Rashid Iskandar

Rookie (06/07/1988 / Kuala Lumpur)


I am so confused,
Confused.. with my life… my studies.. my surroundings,
Its all seems to be so confusing,
Living in this world,
With all these confusing things,
Lots of people are fake,
Lots of people are evil,
Lots of people are cocky,
It’s all happen because they are confused of themselves,
So confused… confused.. and continues confused….
For that reason.. we need to learn of our surroundings,
Our life and our family including about our friends,
Last but not less also about our enemy,
Then we will not be confused anymore,
Because when you have masters all of that,
You can control of your life,
God help those who help themselves,
So prevent yourself from these confusing matters,
Confused, Confusing, Confusion, Confession…
Conclusion are confused is craziness.

Submitted: Saturday, October 16, 2010

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