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Author: Perpetualdreamz
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Life is difficult. We all know that. But the type of difficulty depends on the person. It can be the kind of difficulty that can linger on a person for awhile, affecting everything they do. Not saying that difficulties never affect anyone, but the way it does is different. The choices the person makes…to be optimistic or pessimistic can identify the person and how they handle things. Sometimes things may seem impossible…or possible but not easy to surpass and it may reach to the limits. Either way, it goes down to one thing; how it makes you stronger. It can be the kind of strength where anything is possible, nothing can go by you. It can be the kind of strength where everything is a lesson and it’s the equation to a better person.

Submitted on 2006-06-04 20:21:09     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Your reflection on life and the obstacles that come with it are quite deep. Let me congratulate you, you also manage to get your thought through very nicely. Unfortunately at this moment I am not able to be optimistic, I am only able to be me, a sadist, you may call me at the moment. I have chosen a wrong turn and am now facing the consequences. At every turn that I take I face obstacles that are destroying me. I fear that the wall I am forced to overcome is to high to climb. I am stuck in quicksand and though I don't struggle to get out pretty soon, by seconds or minutes it will engulf me completely.

But enough about me, your poem is exceptional. Keep up the good work. Hopefully I can reach the obstacle that will help me become a better person.
| Posted on 2006-06-11 00:00:00 | by Katrinagolden | [ Reply to This ]
  Your thought here are very true. If a person who meets walls barring there way always gave up, they would never succeed at anything or learn of themselves and what they are capable of. Also I liked the thought you had on being optimistic, I feel it really helps if you feel positive about a situation as your heading into it. Not to sound like a spaz but it maybe kinda rubs off that positive energy on the problem at hand and makes the going easier. Anyway that is my take on your thoughts.
Take care,
| Posted on 2006-06-04 00:00:00 | by Fey | [ Reply to This ]

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