“The beginning is perhaps more difficult than anything else, but keep heart; it will turn out all right.” ― Vincent Van Gogh
The Mystery Envelope
In the quaint town of Willowbrook, where time seemed to linger among the branches of ancient oaks and the echoes of whispers from centuries past, lived Emily, a seemingly ordinary librarian. Her days were filled with the routine of shelving books and organizing the Dewey Decimal System, blissfully unaware that her life was on the cusp of a mysterious turn. One sunny afternoon, while lost in the labyrinth of dusty tomes, Emily's fingers brushed against an unexpected anomaly – a mysterious envelope tucked between the pages of an age-worn book.
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Back to Square One
"I drink because I don't like Where my mind is at It's dark and I keep looking but I cannot seem to find the spark and The piece of you inside my heart's one I'm not down to part with
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Lie To Me.
Ok. I have only ever recounted this story one other time. Whenever asked about this Era of my life from my family and my friends I always keep the details to myself and just stick to the Who/What/When/Why & Where. With this in mind please understand that I will be changing names, dates, and for the sake of keeping this story to a readable length certain event(s) will be shortened or bulleted. I will do my best to answer any questions that may arise. Thank you for reading about the worst experience of my life.
5 TERRIFYING visions of HELL
The mystery of what comes after death has intrigued scientists, philosophers, and religious individuals, yet remains elusive. The only way to truly understand lies in experiencing death, an event from which one cannot return. Near-death experiences (NDEs) offer stories from those who have had close calls with death. While some describe a bright light and angelic welcome, others recount dark visions of torment and evil, resembling hell. In this exploration, we delve into five unsettling visions of hell from near-death experiences.
I bang my head twice
I.. Bang Once. I.. Bang Twice. I look up... Is he there? No. Okay, sometimes I do it a third time. I.. Bang third.
Is life passing you by?
Talking with a friend of mine recently, he said he felt life was passing him by, and he felt insecure about how things were moving. This raised an important question in my mind, why would he feel that way? why would he think to himself that life was passing him by?
Introduction Ten of my recent Vocal Stories have been Vocal or Non-Vocal Challenge related. I see Challenges as great for prompts and that is it, but I am looking at the current ones and the only one of the five that may get more response from me is the Inverse poem and I already have three pieces in there.
Nobody cares, work harder
The first time I came across this quote was on the channel of Dax, who is a very talented artist to say the least. This statement encapsulates a lot, and there is just so much to unpack from a simple statement like this one. It might seem quite easy to read and understand, but there is just so much hidden behind these few words, and it really takes for you to be at a specific point in life and for you to have gone through some experiences in order to understand the full extent of such a simple statement.
Discovering Tranquility: A Sojourn Through the Enchanted Depths of Nature's Wilderness
Introduction: In the heart of nature's sanctuary, where sunlight filters through the towering trees, and the rustle of leaves creates a symphony of tranquility, walking through deep forests becomes a therapeutic odyssey. Beyond the cacophony of urban life, the lush green canopy beckons, offering solace to those seeking respite from the demands of a bustling world. This article explores the profound experience of wandering through the deep forests, unveiling the unparalleled peace of mind that comes with immersing oneself in the embrace of nature.
Every month I am reminded of who I am. I can portray myself as hard. I will try to tackle every problem that comes my way. I will solve all my issues, and others that depend on me. I can lift up to 80+ pounds. I will be determined as heck to only make 1 trip unloading groceries from my car to inside. I will watch YouTube videos after YouTube videos learning how to change my tire, put air in my tires, and change my oil. I will be the Mom, the Dad, the whoever I need to be to support others and get the job done.