LaSoaphia QuXazs

Rookie - 2 Points (1934 / Budapest, Hungary, living in the USA)

Best Friend.


If you want someone or something give you happiness
You are in a constant hell in progress.

If you blame or hate someone
They'll come back and back to destroy and you are alone.

However, if your best friends are GOD and yourself in this life
You are in Heaven here and now in bliss, never in strife.

Open your mind for true Wisdom
To receive true Understanding and blossom.

In Hungarian:
He valakiktol vagy valamiktol varsz boldogsagot
Az eleted egy allando pokol es egyedul let.

Ha masokat okozol vagy gyulolsz
Azok allandoan visszajonnek es idovel elpusztitanak Teged.

Azonben ha a Jo Isten es Te magad a legjobb baratod
akkor it ahol vagy a menyorszagban elsz es soha senki nem haborgat a jo eletedben.

Nyisd ki az agyadat igazi bolcsessegre
Hogy kaphassal igazi megertest.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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