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The Philosophy of the Great Sin Hunt – Part Nine

Confront happiness.

Author’s Note: The book’s primary intent was to justify human’s subconscious consumption of the infamous Seven Deadly Sins. With its twists and turns that may or may not exist in one’s mind, Philosophy has become the ultimate king.

Confront happiness. Confront principles. Confront love.

I have none of that. Give me courage, more time, and understanding. No one would ever know what my mind grieves over. No one else would hold my hand the same way as Eli would. No one would love me. I am going to die alone. Might as well do it now.

Aw, come on, Skye! Stay around a little bit longer. A beautiful wonder is coming into your life. Believe it. Pray for it. Plead for it. It will happen. True love can happen.

Shut up!

My mobile phone rings. Oh, someone loves me. Who could it be? Yes, it is ringing. God, I feel dizzy. But I hear it. It is ringing. So loudly. I recognize my ringtone. It is mine.

“Hello?” a kind voice greets.

Huh. She sounds eerily familiar. Like an angel. Though she seems insignificant in my life. As if I have learned to forget about her all through these years. Oh. She must have hurt me badly in the past. Like, she abandoned me and broke my trust. “Who is this?”

“Skye, it’s Sally,” she says, “your big sister. Remember her?”


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