Happiness, by George Chow Subscribe to rss feed for George Chow

Happiness is being a child.
Happiness does not came from lust or temptation.
Only Sinners fall into temptation,
if they explain their completeness or cunning laughter,
after they had temptation.
They will be condamn as a sin to be judged.
Happiness is also remember your innocent confession.
From the bad luck and mistakes you made and was forgiven by
God.
For those who accuse or assume for who you are,
they are Sinners.
So when you are poison by the lust.
Let out quick.
And heal your heart by saying its not right.
Only those days when you remember and realized God was
there.
You are the happy person in the world.
Posted: 2013-04-02 02:30:19 UTC

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