Sometimes…

Sometimes all you can give is love
Sometimes all you have is not enough

Sometimes life is like a dream
Sometimes dreams aren’t what they seem

Sometimes laughter can heal your heart
Sometimes it’s laughter that breaks it apart

Sometimes the world goes faster than you can go
Sometimes even fast is still too slow

Sometimes going home is the only thing on your mind
Sometimes home is the only place you can’t find

Sometimes you are too tired to sleep
Sometimes you are too sad to weep

Sometimes freedom holds you back
Sometimes a wedding dress is black

Sometimes loneliness is what you need
Sometimes there’s a harvest without a seed

Sometimes darkness can be too bright
Sometimes rain gives you delight

Sometimes you think you understand
Sometimes you know you really can’t

Sometimes what sets you free are restrictions
Sometimes what makes most sense are contradictions

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My hero

 
I was once dreamed of a man I can call my hero
A hero that will save me from the depth of my imagination
But what could be with the
imaginations that lies ahead on me?
 
Is it what lies ahead or what is it in now?
Could I have been so much despair of your love,
or it is about the thunder that strikes me?
 
Strike me with your concern and pure love
Your pure love that capture my heart and my soul
My soul that is wanting for a hero to save me
from the depth of my despair.

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My angels wings

 

I do believe the Lord above
Created you for me to love
He picks you up among the rest
Because He knows I love you best;
 
I have a heart and it is true
But now it’s gone from me to you
So care for it just what I do
For I have none, and you have two;
 
When I go to heaven and you’re not there
I’ll wait for you at the golden stair
And when you’re not there on judgment day
I know you went the other way;
 
So I’ll return my angel’s wing
My golden harp and everything
To prove to you that my heart is true
I’ll go to hell to be with you..

By: tagouy

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The passion of teaching

Teaching students via online is the challenge I’ve been still coping up until now. This was my first job and until now I am still in this kind of field.

Candy and Sister Jane

Amy with sister Jill

How many teenagers are trying to think what they want to be when they grow up?

Not all of us has the desire of teaching people. But I was before an ordinary girl thinking of earning than dreaming of my dreams.. Nowadays it’s really hard to get a job but what more concern to me is that I should choose the right path of my career. I am not so good on talking but I am very fascinated by some teachers talking to a classroom which has a  lot  of students listening to them. It is very hard to someone trying to share their knowledge but some are just taking it for granted.

Being a teacher is really a hard job. I used to talk a lot but what concerns me more is that I should let the students learned even it’s little by little.

When it comes to education we don’t choose who to teach and where to teach as long as you are sharing your knowledge and passion of learning it doesn’t matter whether it’s same as your nationality or not.

Bin and Minseo

The laughter’s and exciting things we all share are priceless. Compared to all that I have they are my treasures that I will surely hide forever.  I am very appreciated as some students are not afraid of saying how much they love me. My heart is full of joy and can’t express the happiness of being loved by them.

Soon I will not only share my knowledge to them.. I will also share the things i’ve learn and will still keep on learning to all the street children in my country..

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Is he really for you?

THE GUY next door, your classmate or your chat mate, is he your silent admirer or is he really the guy for you?

Most women (and girls) act solely on instinct which can be helpful in determining if he is the right one, it is important to give it time before reaching that final decision.

But what could be the sign to check if he’s really the one? well, read on to find what.

*Respecting each other. Respect should be at the top of the list. Respect is also something that should go both ways. He should respect you and you should respect him, in turn.

You can tell he respects you when he’s willing to compromise, he listens to your concerns and feelings, he notices when something is wrong and asks you about it, values your opinion, appreciates you and genuinely happy for you when you succeed.

However, you should also demonstrate these same things to him to feel it. But if you find that either of you are unwilling to compromise, concerns and feelings are dismissed, or you notice something is wrong but don’t inquire then you have some tell-tale signs that there is a lack of respect.

*Share the same values. Values are usually in-line with those non-negotiable items that will give you a clue as to whether or no he is the right one. If you don’t share the same values, then he’s not the one.

An important factor to consider is if you find your self compromising your values for him. Values really make up who we are. If you are changing your values in order to please someone else, then you are essentially trying to change yourself and that is never a good sign in a relationship.

Don’t guess at what he values most in life, ask him! If he doesn’t seem to have any values, or he can’t articulate them, that might be another doubt  to entertain. A man of real substance is flexible, but will possess firm, well-reasoned values.

*Your gut feeling. This is where women believe in – the gut feeling. However, it should never be the deciding factor. Your intuition should serve as a guide, something you rely on when considering whether or not he is the right one.

Intuition is more than just how physically attracted you are towards him. It’s usually just a sense or a feeling that this person is the right one. Whether your instincts are saying he is or isn’t the one, it’s an important consideration. Many time women instincts are right but sometimes best instincts can be wrong and someone can present themselves to be something that they are not. This is why intuition is only one sign to consider in determining if he is the right one for you.

*He has qualities. You should know ahead of time what qualities are important to you in a mate. Trying to figure it out after the fact can lead to serious problems. If you have a good idea of the qualities you are looking for, it will help you determine if he is the right one.

