Mystery lunch at camp. Gross. #adnyicamp14 (at Forest Home Ojai Valley)
You can’t Kendama like how he does it. @kevinreally (at Point Loma Nazarene University)
It has been a while since I typed out what was on my mind, so here goes nothing (after several months in the dust)
Everyday is another chapter in your book. It can be the most minute thing that occurs around you or it cam be the greatest. The most happiest or the most devastating. Almost anything that happens around you is your decision to make it significant. For me, anything memorable are those that obviously impact me the greatest. My life has not been the most fulfilling or the most glamorous, but I am happy with what I have and the memories that made me who I am. I can tell that my life revolves around the concept of karma. I know, without a doubt, it is the reason why I have been living my life as straight as humanly possible. What is the point of disrupting such balance? I ask this question many times but to no avail…many would disregard it as an optional moral code that does not need to be followed. I can tell you, truthfully, that many people have wronged me in the past. But that does not mean that I should take it out on them. I just let nature run its course and follow the quote that “God can only judge me”. I guess its not my fault that they have either: ended up in jail, gotten fat, work at McDonalds, ended up on the streets, or other “mysterious” things that might have happened. For that, I fully believe in karma. I honestly have never been happier in my life. Every occurrence that has happened to those that have hurt me is another chapter in my book and another chapter in theirs (either good or bad…it’s their choice). My lesson to you: may you always be good and wonderful to other…for the opposite will be the opposite with you.