Tuesday, 14 September 2010


We all have big changes in our lives that are more or less a second chance.
(Harrison Ford)

Second chance?

We hear this phrase so often,

But it usually follows an act of failure.

Does it really exist,

Or are we just creating a delusive occurrence to bring about a sense of re-assurance?

I've reached a point where I've realized a second chance does not exist,

We live in a world of constant change,

Simultaneously we as humans undergo endless change,

It is only when those two changes interlink in a way favorable to us,

We see chance.

It took me a while to understand what I was trying to say,

Hope it makes sense.


  1. it makes a lot of sense,

    however I do believe second chances do exist, because if they didn't, there wouldn't be a way for us to learn from our mistakes

  2. abee ashra7lich shay bs i can't seem to write it down,

    You know how I said it's all about change,

    maybe we never learn from our mistakes,

    and mistakes don't really exist,

    they are just representations of where our change as individuals and the change of those around us did not fit

    so eventually we just adapt and realize with certain changes certain acts are inappropriate and so on,

    bl a5eer it'6el hathaila mojarad afkar la twady wela tyeeb probably,

    bs l7mdlla u understood 5arabe6y ;p

  3. yeahh i get i get what you're thinking w how you're thinking it!

    bs don't overthink things like these 7ayati, it'll just drive u CURAYZAY!