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A letter to All

Author: Malcolm Bishop
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A letter to All

Our lives...filled with subtle discomforts, traumatic, mind altering experiences. How lucky are you? How do you live? Are you loved? Do you love another?
Are your surroundings, elegant? Dripping with the fine and sought after? Or are they dismal? Wrapped in the filth of despair and physical discomfort?

Those who find themselves encased in the trappings of love and comfort...rejoice. You may never know the other side of the coin. But I encourage you to do so. the Titanic, the lowly in the lower decks of third class, and the highly regarded in the upper decks of first class.

It is important to know all facets of life to really

I am drunk. I will sign off now.

Submitted on 2005-05-25 01:21:46     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Nicely done.

Be it that we understand ourself before trying to understand life and then we will find life much more rewarding.

Yes, understanding life as a whole is very important. Understanding choices made and accepting the bad ones as your own is also important.

I have to say I have read allot of your pieces this morning and I find them refreshing.

Yes, I don't sleep. HEHE

Take care and enjoy life.

Respect and Admiration

| Posted on 2005-11-12 00:00:00 | by Wisdom Seeker | [ Reply to This ]
  drunk or not bro you stated the truth here...i used to get wasted and times. but yeah, all my life i've been on that lower third deck, i've kept what i've had and have loved, do love, and am loved by others, and that, i believe, is why this life has been worthwhile. are you close to coming out here man, or are you already?
| Posted on 2005-07-25 00:00:00 | by austin | [ Reply to This ]
  "You may never know the other side of the coin. But I encourage you to do so." This is brilliant often times people live their lives with blinders on. The only see what encounters them but can’t see anyone else’s pain or rejoice. They wont learn until they are taught.
| Posted on 2005-05-29 00:00:00 | by Rich | [ Reply to This ]

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