Vagaries of men, and women alike They all end up in a pocket of the pooer and the insecure, I only blend with masses, Such is the faith of those who bought schooling but not class.
If you want to burn in hell,
Buy yourself a gun, a machine gun.
With it you could spill all the blood,
Of innocent people and enjoy a rampage
No sage would allow.
Now there is no other expression of hate, anger an wrath,
As killing another men for sheer fun and ease to relief and relive the moment
Of giving death to innocent or not so innocent men.
The nature, the tree,
You all were born to be free.
But nowadays forests are humbled
And made into furniture and the books.
We should emerge in the new old
And become friends with the spirits of the woods.
Rooftop or a basement
They spin around without nerve
Without caution they blend their spirit
With the universe
I only stand and observe.
Sitting in a city,
Waiting for a meeting.
Time passes by and I understand that nothing is free.
You either pay with time or energy.
When opening this book for the first time I did not expect to get so much value as I actually did when finishing it.
The book is awesome and worth every penny. Brad Stone tells the story of struggle and success on Jeff Bezos’s behalf in building a household name in the sphere of eCommerce.
The book allows seeing how such an empire is built gradually. Jeff is ever experimental CEO who is ready to take risks and manage people in direction of immense success.
I would recommend this book to any Start Upper or eCom enthusiast.
I myself found it profound, entertaining, intelligent and at times even philosophical.
There is even Jeff’s personal email address mentioned at the end. So you could write to the CEO who is worth Billions yourself.
If you have any questions, go ahead an comment. Will gladly answer any of those.