What in me is dark Illumine, what is low raise and support; That to the light of this great argument I may assert eternal Providence And justify the ways of God to men. —John Milton. This image does not belong to BeliJose's Fashion Hauz.
Man learns to swim by being tossed into life’s maelstrom and left to make his way ashore. No youth can learn to sail his life-craft in a lake sequestered and sheltered from all the storms, where other vessels never come. Skill comes through sailing one’s craft amidst rocks and bars and opposing fleets, amidst storms… Continue reading Thoughts 💭
The Noblest Art Is That Of Making Others Happy. —P. T. Barnum This image does not belong to Belijose's Fashion Hauz.
Surely, the only true knowledge of our fellow man is that which enables us to feel with him, which gives us a fine ear for the heart-pulses that are beating under the mere clothes of circumstance and opinion. —George Elliott. This image does not belong to Belijose's Fashion Hauz.
Revenge is an act of style. For all practical matters, no one is known to have come back from the dead after being avenged in the name of justice. However so, man can fight anything by its nature. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth will forever make better grammatical balance than… Continue reading Thoughts 💭
There are dark days When everything feels so numb Pain too deep That your veins even weep There are dark days That leave you In the hole of all your weaknesses Shadow of the world's brutality The stabs of disloyalty And man's cruel mortality Make you question your sanity The cheers of distant "friends" Fade… Continue reading Thoughts 💭
So frail is the youth and beauty of men, Though they bloom and look gay like the rose; But all our fond cares to preserve them is vain, Time kills them as fast as he goes. Then I’ll not be proud of my youth nor my beauty, Since both of them wither and fade; But… Continue reading Thoughts 💭