If everyone sought the same perfect utopia, won’t all of us has same food, wear same clothes and watch same shows. They wouldn’t even make different shows because no one would care to watch anything but the perfect type. Opinions would be without debate and all decisions unanimous.
Would one like this monotony?
So why seek to be someone else’s version of perfect? You are a special edition. Your differences and imperfections set you apart.
*Be your kind of perfect* 🙂

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Words

The air we inhaled, drawn by the lung

Vibrates in the neck moulded by the tongue

Forms a weapon, deadliest of all

That could be the rise or a fatal fall

Words, these mere words, written in ink

Before you utter, before you mutter, pause and think

They could foster a bond, dripping in sweet

Vary them a little, to be fierce, radiating heat

Your words waged wars, your words brought peace

Your words made promises, that they betray, or did they keep?

A gun without bullets, can bring no hurt

Pen is only mightier than sword, when laced with words

Echoing back and forth, you repeat and rewind

The said and unsaid, sounds of your mind

So before you speak, ponder over once

’cause once said, the damage is done

And this choice of words, makes all the difference.

( A follow-up to ‘the pen’

https://penpalblogs.wordpress.com/2016/11/02/the-pen )

Chaos Theory (Butterfly effect)

In chaos theory, the butterfly effect states that minor changes in initial conditions can result in large differences in the latter system. Something as insignificant as a butterfly’s wings might create tiny changes in the atmosphere that may ultimately alter the path of a tornado or delay, accelerate or even prevent the occurrence of a tornado in another location!

All great changes are preceeded by chaos, and if the flutter of a butterfly‘s wings can cause a tornado, than you, dear friend, are capable of great things indeed!
Chaos