Wrongfully Right

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
Just thoughts.

Submitted: November 30, 2012

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Submitted: November 30, 2012



I know exactly what is right and what is wrong in life and I am perfectly capable of doing what is right, but sometimes I just want to be wrong. Being wrong involves having fun, being wreckless, making mistakes, making memories, learning, and living. I choose to live rather than just survive. Survival is easy, but living; that is the challenge. A challenge that most people don’t dare accept for they fear they will be the victim of judgement. Who cares if you’re judged by these robots calling themselves humans that make up our sick society? Not I. The only people that can pass judgement unto me are my closest friends, for they are the only people that matter. In the end, does it really matter how many people you impressed? No. The only thing that matters in the end are the things you did for others and how much you really lived your life to the fullest extent of the word. So I choose to live rather than survive, for I am a free spirit and I am capable of much more than the other clones walking this planet.

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