Select at least 10 qualities you are looking for in a man. Put that list in the order of importance. Take a serious look at the list and cross off any qualities that aren’t so important. Some qualities are probably negotiable. If that is the case, they can likely be removed from the list.

But always keep in my mind that nobody’s perfect. But it doesn’t mean that you just settle for “good enough.” (My Daily Moment)

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Life is short

Life is short so let us enjoy it.
Life is full of surprises, so let us explore what we need to see.
As I laid down the bed of sorrow, everything is pouring down on me.
My life is in sorrow, trying to be alright with what I have.
I am in pain but nobody sees it, only the core of my heart can feel it.
I am in heartaches but no one is there to catch me.
 
Life is short so let us feel the moment.
I let my eyes open into this world, to see the life within me.
My life is in pain and sorrow but I don’t let it ruin my life.
I learn how to crawl and accept my destiny.
 
I feel that life is getting shorter and shorter
Yet no one is there to fill the space of it.
I am bruised but I learned how to heal it.
I learned how to heal the pain that he cause but I am learning more
to be brave and captured the world upon my palm.

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Thoughts

F. Scott Fitzgerald: You don’t write because you want to say something; you write because you’ve got something to say.

Kevin Costner: When a defining moment comes along, you define the moment, or the moment defines you.

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Sparta vs Athens

Sparta vs Athens

In Ancient Greece there were two different major forms of government,
Oligarchy and Democracy. The two city-states that best represent each
form of government were Sparta (oligarchy) and Athens (democracy). The
democratic government in Athens, though decently equal, fair and fairly
advanced for its time, did not meet the needs of the Greeks. During a
time of many military battles Athens decided to worry more about comfort
and culture. It is the oligarchy in Sparta that put a war-like attitude
as its first priority and best met the needs of Ancient Greece.

The Athenian democratic government, which may have given the citizens in
Greece more freedom, was not the best form of government at the time. The
democracy in Athens cannot really be called a true democracy since there
were several flaws in the government and the way it worked. Only ten per
cent of the total population of Athens actually had voting rights and all
of these citizens were upper class men who were over thirty years old.
Women, no matter what the class or age, were given no freedom at all.
They were first owned by their fathers and then were passed from them to
their husbands who then gave them nothing more than the responsibilities
of managing the household and educating the children. During a meeting of
the Assembly, a policy could be adopted and formed into a law but once the
meeting of the assembly ended, the enforcement of that law was left in the
hands of people who may not agree with that specific law. Also, a rule of
the Assembly said that if a certa! in speaker became too powerful, he
could be expelled from the country if given a majority vote by the
Assembly. This rule could easily be abused and really infringed on the
freedom of speech that most democracies have. The Assembly was made up of
five
hundred men who were chosen from a list of those who were eligible to
serve on the council. Since most of the population was of a lower
economic class, the time taken away from their normal work by serving on
the Assembly lowered their earning potential , causing their already poor
situation to worsen. Life may have been sophisticated and graceful in
Athens but the Athenians were often mocked by opposing countries and other
city-states for having no bravery, patriotism or courage. This was shown
by the
repeated attacks on Athens. If the Athenians had a more war-like
reputation, they probably could have avoided many of those conflicts that
eventually led to the loss of the power Athens held in Ancient Greece.

In the city-state of Sparta, the government was controlled by an oligarchy
in which the power was held by a group of five men called ephors. It may
not seem very fair that the citizens had little say in the decisions made
by the government but, at the time, this was the better government. The
Spartans needed to give up comfort and culture for a more disciplined
military approach to control the rebelling Messenians which eventually
turned them into a deadly war machine. Over the years, the Spartan’s
ruthless and brutal reputation in war grew so large that other nations and
city-states were so frightened that they would not attack Sparta even
though the Spartan army was not larger then eight thousand men. The
Spartan men in the army would start t heir military training at the age of
seven and were trained to be tough and very self-sufficient. Every man in
the army would fight with a great deal of passion for his country. Life
in Sparta may have been rough but the res! t of the Greeks envied the
Spartans for their simplicity, straight forwardness, and fanatical
dedication. There was a law in Sparta that banned all foreign trade and
foreign travelling. This kept out all foreign ideas and allowed them to
have the element of surprise when it came to attacks. This law did not
affect their economy, which was already self-sufficient. Unlike the rest
of Greek women, Spartan women had the freedom of equal rights except for
voting rights. Since men were in the military,
the women had full authority over their households and weren’t forced
into a life of only childbearing and housekeeping like the Athenian woman.
The best example of why the Spartan government was better then the
Athenian government happened in 404 B.C.
when the Spartan army were able to conquer the mighty power known as
Athens. The Spartan government was clearly better for that time period
because they could handle the rigors of the military craze which was
growing amongst!
its enemies.

For that specific time period the oligarchy government in Sparta was
better for the Ancient Greeks than the democratic government in Athens.
The government in Athens worried more about the citizens of its city-state
then its own well-being. The Spartan oligarchy may not have given its
citizens a lot of freedom but it was successful in gaining attention and
respect from the other Greeks and their rival nations.

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