Live it Right

Life is about making Something out of Nothing at all. If you're able to do that, you're able to do Everything.

Painted Life

Life is like a flower, painted to perfection, yet at the end it wilts, fragile as it is, only the stem left unbroken.

Fallen Leaves

Like the autumn leaves, we fall at times, only to find ourselves blown away by the wind, and thus we reach yet another place.

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1st thing 1st, regarding the title, I'm talking about a Japanese movie that has recently premiered in Malaysia. Titled Kaiji. Just finish watching it on my com. Adapted from a manga @ "Ultimate Survivor Kaiji".

It shows a set of people that is preposterous and ludicrous that makes the whole sekai[world] seems so absurd to be lived in. There's the under ground world that people either don't see or choose not to see. The world is just the same. There are predators and preys, the weak feeds on the rich like parasites. There are the ones that benefits each other with their existence, other wise known as commercialism.

There's a truth in everything, a truth in the movie, that there is such people out there. That don't care about other people's life. To them human are just mere chess pieces. That is there to protect the king. Most of the times meaning themselves. The pawns mean nth to them. It's rare that a pawn ever gets to kill the king. Usually it is the queen that kills the king. I'll say there's pretty much 1 out of 100 game that a pawn be able to kill the king. Yet there's still a possibility, when you counter attack with wise strategies.

Everything in this world has its opposites. There's the good and the bad, the wise and the fool, the angel and the devil, fire and water. All of which exist back to back against one another.

When I watch Japanese animes, movies or dramas, I see a set of different kinds of people. In their world, there's just a varied of people. For someone to be able to think of such picture, for sure there is someone like that as well. Sometimes I just feel so sadden by what's happening outside in the real world. And most of the times, afraid of going into the real world. Human scares me. In contrary to all the horror stories that shows ghost going around killing people, I'll say the horror is more in the real world. Where it is the people that is killing one another.

It's funny, I wonder, if there's ever anyone killed by a ghost in this world except having left delusional, sometimes because of their guilt conscience, which I do wonder, what is it I'm really afraid of.

I don't mean to disrespect the japanese or anything, but right till this moment, to this day that we live in, it's pathetic for such Seppuku & Harakiri, both infamous ritual suicides to occur. Suicide of honor they say. Yet I don't see anything proud to kill yourselves. It's a work of failure, always were always will be. A winner will get back on it's feet and seek atonement and repent for their mistakes, instead of killing themselves for being a failure. Or to put it nicely inadequate.

"Suicide has never been criminalized in Japan.[clarification needed] Japanese society's attitude toward suicide has been termed "tolerant", and on many occasions a suicide is seen as a morally responsible action.[6] However, the rise of Internet suicide websites and increasing rate ofsuicide pacts (shinjū) has raised concern from the public and media, which consider the pacts "thoughtless"[6]."-Wikipedia

There's something wrong with that kind of mind set. I cannot comprehend the craziness that surrounds them, even if it's 1/100 of their populations. But this leads to that, and that leads to this. Eventually love is replaced by hatred. Even if it's one soul. It makes a difference in another's life. There's one quote from the movie that I actually agree. No one in this world is a failure. As long as there's a chance, you have to grab hold of it, and change the world you live in. For better or worse, you have nothing to lose. Except yourselves.

Guess that's enough for today, it just makes me think.Of which I don't really want to. There is not one night where I don't dream of a nightmare that seems so real and which freaks me out. A yume[dream] is a window to all my imaginations, I have to find the door to set myself free.
I Pray: That the World doesn't come to an End as a results of Human Actions.