Life is not about being angry, getting revenge, and being mean to people that have been mean to you. That’s a shallow way to live. Instead, lift someone up that’s pushed you down.


The sweetest revenge is love instead of being angry 😤. Loving your enemy is the hardest one but if we can’t, we can pray to subside our emotions and let love conquer our anger. Be an inspiration to others. Be part of a solutions in every problems. Life would be the hardest but it is the most enjoyable we can have. Live with it simple, happy and enjoyable. You can live more not ones but dying is only ones. So take care of ourselves, love it.


  1. SnowHearT says:

    Heart ❤️


  2. SnowHearT says:

    That’s the bravest and the sweetest thing you can do… I’ll pray to subside your anger and love your self first…and extend your love to your enemy,,,

    I salute your courage, Niki ❤️ to continue your life even he hurt you.


    Have a blessed

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  3. Niki Flow says:

    Well, I must say, you inspired me today. When I read, “your enemy” I knew immediately who that was. My first thought was “Grrrr.” Then I remembered something. Today happens to be his birthday. I try to forget it by celebrating one of my favorite people in history, also allegedly born today, William Shakespeare. And, really, I’ve worked very hard on forgiving my enemy for many years — decades — for past wounds. Still, he continues to negative impact on my life every time I think of him. I thought, as I read your words, then felt the familiar anger, “This *has* to stop!” So, if you’re right (and I believe you are), then pouring love on anything (even him) will, in the end, heal my wound. So I sent him a digital card with this message:
    To a Fellow Sojourner,

    We share a birthday, I am told.
    Therefore, if I may be so bold,
    I send this birthday ditty,
    Amusing, somewhat witty.

    So many things have been said
    About me, since I lay dead;
    Some with gravity, some with jest,
    But this, by far, is
    the very best:

    Heavyweight boxer Tony Galento, when asked what he thought of William Shakespeare.
    “I’ll moider da bum.”

    You know, 62 isn’t so bad. You’ve made it a decade longer than I did.

    From the Land of Wish in the Fel of War, the 23rd of April 2020.

    Yours in all kindness,
    William Shakespeare (-ish)
    You know, I think I was meant to see your blog today.

    Thanks again,
    ♥. (another bard) =)

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  4. SnowHearT says:

    Thank you , Rajaneesh 😊👍❤️ take care always


  5. Well said. Beautifully written.

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  6. SnowHearT says:

    Thank you, Harsh ❤

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Harsh says:

    Beautiful thought!

    Liked by 1 person

  8. SnowHearT says:

    Your welcome, Navin 😊 Love yourself ❤️❤️❤️ always


  9. Navin says:

    The deeper truth….the words of wisdom….thx for sharing & reminding….beautiful message 💙

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