The Pain of Loss
As the time passes by and our life seem to just fade into the background.
Like a screensaver on a computer or a new toy given to a young child,
cherished and desired at first sight, then tossed aside and ignored once something better comes up.
Like a pet the neglected we hunger for attention.
Seeking what we think we deserve.
Our dreams, desires, and aspirations is quickly consumed by our drive for competition and fame and the eagerness to be wanted.
Like an artist aggressively laying his brush on a canvas,
our lust for greed cuts through the body like a thousand blades.
The one thing you begin to understand is that those blades don’t stop after penetration.
As the people that cared about you leaves you,
then you’ll realize that the one things you worked so hard for,
you just threw away.
The fear of loss is what I believe is more refreshing than the joy of gain.
When you gain something it’s only going to be tossed aside like a toy.
You can only experience true enlightenment once you are pushed to the brink of destruction then forced to repent.
In the end we are granted the fear of loss,
for the abundant joys of reunion.