MOHAMMAD SKATI


YOU CAN TAKE THE HORSE INTO THE WATER, BUT YOU CAN'T MAKE HIM A DECISION ABOUT DRINKING WATER


Our current world needs to be fixed And needs to informed to be wise enough When it comes to have a pretty decision, Not everyone has the pretty will that can Make him take a pretty decision in one's life, Lack of will and lack of strong personality In addition to hesitation might lead to bad Consequences in one's pretty life and after, A good decision needs a pretty mind and A strong determination to make a good thing, Either lack of things or lack of strong Personality might lead greatly to bad things, We're living in an age that lacks everything That is pretty and lovely including determination, Henceforth any decision-making needs all Pretty elements that shape our pretty life.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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