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Ideas come to all of us, We should have millions of them collectively.
Just by random luck, one should be good. That is how life works.
“How did I not think of that”. It was just not your turn.
By drjbarbara on 05.28.2018
When I thought that everything was going badly, I looked into my pocket to see the lottery ticket that I had purchased a couple of days ago. I never understood why I had bought that ticket, I never quite believed that they were ever a good use of money. Most of the time people just got these tickets to find solace in the little glimmer of hope that they had that they would one day strike it lucky and be a part of the elite humans who had the world at their fingertips. One of the things that make you feel that you have a little bit of a chance to have your whole life change. I looked into my ticket and looked at the numbers on the screen. It didn’t match. I went back to sleep.
By Tolu on 05.28.2018
Millions of citizens died thanks to the virus. No one’s sure who released or how, if it was born it nature or man-made, but does it really matter anymore? 90% of human-kind was wiped of the earth in bloody swipe and, now, we´re all that´s left.
By Bramsy on 05.28.2018
There are millions of ants. There are millions of many things but for some species, there are not millions of their kind. We should be protecting the animals on this planet instead of killing them.
By Mimir on 05.28.2018
If I was a rich girl – would I change my attitude? Would I spend more money on clothes and less on books? Would I drive a car just because I could and not because I should? If I was rich, would I be even less empathic? Is being rich desirable?
By Fran Hunne URL on 05.28.2018
One in millions is a keeper. Now, where would I find the millions?
By Krys on 05.29.2018
millions of chances. Millionf of choices. and i chos eyou. because you chose me. there was nothing romantic about it. but i wanted romance so i ditched you. and you were left alone. and you were sad. and i was feeling guilty but relieved and free and happy for all of five minutes and then i felt panic. becuase you were no longer ther eby my side like you had been for twenty years.
By Ellaandlara on 05.29.2018
She felt millions of miles away from home. She moved away when she was 18. Vowed she would never return. Now with one simple phone call. “He is dead.” Three words that would change her vow and turn her around going back to a place she said she would never go back.
By Cris Nole on 05.29.2018
Millions, i can only think of money. That how society has conditioned me!
By Shanmuga on 05.29.2018
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.