yeah im gonna when i get back home, i'm fine now but its weird like everytime i think about how things were back home, i get in that slump and just feel like there's no point. right now i'm fine though, optimistic as **** and hopeful, it's the times when i lose track of that is when it's tough. i got alot going for me, getting basic allowance for housing at sergeants pay for going to school, that plus state-wage unemployment for a year, plus drill pay, plus other stuff. counting my blessings, this deployment probably was the best thing ever happening to me as far as getting back on my feet and actually seeing a path to take when i get home. i'm an uncle to 2 nephews now and so i have that to look forward to lol...plus my place in scranton i made a layout of what i want to do with my room and how im going to turn it into the ultimate theatre/gaming lounge, and the livingroom im going to turn into a gym.
Battle is a pure form of expression. It is heart and discipline, reduced to movement and motion. In battle, the words are swept away, giving way to actions-- mercy, sacrifice, anger, fear. These are pure moments of expression.