So, let's not always be poetic. I started this blog in first place, to be writing. And writing contains all kinds of BLA. Since I have discovered that my Bipolar and how I handle that condition, can be of interest or even help to other individuals, I'd like to head into that direction. Because I … Continue reading Welcome the Bipolar
(Ari Berk, Death Watch) Then suddenly out of nowhere someone appears and says: "I read your bio and you are beautiful..." That's when love comes to your rescue just when you had decided to burn the pages of your own story. Like, being found by this person means you have reached your destination. This is what … Continue reading “Just him”
1. Life is not Jannah, so there is nothing to expect from it. Get along with your struggle - because this is what life is actually meant for. 2. Everyone is struggeling. Some do well with it - some simply don't. 3. Everyone who seems "weird" or "awkward" or makes you somehow else feel "uncomfortable" … Continue reading Things I have learned:
This heart right here will remain beating until words will extinct. Shall love make me bleed a million times. Shall misery keep me small sized. Shall life strike me and beat me. I'm not leaving this world for as long as I write!
The music stopped but they keep on dancing. I can't stand the excess anymore! Please expose the human visages! Ring the bell to end this masquerade! Find your homes again and see who is there. Might be all you find is a mirror but still you nodd and greet, because you keep wearing the stranger … Continue reading Ring the bell
Happiness and sadness may come and go like tides. Still it is not always sadness to leave and happiness to come. Because even they trick us and so after sadness there might be sadness and then sadness again...
When I meet new people, I directly digg for their pain. I don't care about "social features" such as interests, preferences, style of dressing, etc. - I care about what emotionally hurts or rests heavy on them. Their suffering and their worries hold the essence of their "inner-selves" and contain enough information for me - … Continue reading S. Asani