Author has written 8 stories for Life, Love, Fantasy, Religion, Family, and Essay.
We represent a generation who wants to turn back a nation, to let love be our light and salvation. We need it, we need more than this. Telling people what I am is much easier than telling them who I am. Who am I? A question that many spend their whole lives trying to answer. Who I am is different for each person you ask. To some, I am an inspiration, or a friend, someone to turn to, and for others I am the low-point of existence, the scum of the earth, someone to loathe. Loathe me. Love me. Admire me. See me. Be my friend. Be my enemy. I will love you regardless because you are a human being and every person on this planet deserves at least that much. When it comes to reading, I enjoy science fiction and fantasy novels. However, when I write things of my own it is usually poetry or essays expressing my feelings, beliefs, and emotions in the only way that I know how: from the bottom of my heart onto a blank page. Telling people how I feel doesn't seem to help me because they don't understand how I see things. I have been told that I'm strange, have the patience of a saint, and that I am the most compassionate person many of my friends have ever met. I don't see things the way most people do. Give me a problem, and I will begin to see things through your eyes. I have nightmares almost every night, am medicated for depression and anxiety, I don't drink, I don't smoke, I love to write, read and draw, I have never been to a concert or rave or to a party, my son is my life. I am 17. But none of this is who I am, it's all what I've done. I'm not the job I work, I'm not the car I drive. You can't define my worth by anything on God's green Earth. Who am I? There is only one word for it: myself.
"Let he who desires peace prepare for war." -??
"Angels show up in the strangest of places." -Skillet
"With every life taken, we're all diminished. That's something too many people don't get. Yeah, we gotta stop violence and killing -- but you're only adding to the problem when the way you solve it is by more of the same." -Joe
"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” -Albert Einstein
"No one has a right to consume happiness without producing it." -Helen Keller.
"Don't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting; but never hit soft." -Theodore Roosevelt