Saturday, September 13, 2008

Gasp! Deep thoughts!?

"To be, or not to be, that is the question.  Wether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take up arms against a sea of trouble, and by opposing end them!? To die, for in this sleep of death, what dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause."

Ah! I did that from memory!  I probably skipped quite a bit, but considering that I memorised that last year, That's pretty good.  It amazes me, the powers of the *Cerebrial Cortex.  Being able to recall something from 14 months away, or remembering memories from when you were two.

To live, to endure day by day life's challenges seems an impossible task, but then, there you are, living, fighting through it.  Or not to be, to shrink into a cowardly hole, waiting for death.  Is it truly better to live; and to fufill God's plan for us?  Or to give up, and die.  I say that it is far more courageous to live, rather than to die.

Here's a small peom I wrote, just because I was bored.

Fury is the blight, to witch all men fight, for the day is dawning when all men must fight, to keep their wives and children happy, to keep them in the right.

Fury, like pain, must be conquered.
Fury, like rain, can be devestating.
Fury, like a chain, can be binding.
Fury, like pain, can bore deep into the heart.

Not that long, but still....

Ice Skating

I went to the Rec Center last night and went Ice skating with my friends, it was fun, but I fell down twice and skinned my left knee and right elbow.

"Why do we fal down, master bruce?
 So that we can learn to pick ourselves up again."

* I probably spelled that wrong...


mariposa said...

Hey! Oh my goodness, you need to read the very first post on my blog - I totally talked about the same Shakespeare quote - that's kind of funny :)Great post, by the way. I love that Batman quote.

Kyle Hendricks said...

Thanks for commenting! I really love the batman quote too!