I decided to go to the college library and try and study a few pages of Pathology, as i was about to enter the library, my eyes caught this notice which was about 4 pages, giving a detailed extremist view about Valantines Day and how it is a kufr ritual and not only should we refrain from "celebrating this holiday" but we should force others not to take any part in it. Where do these fundos get this shit from? How can anyone force these thoughts? Valentines Day is a day of love and bonding, it goes without saying that in todays world where every where we look we see bloodshed and limbs, days like these are important to keep some form of sanity in our lives. Valantines Day in most peoples mind holds no religious significance; if it helps bring people closer and love each other. As for me, the time has come to make some decisions because she wont always love me 'no matter what' :)
Life is a great leveller itself, i wonder if there really is need for "hell"? What goes around, comes around. I can not say Ive had an easy life, Ive had to struggle to get to where I am. The idea is that struggling strengthens you in this life. I got my professional exams result today; and i passed, so its obvious i am happy with the way things have gone. 2006 has been good to me, and Ive done well to get to where I am. But its only a matter of time before a reality check hits again and i have to prepare myself. But remember one thing; in the contest between the rocks and water, water wins not by strength but by perserverence.
Sometimes I wonder why we are here? Why we are...the way we are? Who made all this and why? So many questions unanswered, a tiny world with so many different beliefs, so many different theories. In my opinion, we are here because we have a purpose, it is the purpose that binds us, that drives us to what we want, that makes us struggle and acheive greater heights.
Sorry if you found this blog a bit boring; Im not in a funny mood today :) but I promise to bring it to you next time. Good bye for now & Happy Valantines Day!