Go Ahead And Ask…


For some of us, we live our lives on a day to day basis. In my opinion, we only have today…so why contemplate on tomorrow? It’s the same as living paycheck to paycheck. To only have the means to get by without the surplus.

How ironic it is to be poor and want the world. When on the other hand, the rich strive for a peaceful existence without interference. I think I speak for the majority in saying that celebrities chose that life, so deal with it.

Life shouldn’t be the steps of a ladder, but a plane with some turbulence. Their are many bumps and bruises, but we keep on flying straight (no pun intended). What better feeling it is to feel needed and appreciated. Better that than always feeling aggressive and tortured.

We only get one hundred years of life, if we’re lucky. Why struggle with life when it’s so short. Some we lose earlier than expected and it’s instances like this, that take a toll on a person to change their ways.

Struggling battles with oneself is the hardest to dwell on because it’s all interior. No outside battles with others, but within ones skin are the most painful and stressful. This is usually when one ponders God and what He can do to relieve the anguish.

This is the time of Lent. What better time to pray for help than right now!

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About luis castillo

An introvert who enjoys reading, writing and journal entry and recently picked up iphoneography along the way. My "Walls of Solitude" is my sanctuary and where most, if not all of my writings scream through my fingertips.
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