Rebirth

Posted by admin February 10th, 2013

A new dawn approaches. Finding strength to endure the struggle is the hardest obstacle. One labors for a century, and, in an instant, one claims victory. Would that we have the power to change our lives, to change our circumstances. What would we do?  It is a question so prevalent in the hearts of all. It is up to us. I yet seek to attain what I truly want in life. If only we all knew that we could get exactly what we want in life… it only takes time and hard work.

In this quote, Yesnina, a fellow squad-mate, is running away from the army. Nevaline attempts to convince her to stay.

“A soldier absent cause for leave under Amazonian law is seen as a fugitive. If apprehended, that soldier must spend years within Acalor Prison, or, if so sentenced, death by public mutilation! Nae, independence [from the Amazonian military] holds more value to me than death.” –Nevaline, Satchel & Sword I.: The Search for the Saluka Stone.

What does Rebirth mean to you? Have you already experienced a Rebirth in your life?

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3 Responses

  1. Virginia says:

    Rebirth is a big word and a big steep changing our life but at the same time everything remain the same. A person has to change everything inside and out during that transition of that rebirth destiny.

    • admin says:

      Yes, I agree. Rebirth is a part of destiny. Many would say that our destiny is already written. Many others would say that we make our own destiny. Certainly both sides are very loaded with many layers of ideas and explanations. I say that our destiny is there if we want to take it.

  2. Ivan Vukosav says:

    I think we experience many rebirths throughout our lives. As we progress through life’s stages we experience a sort of rebirth that matures us a little each time. I believe that as we progress from infants to adulthood we are constantly experiencing a rebirth of our mind and soul until the final day when we are completely reborn and leave this dimension altogether.