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Sometimes I want to ask God why He allows poverty, famine, and injustice when He could do something about it, but I’m afraid He might just ask me the same question.
-– `Abdu’l-Bahá (via cosmogyros)

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Realization.

This morning, i woke up at 7:02. Nothing wrong with me or anything, just not motivated to go to school, as usual. It wasn’t until after I had gotten ready a little too late and my mother called me 72 times to leave the house that I wondered, “Why is my life the way it is? Why is it that I’m so unmotivated to go to school? Learning should be fun right?” Weren’t we taught that in elementary school? Or am I Wrong? Learning became a chore freshman year of high school and got more and more like slave work going into the next grade. We’ve all become slaves to the school system. I also wondered why they teach us that drugs are bad. There’s no doubt in my mind that school led me to the blunts I smoke or the bowls I hit. Just trying to make it through my high school experience with who I am still intact has become the hardest battle I’ve had to fight and I happen to be losing. “But this was all meant to be,” the angel on my shoulder tells me. “These obstacles test your strength and if you give up now, you will never know your true potential in life.” Maybe you’re right. Maybe I need to be completely miserable to be successful. And so today, I’ve come to the bitter sweet realization, that nothing lasts forever.