Hiatus Now

When there are so many things in your life, some fights can’t be fought on multiple fronts. For the past few months I have been fighting a war on multiple fronts. From my insecurities and knowledge on how people have been dissing me to the future I’m supposed to make to the friends I’m supposed take care off.

Sometimes the weight can get to you.

I guess it’s time as some of you recommended that I take time off before I completely burnout. Maybe it’ll be for a day, maybe it’ll be for a week. But until one of my problems goes away and I find the self that I have to be to get through all this, I rather not compromise blogging for blogging sake like what I’m seeing so far.

To think that it’s actually a worry as well.

Nevertheless, it’s hard to find a way to write for yourself when you lost focus on what yourself actually means. Defining your own existance and understanding what it is isn’t something many people do, let alone something many people accomplish. Some people define it through what they see. Some…through what they do.

Me…well when I define it, I’ll tell you how I did it.

So until then, I’m on hiatus. But never fear, I’ll still be pinging sites with the “best” of Edrei. Some of the most controversial, interesting posts that some of you guys loved. And if not, feel free to look around for more posts. I don’t mind at all.

With that…I’ll be back.

Just wait for me.

9 thoughts on “Hiatus Now

  1. Well, I really hope that you will be back soon and that your blog hiatus will be fading off soon.

    I will be waiting for you to come back!

  2. Ah, you suck. I just updated my Blogroll. =(

    Then again, I did miss Blogathon. *cries*

    P.S. You have a strange tongue.

  3. from http://lifeparody.blogspot.com

    Dear President:

    It has come to my attention that many lives are constantly being wasted in our massive lust for control. We are aware that we do not care for the young, the old, or the unborn, but we have noticed that the living will waste substantial time by recurrently searching for a mythical ‘justice’ that can only feed the media.

    In our constant search for improved methods for expanding our dominions, we have come to the substantial finding that we can now wage war without declaring it or even tell the enemy about it. What’s even more appealing: the enemy might consider itself in an ‘state of urgency’, but it will only sit and chat about it with us. YES, SIR, YOU HAVE READ RIGHT.

    I hereby support that, from now onwards, we attack our neighbours every 10 years (or earlier if the need should arise) by setting ourselves or our unimportant territories on fire and let them asphyxiate to their death while they go on chit-chatting with us about how to put out a fire.

    YES, SIR, the uncivilized do not know how to put out a fire, and they truly believe that neither can we.

    With best regards,
    The Secretary

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