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Grief In at The Door.

March 5, 2013
By AsianAl SILVER, Sacramento, California
AsianAl SILVER, Sacramento, California
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Favorite Quote:
You are who you are, and that makes you original. Keep being yourself and never change. And even if you do, then I'm sure that the new you is better than the first.

Greif, a very peculiar thing; yet we're so helpless in the face of it.

It's like a door that will simply open of its own accord.

As wind blows in, the room grows cold. We can do nothing but shiver with the environment as one.

But somehow it decides to move once more. Little by little, and a little less more; and one day we wonder...what has become of it. Ourselves.

"Maybe this isn't the door I'm looking for. I think I might be in the wrong room. Yet I don't think that grief blew in the room. Because when I entered, no aura was sensed. It was hollow before."

The author's comments:
"Do you ever get the feeling of depression? Will your not the only one. Trust me, everybody goes through it. In fact, 7 billion people on earth do."

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jj77 said...
on Jun. 28 2013 at 12:40 pm
Grief as a room in a house--interesting.