Friday, October 26, 2012

Introduction to a few pages I wrote about life.

Some people want to die because they don't know how to live their life, other people want to keep their life because they've learned the true value of being alive. Pain can be a lesson that makes you see the importance what's worth living, happiness is an experience that can last while you're breathing. I don't know how true it is, but I had those thoughts when I was still a suicidal child caught in a prison of isolation born of my experience and mind. Then came college I learned to befriend other people and realized life doesn't have to be so lonely after all. Despite all the pain this world can possibly place on your shoulders it's not that impossible to carry when you have other people helping you through...


  1. I believe that's very true, Ajchtar. I wish more young people could see it so clearly. It helps a lot if you can enjoy your own company, too. What makes people dislike themselves? I'm never really "lonely," though I enjoy being with other people, too. I know people who truly cannot STAND to be alone with themselves, though, and it saddens me.

  2. P.S. I just realized your blog list is pointing to a very old URL for my blog - take the "s" off the end of news, and you'll see I haven't stopped blogging these last two years. :)