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What does it take for us to have a courage in life?
How one of a million hearts would hold to paint their life into a piece of poem? It is all written in a single poetry. Consists of ten spiritual poems and short stories about a bitter taste of life, sadness, joyousness, and living as a human being. That’s it: A poetry for souls.
I believe every one of us have an outer membrane within our bodies. Some say it’s a shield, some say it can be your guardian angel. The more I think about it, the membrane sounds like a shield which protects us from a malevolent danger, and to guide us through this journey either in this perishable world or the unseen world.
How to know if one of us is the person with that different membrane?
This is the realm we encounter, but not everyday.
I have a dream almost every night, and it was intense. Most of it were nightmares, but the oddity that happened to me: I never been scare of it or trying to scream in the middle of the dream. Almost every encounter with those dreams, in the end, there was always someone who came to save me from the danger either women or men.
And I woke up, safely.
And I could remember almost every detail of shapes and scenes in those dreams. Sometimes, that makes me kind of hardly differentiate between the real thing or not.
But somehow, I just found my way back to their realm. It was weird of how I could come back like three times in three nights to the same place, sometimes met the same person in there.
I never scare though, felt like someone always guarding me from behind, even I couldn’t see it clearly. But she was always be there for me, no matter what.
You have no idea of what I’ve seen…
Thanks God for create such a great scenery. Even that clouds is perishable, it’s extraordinary 😀