I just recently saw a video that was filmed yesterday in one of the towns effected by the earthquake a tsunami. A reporter was walking through one of the areas that was just in ruins. They spotted a brown and white dog looking around for food. He had a tag on his collar and looked into the camera. The dog was shaking, you could see it was frantic and scared. After it bark then turned heading away. It went to another dog that was laying down. The other was barely breath and couldn't move. When the dog laying down tried to lift its head, the sitting dog simply took its paw and put it over his head. Like trying to get him to rest and he would watch over him. The pair stayed together, the healthier dog watching over the other. Eventually the two were rescued and taken away to be cared for.
For me it was heart breaking. Not just cause they are dogs that are alone (I am a animal lover) But it was because of the loyalty that was there. In this world sometimes you don't see people practice this themselves. They tend to block others in bad situations out and simply go about their life. They don't care to help. With this disaster in Japan following the many we had had so far I just hope it opens more peoples eyes. But then again I know you cant change people in their ways or get everyone to get along. Still I can dream that people can feel loyal enough to stay with one another through out time of bad to help. Just like the pair of dogs. Because working together actually does not only help one another but keep us going in life.
When the thoughts racing through your mind that prevent you from wanting to breathe in again after letting out a deep breath stop screaming at you so loudly, you will be able to sleep through the night. However, you will be left with no motivation to get out of bed in the morning.
He didn't know what to do. There was so much pressure on him. He was consumed with stress. His girlfriend just broke up with him for another guy. He just finished a fight with his best friend but sad to say he accidentally killed him in the moment. A week before now he was walking his dog and someone he got lose, ran in the street and was hit by a car. He even loss his last and only refuge, his ipod. He was jumped on his way to school and in the process of escaping, he fell and it broke. He lost almost everything he cherished. In his mind the only thing he can here is "now jump".
Once upon a time...The End...haha i wish stories could be that simple. Anyway, the story im gonna tell you is recent i guess...kinda awkward but bear with me anyway. So I was recently introduced to to this thing called Idousing. Its basically music tht makes you feel different emotions. and using it i was able to ease the pain in my fathers leg (he broke it) anyway thats it for now
Once upon a time in a faraway land known as Northeast Philadelphia a young girl sat in her canopy bed and stared up at the seemingly endless sky. She did this many nights; stared up at the blackness and thought about her life and it's ever-changing ways. And then a knocking came on her door. It started as a tap and then it became louder. The girl jumped up and opened the unlocked door, looked down and saw the queen of the castle standing there in all her glory with gold, shining curls and big blue eyes that people got lost in, except the girl. She never truly got lost in those blue eyes even when they were brimming with warm tears and trickling down the queen's pale face. Marie Antoinette always got what she wanted, she was spoiled like all queens are, it was really the girl's fault that she acted this way. I guess that's what you get when you would do anything to keep a smile on a gentle face. The queen stepped into the room and began searching for the sweets that were usually hidden by the girl's nightstand. However, the girl had recently run out of sweets and she tried explaining this to the queen, but the queen wouldn't listen. And then the queen gave her a very disappointed look when she did understand and the famous, heartbreaking tears were coming. So, just this once, the girl lead the queen downstairs to the kitchen and gave her some Pepsi. Maybe the girl's not so resilient when it comes to those big, blue eyes after all.