Ain’t No Angel

•Spend all your time waiting
For that second chance
For a break that would make it okay
There’s always some reason
To feel not good enough
And it’s hard at the end of the day•

Life. There’s so much uncertain emotional state in this jungle where we breathe and make our living. We can once be thrown to the highest emotional level, but allowed to fall to the lowest bottom of the ground not long afterwards. Who can secure eternal happiness or steady good mood all life long when we are still mortal beings?

Even when we try to spend our lives as carefully as possible that we’re deemed to almost never violate the ground rule of loving others, can it guarantee that life eventually would always be bed of roses? Honestly, we ain’t angels. All pain, sadness, disappointments and other long list of negative emotions would surely still be on our plates in spending the terms in this world. Human beings will never be good enough to be totally absent from those sad and painful chapters in their lives. We know too well the history of our first ancestors who have traded their purity and graciousness with their curiosity, stubbornness and eagerness to excel as if the Holy Creator through the poisonous false promises from that ugly cunning slippery mouth of the snake!

If that rule of creation is well-digested and accepted, who are there to blame? Most would direct their fingers to that ‘silly’ greedy pair of man and his woman for letting themselves being tricked by that ugly fraudster. Others may even throw fit to the Creator of Life to have allowed such incident to take place, He the Almighty would absolutely hold the power to take action long before mischiefs took place. When insanity overcrowding the veins of my blood, I also tend to put the burden to human’s fate! Such a severe bad luck from that wrong choice by our ancestors eventually prescribed the long rough never ending unhappiness in the future to all mankind afterwards, including to us at the moment and in the future.

No good deeds a human being carries out wholeheartedly in living the life are considered good enough or eligible to free that person from even a single pain or sadness due to the original sin. It seems that almost all label of religions take this proposition as a primary truth. Even Karl Marx’s popular citation which says that: “it (religion) is the opium of the people”, before extended it further to refer “religion as the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions” fails to undermine the strong value of that primary truth.

Needless to say, the ending phrase would be: we ain’t angels, we are never good enough to be pure and sinless! That second chance is no way a guarantee either. We are however should feel grateful enough to be given an opportunity to record a shorter list of negative traits in our books of life, to be used at our final examinations when comes the time for each of us!

Despite the above contemplative paragraphs, accumulation of mellow feelings and sadness at heart is not promptly cleared and neutralized. No woman no cries, as tears only stop when life journey has arrived at the next level, when the heartbeat halts at the end of the long painful trip. Clearly understand that despite am not an immortal, there’s still a ray of hope for a 2nd chance, a hope that one day there’d be some comfort found in the arms of an Angel💗

Published by luckythirteen🌷sweetkitty

Real no play2 and chatty too, but only to selected one/s I am afraid. Brainy as if a high speed train but with beautiful pretty choo-choo rhyme as it’s absolutely more than a lump of cortexes. Beauty at its finest version. Also a Behavior as an alpha but in soft & mild version, like a piece of pinkish tempting cotton candy. In short, U won’t regret to explore deep passionate mind journeys together with the author🌷

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