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WAR, PEACE, AND COMEDY?

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WAR, PEACE, AND COMEDY?

Just so you know; Comedy is often the sarcastic realization of inescapable tragedy.   Bryant H. McGill

It’s a good thing most of us have some type of silliness in our lives, even in dire circumstances we have to laugh as well as cry.

Considering all the drama; greed, lust, and power, coupled with vanity, it seems as if we are in desperate need of humor to sooth our sanity since we seem to be in a constant state of War.

I agree, War is Hell, but the faithful, including me, still believe The sun will come out tomorrow.  

I know it’s tough to believe we can find humor in war; but often we will repeat a funny story about a fallen soldier, etc… and we live with the reality that Life is a dream for the wise, a game for the fool, a comedy for the rich, a tragedy for the poor.  Sholom Aleichem

It’s not like we don’t know so, we put one foot in front of the other, hope for the best, and move on.  In other words, whatever the problem the world will not stop for us to adjust; so we just laugh a little then cry a bit, but when it all comes to the Art of War, Only the dead has found peace. 

Now, we know not all fights are physical, and not all fights lead to war, and we know some take more than one battle before they can be won, so I pick my battles with great consideration and determination.

The thing is, most times when I declare War, my main enemies are not other people, it’s Time and Patience; Those two powerful words once reigned over me until I had to find a way to win.

There is power in desperation, especially when used properly.

I found peace because I mastered patience, and that’s what allowed joy to enter my life with enough time to find some semblance of order paired with a smile on my face.

FYI: I Believe we have to keep moving because everything is a process and everything has a purpose.  I believe Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose.  Lyndon B. Johnson

I’ve noticed a mental pattern stemming from the strongest when they fight for life in its fullest.  Mahatma Gandhi tells winners how to understand the enemy.  He explains, First, they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.  Mahatma Gandhi

I also believe War, Peace, and Comedy is a mixed bag of what’s next and all three have their purpose.

The purpose of war is peace, and just so you know, Peace is the virtue of civilization. War is its crime.  Victor Hugo

The purpose of comedy is simple, it’s there to make us laugh, and it’s one of those things that bind us together as a family; a great sense of humor.  Did you know humor is one of the mankind greatest blessings?

It takes all three (War, Peace, and Comedy) to make us who we are; well-rounded and born to win, but to be a winner we must plan, prepare, and expect to win.  Even the Bible tells us Know ye not that they which run in a race run all, but one receiveth the prize? So run that ye may obtain.  Corinthians 9:24

Just so you know, War, Peace, and Comedy are saturated in emotions, for me, it’s all about the purpose of life; to feel and see things.  You know, the part where we live, taste and experience life while enjoying all it has to offer to the utmost, even when there is a great disturbance.

It’s Something To Think About!

Jesus is Lord!

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Posted by on March 26, 2019 in Something To Think About

 

COLD HARD FACTS!

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COLD HARD FACTS!

Facts are facts and will not disappear on account of your likes.  Jawaharlal Nehru

Cold Hard Facts: A truth, accomplished fact, certainty, done deal, done deed, fact of life, grim reality, plain old fact, irreversible facts, irreversible truth, reality fact, self-evident fact, and undeniable facts, just to name a few…

Oh, don’t forget the fun facts or the stubborn I don’t believe you, facts?  

As a matter of fact, some of us are factless, leaving little room for any facts but the distorted ones, coupled with the facts that accompany everyday facts; not just our version of what the truth is.

I think when it comes to facts, its best to bone up on them before any decision is made in order to educate oneself.

It’s simple, if we try to distort facts, heard of or not, agreed or disagreed, we will soon discover facts are many, but when it comes to the truth there is only one, and it will strut like a Peacock, ruining your moment if mistreated.

Did you know a person with Big Dreams is more powerful than the one with all the facts?  And did you know knowledge comes but does not always linger?  

The fact is, some lessons just go in one ear and right out the other, especially when dreamers can’t visualize a fact that has presented its self as so.  Self-doubt is a dream killer and a proven fact of too little or no faith when it comes to desired goals.

Facts are facts, and still to this day one of the worst Cold Hearted Fact is Prejudice is a great time saver, you can just sit there and form opinions without having one fact.  Perhaps one of the reasons some don’t need facts because they already know everything. 

The fact is the ones who know everything will find themselves losers and wondering why.  If that’s the case so much for knowing everything.

I am not trying to hurt anyone’s feelings but, Intelligent people tend to talk about the facts, with little or no gossip and are willing and eager to learn something new and of value, while others can’t handle the Facts, and at times the paranoia’s of just having all the facts can prove to be too much.

The fact is, Life is not all about how we see things, it’s also about how we fear things.  Did you know the truth about fear is having the inability to face what is real?  Yep, that’s a fact too?

Most times we have to do some serious fact checking especially when it comes to things that may cause some type of reaction such as crying... I found crying is not a sign of weakness.  The fact is ever since birth it has been a sign of life to a world of pain.

And, just so you know when it comes to some other Cold Hearted Facts, The aim of education is the knowledge, not the facts, but of value?  William S. Burroughs

It’s Something To Think About!

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Posted by on March 4, 2019 in Something To Think About

 
 
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