Big G: This world is rotten. Like an apple that cannot be eaten.
Noah: Really? Why not orange? Such a cause for 'emo'.
Big G: The world is evil. *Deep breath* People killing, people dying, children hurt and you hear them crying. Could you practice what you preach, and will you turn the other cheek?
Noah: FATHER FATHER FATHER HELP US! SEND SOME GUIDANCE FROM ABOVE! PEOPLE GOT ME GOT ME QUESTIONING, WHERE IS THE FLOOD!?
email@example.com has changed his personal message to 'gonna ask!'
ask apa /gg
dun tell u
is it what i think it is? /gg
wat u think?
you gonna ask teacher whether you can go toilet? /gg
If life was a game of chess, which piece would you be?
Ironically, despite being the most important piece, the King is pretty ineffectual. The Queen on the other hand often calls the shots and is the match-winner. Yet, when the King is threatened, even the Queen has to sacrifice. Quite pathetic really. Always requiring protection while seldom offering it (though certainly capable of), preferring to instead shell away in safety.
Now, I'm not bold or arrogant or even half confident enough to stake claim as the King or the Queen in life, because the truth is, almost everybody is a Pawn.
Make no mistake, most Pawns will perish. Taunted and intimidated by daunting obstacles. Trounced by hardship.
The strong survives and the weak perish. If we were just weak ones, we'd be very much cannon fodder for the anguish of life. Crestfallen and devoid of resistance. Just a mere placeholder.
But if we were strong enough endure it all and survive, we'll move on to greater things, some previously not thought of. We'll be rewarded with the glory and goodness of life. Very much like how a Pawn gets promoted, no?
Personally, I'd never settle with being a mere Pawn all my life. If I ever was one, I'd make sure I'll one day drag myself to the other end and become something better, and not perish in the middle of the merciless battlefield.
Sad thing is, I'm still stuck at square two. Hahaha. 6 squares and plenty of adversity to go!
"If the King does not move, its subjects will not follow."