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Hallucinations of the Prinsediran VIII: Just Do It [The Impossible]

And here we are, tired of what we are not sure of. Then up stands Moi, saying to Me..
You know how everyone says, “I know what I want and I’m going to get it, unless God says NO to me.” Oh well, Dear God, 😦 I honestly mean no disrespect, I’m pretty sure some “kind” of people will feel I’ve got a loose pen [tongue] but, if you are saying no, I’m afraid it has to sound louder than my heartbeat unless you are actually saying the same thing my heart is beating about. I can do it, I can, I can do it, I can, I can do all things.

YES, DO IT, though impossible, wait one more minute for that train even if there is no railtrack around.
YES, Abdul, you might be a devout muslim but yes, you surely can still marry Elizabeth, even though she’s a Reverend Sister now. Find a purpose! A genuine reason.
You can only find a good way when you are selfless, when you have destroyed all greed and pride and fear, then you’ll see a new purpose and a better definition of “the finish line.”

Be glad you fed the hungry, even though you cannot practically starve yourself, just do it. Feed more hungry people.

Be glad you clothed the naked, quite bizarre doing it without covering your own nakedness but just do it, clothe the naked.

Turn a sad face happy, make them smile, make them laugh, make them feel fulfilled, make them feel loved. Its a shame you’ll cry all night in loneliness and sadness, but for the greater good, just do it.

Be glad you cared for the sick. Yes your own heartbeat is fading gradually, but you cared, and you still care…this earth surely has a use for you.

Too much talk hardly gets anyone into action, it only gets them thinking…and too much thinking leads to stress and too much stress gets them sleeping – the very essence of the “too much talk.” So, wake up now… Live the dream, don’t dream the life away… Define the end better and just do it, the impossible. As long as your heart is beating, remember you [I] can do all things thru Christ who strengthens you [me] [Phil. 4:13].

Estô fý wasi sihto sifopi! … See you at the top!

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Hallucinations of the Prinsediran VII: All The Same [Don’t Forget Me]

… and on one of those few times Moi is audible enough and Me is less lazy to pen down, Moi said to Me,

I am afraid I won’t do anything that will worth a space in your memory, but then, remember me all the same.

I won’t say any word worth memorising, but, memorise them all the same.

I will never sing a song worth dancing to… Dance to my music all the same.

I won’t love you the way you want, I may never be lovable, never your “type”; love me all the same.

I won’t write a poem or symphony worth listening to; listen to them all the same.

One is not worth the sorrow when they are gone, no hole or vacuum created, but then, try as much as you can, try to shed a drop of tear when one is gone…as for me, feel free to cry all the same.

I will never write a script worth acting; act them all the same.

One cannot have a number of gifts large enough for everyone… accept them all the same, as little as they come.

You may never come across kids the way you like them, all the same, I beg, world, treat the children right.

I may never come on time… don’t call me late though… even when I’m finally lifeless, don’t call me late all the same.

Me, you know I’ll never speak wisdom worth taking serious; hearken to my voice all the same.

Even in your selfishness and greed, thoughts of one’s self and maybe family alone, as hard as you may find it, with nothing to offer, think of your neighbour all the same.

For Moi, I am nobody, never seen, never heard, never known, absolutely invisible, yet invincible; and please, whatever you do, wherever you are, don’t forget me, and I’ll remember you all the same.

Namesmith: Amen-Diosdesea

I love Spanish names, French names, Italian, Greek, and of course Wuzyburian- the names I put together as a Namesmith 😉 . So, when you find it hard to pick a name for your child, you can always tell me the child’s story and I’ll coin a Wuzyburian name for you.
A name means virtually whatever you label it to mean. Some names however have only one meaning, some sound like another name, and some names basically inspire you.

The eighth Wuzyburian name I’m presenting here is a variation of my own name (Odirachukwumma); it is AMEN-DIOSDESEA.
Amen-Diosdesea: Coined from “Amen” (Latin/Greek origin meaning “So be it”), “Dios” (Spanish for “God”) and Desea (Spanish for “Desires”). I’d say this literally means “If it is ok by God, its ok by me.” You can help me define it better!
Short form: Amen; Desea
Nick form: Dide; Amend;
Happy mood: D-D;
Angry mood: DESEA!!

Native Name Suggestion (In Nigerian Igbo): OÑU
Short form: Oñu.
Nick form: *lol…there’s no way to show you the pronunciation; the “ñ” makes it much more different from “Onu”*
Happy mood: Oñu;
Angry mood: OÑU
The name means “Joy, Glad, Happiness”.

Name Suggestions:
* Female name: ALMA, from a Latin word meaning “kind”; also of Italian, Hebrew and Arabic origin, meaning “nourishing; soul; young woman; learned”
* Male name: JESSAMINE (Jessamyn), of English origin. It is a variation of the Hebrew name Jesse, meaning “the Lord exists.”
Would be cool to have a brother and sister called Jessamine and Jasmine.