Water and fire

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Commercial Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
the water and fire stand for truth and lie.Its a way of thinking of lie and tuth.i believe that the water and the fire are enemies but one day they meet.like tht only one day the truth and the lie have to meet.

Submitted: January 13, 2010

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Water and Fire

fire and water are the enemies but one day they have to meet.like that only lie and truth.... one day they have to meet.The one keep telling lies and making up there life...when they do it they kill there soul...but one day they have to meet the truth....and when they meet the truth there every thing they got from the fake....then there is nothing important for them then the reality....its our destiny to meet the truth....and when we meet the truth we discover ourselves..we find what we are...at that time we are far away from the fake world....at that no money or daimonds are important for us...the truth....the truth is love....when we meet the truth or love....we are no one.....we understand the whole life...love..when you love someone you are no one....you are nothing....because when yu love even the bad things look good....even the thigs around you,yo dont like look beautiful...the whole world starts singing....even the silence starts singing for you...that is love....at that time you are happy even if you dont have any money....at that time when you free your mnd..free yourself from hate...selfishness....you become the richest person of this world....beacause at that time you you are in love.....

so friends i want to say...free yourself from lies of your lifes....come to the truth...accept it....because tht is life..


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