MOHAMMAD SKATI


Fishing In The Muddy Water Anytime And Anywhere


There are people who like to fish in the muddy water Simply because they don't like to fish in the clear water, Some people choose to be in places where none go willingly to them, But it's a natural thing to a few to go to any place willingly, Getting fish out of muddy water is difficult and hard, but some Insist on going to places where things are useless and impossible....................................... We can not ask some people not to do such-and-such for the sake of such-and-such because these people refuse to listen to anyone, By not listening to other people, it means that those people got stuck in their life with everyone and with everything.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Topic(s): life


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