A Friday’s beauty
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Wishing you a positive Friday and a rejuvenating weekend.
Waiting for tomorrow for happiness and peace, for some miracle something to come save us is, perhaps, the greatest danger we could ever surrender to.
“The best cure for the body is a quiet mind”. – Napoleon Bonaparte
I sometimes believe that I don’t have the time or the option to relax. If you’re like me, and you go to a school where competition is so high you just can’t get enough rest, you’ll understand what I mean. Or if you’re in a situation where your life is in disarray, things aren’t going as planned, and your stress levels are at all-time highs, you’ll be able to relate. Every day, I stay up till past midnight, sometimes even till 5 to get my homework done. Even if I don’t procrastinate, it still happens because that is the environment I live in. I can’t do anything about it except continue losing sleep in order to get grades which in the end don’t even make me happy, because I feel depressed and stressed out inside.
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Upon a mountain
Longing to soar like eagles
I regularly engage with a Twitter account titled “Baffled“. They post a near-daily Haiku Challenge. Today’s was “any haiku you want as long as it includes ‘mountain'”. Here’s my addition. With a side of snark.
— Carl Setzer (@questionsall) April 25, 2016