Emranor Reja

Rookie - 39 Points (01 07 1990 / Bazarchartall)


Exam is an structure and every structure based on power, power practice. And so seen power practice builds a den of classification, earthly gloom.
As a result of classification a new devastated burn of thought has been come in our locality, then we have to face Adam and devil complex, Adam - devil hardship.
Exam deserves quality at first, quality is the atomic something to make a huge difference between man and man.
So why? quality is preferably urged! we need preferable life leading by born is the burning cause.
Exam is the infinite choice at all. And only for that man's lives are buried in the infinite earth but not in the eternal appeal.
It is harrowed sorrows that the factor exam fingers our standard lives out still now and now is valuable demand to the human being informed. To explore this idea, penumbra of exploitation traditionally going ahead. Day by day and for Human being is the trade mark question.
We are man swimming in the quotation ocean, exam is the lullaby, exam the race that is our owned existence!

Submitted: Monday, August 25, 2014

Topic(s): art

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