maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Fundamental of Liar Chapter CLXXV: Life's Purpose


It is not about how to be perfect
But how to be complete
It is not about how to prove your success
But how to develop yourself
It is not about how to reach your goal
But how to show your dream
It is not about how to win the game
But how to enjoy the moment
It is not about how to satisfy your need
But how to be content with what you own
It is not about how to gain wealth
But how to survive in any condition
It is not about how to be immortal
But how to be meaningful
It is not about how to look good
But how to find a right place
It is not about how to be accepted
But how to be understood
It is not about how to keep each other's pride
But how to live as you believe
It is not about how to be right
But how to be honest
It is not about how to control everything
But how to manage your time
It is not about how to have more power
But how to be strong to protect
It is not about how to revenge
But how to make peace with past

Submitted: Sunday, October 06, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013
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