Chickybabe For Good and Evil

Being that I’ll be a little busy until Wednesday, I’d thought I’d make it fast and do a quick Chickybabe since certain events happening of late kinda warrants it.

  1. To take a completely different perspective from the prophecies of gloom and doom of the human race. Maybe there is hope for us after all. Sometimes they come in the most unlikely of places. Sometimes they come in the most unexpected of forms. Either way, I guess I still have faith in people, otherwise why else would I be working so hard for?
  2. Religious bigotry have been the topic of the past week. But since arguing about a personal choice against an indoctrinated secular system is like running repeatedly into a brick wall, maybe it’s better to take a step back and work on the battles you can actually make sense off eventually.
  3. When you wake up in the morning without feeling the burden of responsibilities, the insecurity of self, the doubt of choices and the pain of memories past; you didn’t just wake up next to someone you had sex with, you woke up with someone you truly love. Either that or you found God or religion. Whichever works best for you.
  4. People who become armchair critics without the slightest clue where the instructions are in the first place really get on my nerves. It really gets worse when they claim something to be dysfunctional when they were too lazy to read the instructions in the first place. They should be lined against the wall and shot for the sheer catatonic stupidity that they operate on. Then again this isn’t an ideal world. That just puts a damper into that idea.

Wherever you go there will always be this symmetry of life between good and bad. Sometimes you’re likely to miss it as things go by so fast. Other times, it’s right there inescapably unavoidable. Kinda puts the perspective on things doesn’t it?

3 thoughts on “Chickybabe For Good and Evil

  1. 1. It’s called survival. As long as we don;t give up, there’s always hope.
    3. That is some feeling! Savour it as much as you can, regardless of what you believe in.
    4. Read instructions? Who does that? Manuals are only for troubleshooting! 😛

    Yes. If you think about it, you can’t have one without the other.

  2. 1. Amen to that. Though I like to believe that it’s just more than survival…it’s living.
    3. Oh…you bet I will. From now till the end of time. 🙂
    4. If you don’t even read the manual for troubleshooting? What then?

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