Nuru Regardless Nyaku


Life, Love, Understanding


For all the wrong turns we have made while consuming oxygen, we need more than life to make it right, we need love; lots of it.
For all the love we have turned bitter, the hearts that we broke and the ones that broke us, we need more than love to make it right, we need understanding.
But I would say good luck to anyone who tries to separate these three; Life, love and understanding.
Our world today crumbles because we do not understand each other enough to love, so why should we care if the other person lives a full life or dies two seconds to fulfilling his dream?
To whosoever is reading this, if you cannot read it have someone read it to you; UNDERSTAND that I would LOVE you even in death but it would be much easier for me to show you when you are ALIVE and as long as you live, LIFE would be made easier if rather strapping bombs, wielding knives or shooting guns, we whisper into each other's ears; LIFE, LOVE, UNDERSTANDING...regardless...

Submitted: Thursday, May 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, May 16, 2013
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