Salvation VI


I really admire the people who are closer towards pursuing their own salvation than I am.
There’s no need to be envious or to posthaste.
It’s harder to chant the truth that I’m ahead of some like some are of me.
The pursuit of happiness isn’t a race.
It’s a herd of lamb led by a shepherd.
Our wool upon our backs vary in weight.
Our hooves are different in girth and shape.
However it’s our goals that allow us to persevere through our shortcomings.
We’re all born in glass houses and opposable thumbs make it effortless to throw stones.
Look at how imperfect we are!
Blurred silhouettes of lamb-men hybrids consumed by the desire to be normal.


  1. Bunnet · January 8, 2016

    I fail every day with salvation. I fail God every two or five hours, but unlike humans I know He never tires of me coming back and saying “I’m sorry God, please make me strong”

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    • tpcsufian · January 8, 2016

      I don’t think failing exists. You either win or you learn. You must be learning a lot lately. 😀


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