Post here some deep thoughts that you've written sometime in your life...
Violência gera violência.
Um ciclo invisível decorre correndo e passa por nós de repente lentamente e a diferença é que ficamos mais velhos, cansados, doentes e mirrados.
Grandes são os que compreendem o ciclo e se inserem nele da melhor forma, tirando o maior partido possível da sua pequenez.
Grandes são os que se fazem grandes, sem saber que não o são.
Ignorantes seres supremos que pouco pensam na metafísica do mundo. Invejo-os porque são felizes à sua maneira. Eu sou triste de muitas...
Poucas vezes, como hoje, me pus a pensar. Quase sempre não quero, como se não pensar me pusesse igual aos ignorantes felizes. Mas não pensar no importante não é ser feliz, é ser distante. E ser distante em nós é estar afastado do mundo e sofrer.
Quero ser igual, diferente. Quero ser reconhecido pelo pequeno que sou, sem ter que me fingir grande. Mas parece que o ciclo não funciona assim...
Enganos, invejas, mesquinhez, tudo me envolve e eu deixo-me envolver... Será o ciclo? O destino realmente existe?...
Violence breeds violence.
An invisible cicle goes on running and passes by us in a fast yet slowly way and the difference is that we get older, tired, sick and wrinkled.
Big are the ones that understand the cicle and fit in it the best way, taking advantage of their smallness.
Big are the ones that make themselves big, without knowing that they aren't.
Ignorant supreme beings that do little thinking of the world's metaphysic. I envy them because they are happy their own way. I am sad in many...
Few times, like today, I started thinking. Almost always I don't want to, as if by not thinking I could become equal to the happy ignorants. But not thinking in the important is not to be happy, it's to be far away. And to be away in ourselves is to be away from the worls and suffer.
I want to be equal, in a different way. I want to be acknowledged by the small that I am, without having to pretend to be big. But it seems that the cycle does not work that way...
Deceits, envys, shalowness, everything surrounds me and I let myself be surrounded... Is it the cycle? Does destiny really exist?...
I've always believed in fate, but never destiny. Mostly because I believe we have a path laid out for us, and factors pushing us towards it. But if we fight enough, we don't have to follow it. We can break the cycle, stop our destiny...idk, just one person's opinion, I guess
by Origin 8 years ago
Anyone remember these from Saturday Night Live (SNL)? I've always thought they were a type of laid-back funny. If you ever drop your keys into a river of molten lava, let'em go,because, man, they're gone.---------------------------------To me, it's a good idea to always carry two sacks of something...
by moneycop 7 years ago
Do deep and always thinking leads to madness?some people have the habbit of thinking all time and get negative often
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