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Offline AthosTopic starter

To anyone who knows
« on: December 16, 2011, 08:37:44 PM »
To anyone who knows what it means,
To live second to second,
To count life by heartbeats.

To anyone whose ever been on the edge,
Looking down into the swirling darkness,
Not knowing if youíll ever find your way back.

We may have never met.
We might never meet.
But I know you.

Iíve been there before.
Lost and lonely,
Where itís too dark to see.

But I can honestly say,
Itís worth continuing to fight
With everything youíve got.

Things get better,
Itís only a matter of time.

The pain will fade,
Youíll feel the sun on your face again
Laughter and love will return.

And youíll be glad that youíre there to feel them.
I know I always am.

Offline MasterMischief

Re: To anyone who knows
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2012, 01:54:23 PM »
Manure

When you water your plants, you sometimes have to feed them. Manure is an excellent way to feed plants.
Isn't that funny? Something that is so repellent when stuck to your shoe is so important to sustaining life.

In the fields, everything is saved. Night soil helps things grow. We grow vegetables, eat vegetables, excrete vegetables, and give the waste back to the soil so that vegetables can grow again. Truly, it is said : Everything is only borrowed.

The same is true of the misfortune, failures, and disappointments of life. If we understand the importance of manure, we understand that nothing is truly wasted. Everything can be useful if correctly applied. Therefore, even the bad things in life may become fertilizer that will help us grow and become strong.

Offline AthosTopic starter

Re: To anyone who knows
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2012, 06:08:07 PM »
I like that a lot, thanks for sharing.