Here are the musings of a desperate man on what life could, would and should be:

A hungry man is a spiteful man, who sees no importance in food because he cannot have it. Wait till he has some food and only  then he begins to lecture you on the necessity of eating.

When a man has no money he is more religious than the angels in heaven. And when he finally makes some money he suddenly believes in time and chance, luck and opportunity, fate and hard work, connection and settlement.

Desperation can drive a man into committing many evils but only hope can restrain a man from committing evil.

A man without wealth feels like his life is meaningless and is never thankful for the other little blessings that abound with him. When that man becomes wealthy he begins to wish for the little blessings of sleeping peacefully and having people around who loved him for him.

A man who cannot invent things or innovate things at the peak of his challenges can never be an inventor. For even necessity being the mother of all inventions will not give birth to his ability to invent.

 

Cheers!

 

 

 

By floramichaels

Hi, I am Flora Ngo-Martins. I love writing and I am passionate about fashion, stories, news and food. Sometimes I get a little bit serious but that's alright, I can also be mischievous. I also like to analyse stuffs people do and sometimes judge.*wink* Most of all, I love to influence the lives of people positively and tell people's stories from a totally different perspective. Feel free to contact me if you have any suggestions or....

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