>Out of each desire comes some sort of consequence
The reward from those desires are truly of relevance
You can innately choose to act upon every single desire
Or you can choose the good ones and the bad ones, extinguish their fire
Your reactions to actions are no one elses’ to place the blame
The only words that should come to mind is your very own name
Sometimes we put ourselves in precarious predicaments
Because we’re comfortable being uncomfortable & we don’t care about the consequence
Sometimes we make ill-fated choices because we say that’s all we know
But for ourselves we can’t see up, so we think we have no place else to go
Every day we sacrifice ourselves because we believe we can’t do any better
So we live our day to day becoming our very own debtor
There could never be a price we could pay for our very own lives
Remembering some of your consequences should make you break out into hives
But even though we remember, we soon seem to forget
And we somehow begin to believe that our consequences aren’t legit
We can no longer place blame on others for the things that we go through
At what point in your life do you take responsibility for what you do
We have to know that some of the consequences stems from our past
Even though we might be better now, our penance we can’t outlast
Consequences brings recompense that each of us must pay
But isn’t it better when the consequence is from something good you did that day

Published by Kai Mann

Empowering and educating others around the world about the nature of self-love, self-growth, and the importance of self-awareness that leads to authentic change and infinite transformation.

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