Wednesday, April 20, 2011

imagine selling out to someone who sat you on the moon

You can't sell your soul really. I guess what I think you can do is give away the gifts your soul gives you. You're soul is like you're kite, sailing, floating, exploring, giving way to the wind in the atmosphere, our sky. Ok, a typical human soul should be capable of being able to navigate itself to the ends of our universe and back. Well that's the way we were built. But we've devolved since the start. two thousand years ago God told our Sun to come down and tell humanity not to look further then the closest fiery ball of radiation in space, and worship. This identity landed here to sell us those great indulgences, false prophecies for prophet. God lied! he doesn't want anyone who believes idiocy in heaven. The soul used to have more to work with on the ground. There is lots of people, believers who can see the end, and reflected back to their heart honestly, all the way from the ends of the universe, the ends of time, the the frigidness of space. The death of oneself should hit him from a lot further, then the hot ball of fire a few million unites of measurement away. Now there are those people out there who can see it all and don't know it, delusional, it's actually just something in the way of the light being sent to their heart from our soul. That thing in the way, is up to you to understand. Your kite, your sail is your responsibility, and there is no real strings to guide it with. If you translate the information badly, you're a waste, and it's easy, selling yourself to somebody, but when you do, they own you.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

the person who wrote this should die!

Jim Morison said...

yes I agree this is an awful piece, the author should kill himself promptly!!! visit the END hahahaha

bumatom said...

it ended badly, but really!! I should kill myself?

Jim Morison said...

yes.

Subhanjan said...

Very aptly said. And one ends up selling oneself only when one has not understood one's own heart and soul. And understanding oneself, my friend, is perhaps the most difficult challenge that one has to face. Man is a friend and a foe of his own dreams.

Anonymous said...

The biggest tragedy is when someone with talent, real talent, sells out when he doesn't have to.

but we all make mistakes, (especially when we're young) and God forgives us, as long as we try to make it right.

=:)