Description: I just finished reading Papillon - a book (& movie - both well worth the time) about a French accused criminal who asserted his innocence but was sentenced to the French Guianas - a hard-labor island prison for life. The tale is of his determination never to give up and of his many cavales (escapes) and recaptures and after 15 years his cavale to Venezuala and his freedom.
Very inspiring and very humbling that we all can find the most mundane things to complain about in our lives but there is always something worse.
Do No Harm
love,peace,joy&smiles to share
Let Freedom Ring -------------------------------------------
Positive, she's right maybe that's whats so different between our rights, yours posses this subtle screeming message of a positive nature, while mine, well; don't. And she's right, most don't have that anymore, and yours always do. I liked this alot. The message, and it was something I felt I could relate too. Maybe it's just me, but it reminded me of Resident Evil, the movie, and kinda the main character(yes, I'm sober). This was nice, I appreciate the pov. Peace, love, and all that good bullshyt
"so as thye will, as it is harm none"
I have to say girl, I agree with you 100% about the complaining in ones everyday life. We are just to blessed to be stressed.
Until one goes through the agony of the man in this write, one doesn't know even know the meaning of misery.
We are so blessed to have our freedom that some doesn't have.
Very good Epiphany!