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Philosophy Of Time

It is the seed that carries change for our human bodies to grow, our minds to expand and the development of our being.

Earthly humans are dependent on time to be the carrier of change and would be as naught without it.

Change brings forward discovery, knowledge and enlightenment for one generation to pass on to another.
 
AHO Speaks

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I Wrote This In January Of '07

You try to stand but you can’t. You try to run but you’re too slow. You don’t know who you are and it scares you. You get close but you can’t see. You know it goes and you’re sorry but you can’t live this way. You’ve got to find yourself, you’ve got to turn in your satisfaction. You’ve got to be true to win yourself back. You’ve got to keep focused, you’ve got to get back on track. There are so many people you’ve hurt now. You want to say you’re sorry, but you don’t know how. You don’t want to deal with it. But you know that you are never going to forget. Your family hurts the most and you don’t know what to say. But you know you’ve got to do this quick before they run away. You’ve got to make them see why you did it and why you live so freely. You know you can get rid of the pain, that same pain that is trying, pushing you to go insane. You try to get in, but you get pushed out. Until now you had no idea what they were really talking about. So you’ve got to change, you’ve got to change right now. You’ve got to change before the little time left, runs out.
 
Desiree Whitamore

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Our Changing Earth

This is more of a poem in story format. Enjoy.

And now I only see color-no more black and white for me. I used to view EVERYTHING in black and white-now everything is vibrantly colored. Not just red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet-but colors and shades and hues unknown to man. I see colors impossible to describe. Can no one see the simplicity to my complexity? The complexity to my simplicity? Apparently not. I try to explain, and people laugh and scoff and look at me like I'm crazy. Is there noh elp for today's society? Everyone's so simple minded. NO one is open to change. Why can't people accept the fact that the world is changing, and we need to change with it? There's more to life than just what is seen with the everyday eye!
 
Airohng Liebe

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Forever

That day is forever etched into my mind. Every feeling I had then, I feel it today as real as I did then. It's like it happened not just once, but keeps happening over and over in my mind just as it did that day. I try, my god I try, to erase it ever so slightly, so I won't have to feel it over and over but no matter how much I try, I can't even ease the pain. When I had to let go that day, I let go of myself as well. I can't go back to normal. It changed me, forever. It kills me inside when I think of having to live with this horrible weight forever bearing down on me. I can't recover. Everyone expects me to, they expect I can just move on, not look back, as if it never happened. Well, it did, and it changed me. I can't change that. No one can bring me back to who I was. Ever.
 
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