Tuesday, June 22, 2010

The Love of this life and The Hatred of the death.

The Love of this life:
1. Love it while u have it. Its our family. Give them the first priority and cares them like how they take a really good care of u starting when u didn't even born. Dun expect sumting in return.

2. Love ur life n enjoy it while u can. No matter how hard or how pathetic our life is, we must appreciate all that been given by HIM. Coz this is belong to our self. We deserve for wut, how,who n where we are. For me life is not just living. But life is Surviving. If we said that we really is poor and our life is damn sucks...please think again.. sum1's life is much2 more worst than wut we had.

3.Love is always related to relationship.. hahahaa... n lot of u guys out there sick of it..
For me i learn sumtink.. u cant be tooooo loyal n tooo nice in relationship because when the relationship is down so then u will be hurt like hell. u cant be toooo flirty unless u know how to manage it coz once u've caught red handed u'll die.. hahahaa.. the last one..... for me.. give and take.... honest to each other is the best way....
for singles out there.. enjoy our life.. dun chase it.. play cool n wait for it.. (=

The Hatred of the death:

1. Fuck abortion. It is like destroying or killing ur own self. Think Thousand time before doing it.

2. Not all human are mentally fit n strong.
Wut i mean is.. sum1 of us cant stand n cant manage their own stress, emotion n anything that can make their mental down.. once they are mentally down they will surely think sumtink stupid like committing suicide. I've read an article bout a Photographer commit suicide after he win a award... it is a very sad story.. can u stand it if u r the photographer? wanna know y? read this article:

March 2, 2006

Farai Chideya talks to Dan Krauss, the director of The Death of Kevin Carter, an Oscar-nominated documentary about the life, work and suicide of a Pulitzer-prize winning South African photojournalist.

Carter's winning photo shows a heart-breaking scene of a starving child collapsed on the ground, struggling to get to a food center during a famine in the Sudan in 1993. In the background, a vulture stalks the emaciated child.

Carter was part of a group of four fearless photojournalists known as the "Bang Bang Club" who traveled throughout South Africa capturing the atrocities committed during apartheid.

Haunted by the horrific images from Sudan, Carter committed suicide in 1994 soon after receiving the award.

here the photo:

The End of my Mind Candy Today..


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