posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 11:36 AM
How many of you honestly want the world to have a hard life? What's your reason for to that?
How many of you honestly want the world to have an easy life? Do your actions reflect that?
All the rules and regulations put into just about every aspect of life are as pressures that breed 'wouldn't-be' criminals otherwise and make it
hard for the next generation to live well. Rules and regulations only cause exessive stress on the mind by causing a lot of things to have to be
juggled in the modern way of having to living.
Just because you had a hard life shouldn't mean the next guy should have to aswell.
The ppl who love to see another person have to struggle know damn well they themself never wanted to struggle, but since they may have they want
others to struggle also. That's as taking your shortcomings and hardships out on the world, isnt it? That's very wretched of anyone to be actually
It's a shame that anyone who offers to make the world easy with a superb idea gets shut down by like 9 to 1 reviews. What the hell is wrong with many
ppl? What happened to "I will have mercy, not sacrific"? Ppl sacrific ppl all day up to the goddess of stress, heartbreak, hardship, and crisis.
Ppl need to cut way back on causing stress, heartbreak, hardship, and crisis. You wonder who in all fears everyone owning a gun? It's the ppl who
make life hard. O how they put themselves in fear to have to look over their shoulders for ppl who will bypass the hard locks of the system they
created for them.
If you like to see who you dont even know to suffer for anything by your direct or indirect hands, then you are the problem that needs to be dealt
with, as in, taken out the way.
Hell, why dont all the ppl who want life hard for the next guy more to one part of the globe to leave us who want things easy-going alone. We dont
need the problems you push us into as if you get some type of twisted pleasure from it.
You have got to be to root of wicked if you want to make life a living hell in any way, shape, or form.