....short story: the best thing that ever happen to me
yes, i did have fun...the way i design it....it looks bad to some....i get the feedback....and i am really responsible!
i am responsible for all what happened to me...bad and good...(despite i do not buy dualism) for intended unintended...all types of cross roads....comments....touch, and deep touches....whispers...and blinks of an eye.
i am grateful....to all of you, here, there, ...., and scattered in this planet...to all of you...all the views....all the people i crossed their lives...physically and virtually....
the story looks easy...to digest...for me and you out there?
my great stimulus...in life........... is
be a musician......
a wizard...a lizard....a karate kid ninja without 'blood shed'
i grow up....in a place....
where 'blood shed' is a horrible thing.....
when i moved over to Chambana, ((where i am right now..))
i thought, wow this is a cool farm place....flatness for ever...
fun for ever.....dreams for ever.....i am a new prince in ''Never ending prairies and flat lands''...
a place where you never worry about....
i saw the 'bloodshed' in color, in words, in anger, in the F words, in games and fights, videos, movies and news from poor neighborhoods warfare to energy-corpo-wars, from spam, spywares to trojan horses, from google to facebook.
REMARK: is it common, that humanity is all about being toxic, negative, and low self-esteem, is about pray and predator, who is hunter and who is being hunted down?
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