What I want you to know and what I want you to see is what happens on the other side of that precipice, beyond the clouds, beyond setbacks and holdups, beyond the obstacles and pain.
For the past couple of years, I have worked some pretty shady and highly illegal jobs. I am not a drug dealer, human trafficker, and in no way do I physically harm anyone else, all I do is clean.
What did you think your future was going to be when you were 13? Did you have dreams? Aspirations?
Magpies have an eye for shiny things. They search for bright bits of meaning amongst the dirt and filth of their world. Living in a small town on the outskirts of Saskatoon with his emotionally distant and alcoholic father, Ben struggles with his increasingly somber view of society. He is haunted by the death of his older brother and the mysteries of his mother’s suicide. Unable to live life like the other magpies around him, he slips deeper into the darkness of his own mind. Deciding that everything wrong in his world can be traced back to the drug dealer, Faran Bird, Ben travels to Saskatoon to kill Faran. In one long and lonely day, Ben starts out on the dusty gravel roads of his hometown, and continues on, to the dirt and grime of the worst parts of Saskatoon.
A daughter without a father is a sad scenario that I wish did not exist.
Found on AskReddit. 1. Cowards. Cowards. Have several friends that have committed suicide in the last year. They left children that will always wonder what they could have done. 2. They are just passing their pain to other people.
“It’s hard to go through life when your own brain has turned against you.”
1. Failed attempts are all about “seeking attention”
We can’t let it be the elephant in the room. Because it will still sit there, taking up space, whether or not we ignore it.
I can name so many good things about myself.