I'm on a great exile, embarking on this uncertain journey for nomads. Normally people who jive in here are either adventurous enough to take the lead, or somewhat someone who is brave enough to fight for whatever adversities bound ahead. This exile has been existing for 4 years now, to disembark is a hard choice, let say this is a lifestyle, it's a way of life to be tackle everyday.

As this journey has been taking its way to the zenith, we don't  know when exactly is the end or what place would we docked on.  It was clarified to us that we cannot back out, we can't stepped back. Everything is at hand. There is no room for quitting.

An exile of a lifetime. Imagining what lies ahead is a bit scary and somehow traumatic in the mind. What lies ahead could be a remorseful tidbits of fear and doubt, could be a blame as well. For others this exile is far more exciting than terrifying. At its peak, you get to experience the logic of life, the meaning of pain, the importance of mourning, the greatness of struggles as these circumstances and their given lessons to learned could somehow change or make you a better person. Sadly, there are only few who have understood it. The way it affects our daily lives. Logically speaking, most people would rather stay the same, stay to what has been existing for years now, believing that it is an act of nature. As is.

 The willingness to go out of the box, provoking your inner  self to take such a journey of change. That no matter how huge your fear of being beaten by trials, your ruefully forlorn thoughts will somehow redeveloped you into a great man, with a great mindset. 

I am on this exile, embarking. This has been my life for many years now. The responsibilities are flooding up, but the fear and doubts have fallen down. Sometimes I shed tears, just 2 nights ago I did. But it everything is fine. Sometimes I have to adhere, think that I am just a human being, normal to shed tears, to be empty but as long as it does not change the way I am and the way I see the world. 

Embark and live a life that is worthy of the picking.

The Exile

Posted on

10/29/2012

8 Comments
  1. padayon sa gibati tim! :D

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    1. Kuya Dan- thanks kaayo! hehe

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  2. " it does not change the way I am and the way I see the world."

    - very well said

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    1. Yes, thanks Russell for being a great friend of mine. I will post something for us. woot woot woot!

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    2. you better say good things about me ah. haha!

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    Randy
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    1. Hi Randy, thanks for the comment. Sure will be glad to link you in..

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