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Here I go again on this self defeating phase. I just lost 3k, been drinking everyday, and playing mindless video games on hours on end. Why am I doing this when I'm about to get a promotion? Damn I guess that shit really affected me. I can't stand being home when all these thoughts of you comes flooding in. It is always the same memory of the last night. When you asked me, "why did you never ask me to be your girlfriend?" I sat there and said I don't know. But I did know. Because I'm scared of giving my all again... I'm fucked up I know. The feeling of being completely vulnerable again... worries me. It deters me from what I really want. Plus the last two times I asked that question, I go the most stupidest answers. Its never a fucking no nor a fucking yes. It is time to stop being stubborn... What I'm doing is wrong. I'll take my peers advice of stop being too nice. Don't put them on this pedestal. Treat them like shit sometimes, like whatever they're doing is... (more)

The Common Ills
Dempsey's remarks on combat in Iraq continue to garner attention
Dempsey's remarks on combat in Iraq continue to garner attention Yesterday, Gen Martin Dempsey, Chair of the Joint-Chiefs of Staff, and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee. Dempsey appeared to be chomping at the bit to have US forces in Iraq officially in combat and gave not one scenario under which this could happen but multiple ones. Mark Landler and Jeremy W. Peters (New York Times) note: The general’s statement lays bare the challenge the president will face in selling an expanded military campaign to a war-weary American public. Mr. Obama, seeking to allay fears of another Iraq war, has promised that American ground troops will not be involved in fighting the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL. In a sign of the administration’s mixed message, the president pointedly did not call it a war, while his advisers later did. But the realities of a prolonged campaign,... (more)

Hello World
I have not been here in what seems like forever. I miss blogging. The only writing I get to do now is legal writing. Not stories, not musings about jagged-love, not ramblings over pop culture. Shit. I wasted so much time. I should have not stopped. I miss writing. I miss that part of my life.

n years,
to new earth

2012-2018: 7 TRIBULATION YEARS, TRANSITION TO NEW EARTH Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra Brotherhood of Light 22 October 2012 Magandang araw sa inyo! Good day to you all! Most if not all of you Ascension enthusiasts know all about the 7 Years of Tribulation as revealed by John the Beloved (see Book of Revelation). Ra, teacher & messenger, forthcoming Guardian, will amplify the subject with a clarificatory note. The evolutionary leap from Old Earth to New Earth is no quick-fix overnight event. There is always a transition period whenever an entity or being is born. This we know from our experience in doing organizational change, or in building a new institution, where there are always the birth pangs to the new entity. Such is the history of the coming New Earth. The transition period, which is shared by Masters from East to West, expectedly follows the Septenary Law patterns (Law of 7), thus enabling us all an easy... (more)

Daily Devotion
Christ Working In You
“Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law.” - Psalm 119:18. Date: Saturday, September 13, 2014 Today's Chapters: Ezekiel 43-45 Message Title: Christ Working In You Hello My Friend, If you are saved and born again, rejoice, because God is always with you, do not fear, just let all the burdens, guilt, or shame go and give it all to Him. Once you receive the Lord, Jesus Christ as your Saviour, never stop allowing Him to work in you, He is the key to all the blessings in our lives, even in the struggles. The more we allow Him to work in us, the easier we will be able to handle future struggles as well as be able to help others through theirs. We have an amazing Christ in us to strengthen us, guide us, and protect us, so, let Him do His work in us. “But the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after that ye have suffered a while, make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you. To him be glory and dominion... (more)

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