Her head slammed against the car door. She balanced in time to get thrown into the seat.
The BMW zoomed at a breaking speed, cutting past cars and zoning into unprecedented passages like it was an everyday happening. Colt was taking it all with ease, his only tense moment being when he checked mirrors – rear and side – and found Mason on his trail.
Continue reading “Operation Armastus (4) – Gone Wrong”
Write the vision, make it plain upon tables. So this morning, I was pondering failed dreams and accomplished dreams. Those who succeed with their goals, and the group that doesn’t. Is there a difference?
Here’s my two cent: goals are goals, dreams are dreams. What determines fulfilment isn’t the size or impact of the goals, but the mindset.
Continue reading “When it’s over, it’s really over… or not.”
There was no escape.
Not in the next minute, not in the next five minutes, not in the next score minutes, not in the next half hour. Maybe not ever, Kim thought.
She stood behind the agent she now thought of as Colt, watched as he faced the steakhouse to address the diners.
The aging king wrote, “To every thing there’s a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.” He went on highlight those things. But there was one he didn’t mention.
It wasn’t so phenomenal in their days, I suppose.
There’s a time to… not dream. If you thought the title was a typo, be assured it is not. There’s a time to not dream.
She was free.
Kim ran her lower lip across the edge of a glass cup, drawing in the scent of Veleta grapefruit, and took a sip. Staring still at the liquid whirling in the glass, a comparison came to her: the inviting color of the wine shielding the stinging aftertaste it left on her tongue.
Just like her.
The objective was clear: Retrieve the girl.
The obstacles were obvious: Two independent organizations sought after her.
Agent Colt passed the first apartment in the hallway, Glock cocked, and stifled a surge of apprehension. His fingers clutched the metallic butt as he carried back to the first assignment. It had been a bloody end.
He hoped for a different outcome.
In the beginning, God made Heaven and Earth. And the Earth was without form. Right? So before Heaven and Earth occurred, there was nothing. Right again? Hm.
What if I inform you that there was something before the nothingness? There were creations before man. The existence of man only triggered a host of words, one of which is time. Continue reading “Keep At The Goal.”