I don’t care how many views will this get


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Prereading: Sorry if this blog’s title appears to be rude. I just want to share what I feel but I feel like there is no one to talk to. So, I have tried to write this up and pretend that someone will care to listen like blogospehere. I feel so alone. And I hate to admit it. I did not edit this blog, so I hope after clicking publish, I won’t be regretful.


It is hard trying to do the things that I loved to do but now hated. It is hard imagining the sunsets Continue reading

Why I Stopped Praying


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Dear God,

You may have noticed this, but I don’t pray much about it and its essence on me. I never prayed for it because I’m afraid. I am afraid that if You, my Lord, warrant me to have it, I’ll stumble and just cry. I am afraid that I might not Continue reading

Sharing You a Quotation


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How’s your day going? Do you have a minute or so? I just want to share this:

“You can’t fall back in love with someone. Because you can’t love the same person twice. Because they’re not the same person. They were changed by the first time you loved them. And they were changed by the first time you left them too. So when you lean in close and whisper that you’re falling in love with me again, after all this time, make sure you’re in love with me, and not the memories.”
– Danielle via Scribblingsanddust

I saw this on the Facebook page of berlin-artparasites . This is so powerful and true.

I’d love to hear your thoughts about this. Have a good day! 🙂

-Soul in Surreal

Sore Soul


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PRECAUTION: The following poetry is unedited. If you wish to continue, prepare yourself. For what? That, I am not sure. If you do not wish to continue, no one is forcing you, trust me. That ends the precaution or caution (I do not even know the difference between those two). Now, should I say thank you because you read the precaution, at least? If yes, let me know. Continue reading

Meet and Greet Weekend @ DBDO: 1/15/16

It’s link party once more!

Dream Big, Dream Often


It’s the Meet and Greet weekend at Dream Big!!  I hope everyone’s January is off to a great start!

Ok so here are the rules:

  1. Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post.
  2. Reblog this post.  It helps you, it helps me, it helps everyone!  So don’t be selfish, hit the reblog button.
  3. Edit your reblog post and add tags.
  4. Feel free to leave your link multiple times!  It is okay to update your link for more exposure every day if you want.  It is up to you!
  5. Share this post on social media.  Many of my non-blogger friends love that I put the Meet n Greet on Facebook and Twitter because they find new blogs to follow.

Now that all the rules have been clearly explained get out there and Meet n Greet your butts off!

See ya on Monday!!

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A Story Once Told (Chapter 1)


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I know, I know, I have lived a life even before you came, but you added color to it. My life was bright, vibrant, and happy. I felt so alive with you. I was myself- real and raw. Then you left for reasons I still do not understand. Have I given you darkness instead of brilliance? Have I caused you sadness instead of joy? Have I brought you to hell instead of paradise? I love you Tala that I’d be willing to trade my life for yours. I love you just like how the stars stay close to the moon. I love you just like how mountains kiss beautiful clouds.  I love you and forever I will.

A Story Once Told

” Do you like doing this? I mean, you can do other things right? Are you here because you love this or are you here because you need to survive, like you know getting more money Continue reading

10 Things in Life Kids Have Asked and Said


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I grew up playing and sometimes brawling with kids. I wish someone can tell me what I asked and said when I was too young to comprehend the intricacies of life. I have met different kinds of people across religion, race, culture, and belief. But, meeting kids of various interests, ages, dreams, goals, and the like is my most favorite, because it is when you are conversing with kids that you realize the colors of life. It is the time when you are slapped by the questions and statements that have long been haunting you unconsciously. That is the time that you try to ask the questions that have long been buried,forgotten, and ignored. I listed some of the questions and statements that I heard from kids that I’ve met. Here it goes: Continue reading