Hello and Welcome


Hello. Welcome to my new blog...'Between the Jackets'. What's it about? Life. Everything that happens between the jackets of birth and death. The real story. It's about people of all shapes and sizes, different personalities, unusual struggles, and funny situations. This also includes children, animals, crawling, creeping, and swimming creatures.

Let's face it, some days life serves you a big plate of worms. Not very tasty in my opinion. Other days it's a 'picture perfect' stuffed turkey next to a crystal dish filled with cranberry sauce. Yum! And please don't forget there are going to be those 'cheeseburger and fries' days, which essentially boils down to the funny, awkward, and in between moments of day to day living. Because life is pretty much unpredictable, I'm going to do my best at getting it right. Some days I know I won't. The best books and stories ever written come from personal experience and the struggles we face every day. These struggles we eventually overcome and, oftentimes, laugh about. They are the hidden treasures that make up the space 'Between the Jackets' and are well worth remembering.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Why Does God Hate Me?


Why does God hate me?

Every day of my life i work until my hands are numb and i have a massive migraine, I've been just barely passing through school for years but I'm still not getting good grades, i do all the work but i just never get the grades.

Best Answer - Chosen by Asker

I don't know who you are, but you sound like an awesome hard working individual, a person with integrity. We can't all be born a genius. It's the way life goes. Does that mean we stop trying? Absolutely not! God doesn't hate you. He loves you. We don't grow or develop physically or spiritually without facing trials. Those trials are what make us who we are and what we will become. God is aware of every single human being on this planet. But we don't all get the same breaks, have like problems, identical bodies, great health, strong arms and legs. We don't see, hear, taste, smell, or feel the same. You're different. I'm different. Everyone is different. And you need to come to terms with that. It's okay that none of us are perfect. You're young...be patient. Give your body and mind time to develop and learn the skills you desire. You eat an elephant...one bite at a time. I don't know anyone capable of stuffing the entire elephant in their mouth all at once.

Have you thought about getting some extra help? Find a tutor. Tutors can really help students improve their grades. I think it might be worth it to you. What's most important here? Don't give up. Keep working. Hang in there. You're not the only one. You're worth the effort! Good luck.

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