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    I haven't lived a good life. I've been bad, worse than you could know.

    A day ago by MasterRat  ID#:611177
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    I wish there was some way for us to go back and undo the past but there wasn't, there was nothing we could do. So I just stayed silent, trying to telepathically communicate how sorry I was about everything that has happened. And I thought of all the grief and sadness and f***ed up suffering in the world and it made me want to escape. I wish with all my heart that we could just leave this world behind, rise like two angels in the night and magically disappear.

    A day ago by MasterRat  ID#:611176
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    Walk by peace, by having clear conscience
    or be haunted with unbearable guilt.
    you can cheat me, or anyone else-
    but you can't cheat yourself with the truth

    A few days ago by brad_361  ID#:610596
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    "It is never easy to tell the truth, yet in just one minute, out comes a hundred lies!"

    Posted by Ruth Asuncion  ID#:609681
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    Some things we do we forget, other things we do, others wish they could forget

    Posted by Tracesder  ID#:609579
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    Why does someone so perfect feel so insecure?
    As to scar her skin with cuts and burns and still want to hurt more.
    How does someone so loving learn to hate her own guts?
    Drawing a picture on her arm with a blade as if her mind isn't dark enough.

    Posted by trulyliving  ID#:608773
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    At times sorry in our lives does no good but destroy live..

    Once their was a little boy living with a priest .The priest loved him dearly that whenever he did a mistake and the boy said sorry he would go un punished.The priest would always forgive him.

    One day both the priest and the boy went to the temple to do his priest hood.He light some candles and warned the boy not to play with them.As he got drawned by what he was doing the little boy disobeyed.Unfortunetly,one candle fel down and caught a curtain.He didn't notice and left to play little did he know that the temple would soon turn into a furnace of fire.The priest noticed it when it was too late and so he died too in the fire ,it was too late when the villagers came to put it off.The little boy couldn't help it but cry.He said he was sorry but sorry wouldn't bring back the priest..he was given a severe punishment ..He learnt it the hard way losing a priest in the name of sorry...What would it do for him?...In everything that we do in life we have to be so cautious and not waiting for us to learn it the hard way and also call a spade a spade and not a spoon.. if only the priest punished and forgave the boy then that wouldn't happen..the little boy disobeyed because he knew he would always say sorry and be forgiven...

    Posted by shannel nish  ID#:607976
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    A Favorite of 4 users

    Every morning I wish for better days but I don't why my fate always goes beyond my expectation.TRying to be special for someone but always becomes cheap

    Posted by NEPATHYA Grg  ID#:607354
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    Whenever there is a war between your mind and heart..choose your heart...aa they say always listen to your heart orelse you might just end up regretting!!

    Posted by pricesspooh  ID#:607222
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    It's easier to blame others for our misfortunes than it is to blame ourselves. To blame ourselves is to take responsibility in the role we played, which means admitting that we might have been wrong; and that's too much like right.

    Posted by WillieDLIVE  ID#:606389
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