Believe

“Believe that you can run farther or faster. Believe that you’re young enough, old enough, strong enough, and so on to accomplish everything you want to do. Don’t let worn-out beliefs stop you from moving beyond yourself.” – John Bingham

All that we are requires faith. Not just in a religious sense, but also… self-confidence, trust, power, courage, perseverance, ambition. We must believe that we are doing the right thing. We must believe in our actions, in our thoughts, in our feelings, in our destiny.

You are what you believe in. I am what I believe in. We all are the by-products of our beliefs.

This is extremely important. What you believe in is going to determine how your future will look like. Your thoughts will shape your world for you. There is no reality other than the one we interpret ourselves.

That is all.

Believe that you are good enough.

Believe that you can do better.

Believe that you can…

And you WILL.

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Sorry, the item “laughter” does not exist

The Blithering Fool

The Fool would like to make a personal appeal to all readers to check out the #imnotashamed and #sicknotweak campaigns.

Please check it out and help raise awareness for mental illness, to help reduce the stigma against it, so that people can find the help they need.

Now for the actual post…


A 404 request for Not Found error was encountered while trying to use “exciting activities” to create “hearty laughter”.

Further attempts to create “hearty laughter” will result in more “headbanging”, which will damage the system.

Was that unexpected?

Sure, the DailyPost requirement was to what gave me “a real, authentic, tearful, hearty belly laugh” and “why was it so funny”

But… I’m sorry, but i was just unable to do it.

There are people around the world that are unable to feel happy.

They really exist.

And no, they do not belong in the circus, and they are not freak shows.

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“Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage, against the dying of the light.”Dylan Thomas

The say there’s one lesson of importance that life keep trying to teach us: letting go. Accepting whatever happened and moving on. Understanding that it is futile to fight back fate, destiny, or the will of the gods.

That, I’m afraid, is a lesson in humility that I never learned. And I think that I learned a different lesson altogether. That of holding on. Of being brave in the face of adversity, of being bold and persistent. Of forging your own destiny. Continue reading

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*The funds raised will go towards keeping helping me pay my dental treatment.

Thank you,

Cristian

Angel? Demon?

angelsThe truth is that at some deep unconscious level we’re all broken. The sad truth of this world is that we’ve all been broken, lied to, cheated, or left behind. We’ve all lost something and we all miss people we’ve never even met. We all attach a certain melancholic beauty to memories that never even happened.

There’s good and bad in every person you meet. There’s beauty in searching for the good parts, there’s something noble about pretending that their light is all you see.
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The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2015

Leviathan, Bound

Editor: Adam Johnson (introduction)

Type: Fiction, non-fiction, short stories, essays, comics, poetry, memoir

Published: 2015

I read it: January 2016

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While reading these collections, in the table of contents I put a mark next to each entry. Not only does this help me keep track of which ones I’ve read in case I want to skip around (these books are made for jumping to whatever catches your eye) but the marks are a rough guide to which ones I might want to revisit down the road. A dash means I’ve read it, but a star means I’ve read it and would, in an ideal world, reread it at least once more in years to come.

My copy of the 2015 collection is dominated by little mechanical pencil stars.

How do you release a book that’s close to 400 pages but makes the reader feel like they’re flying through…

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