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Wednesday, September 13, 2006
  The Malfunction Part XXVIII

I fell through the darkness for a long time and landed with a thud into a dark place. Shades of navy and indigo swirled around me. Somehow, I was unhurt by the fall, and my injuries from fighting the wolves had stopped bleeding. I stood up and walked towards a light in the distance.

As I got closer, I realized it was what appeared like a large screen in front of me. It was all static, as if there were no signal coming to it. Then it came to life and the screen went black and I saw my name in big white letters centered, like a title. The title faded and then images of people began to float in front of the screen, with their voices coming from all around me. I saw before my eyes all the people that I could have been a blessing to. The people I could have taught in Sunday school, people I could have encouraged, people I could have befriended, people who would have nothing to do with religion, but I could have been the person that shared God's love with them.

Their faces swirled around me, unhappy and depressed, in anguish and pain. Noises of lament, crying and sorrow surrounded my ears, reaching a crescendo that made my ears start to ache. I started to feel sensations of heat, heaviness and a non-specific feeling of oppression and fear all around me until everything went black, and the horrible noise ceased immediately.

Part XXIX

Thanks for reading,

AC

Anonymous Cog

 
Comments:
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we almost partnetrs for buisiness
 
hello sir.

we are running a call center in india..



amit
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bpo process
 
Such a nice blog.It is just like a dream..
 
I will allow your comments-even though they are simply all trying to get links to promote your call center sites. If you want to get a real link-please email me and we can discuss advertising.

Regards,

AC
 
Haha. Leaving the call center is the best decision you've ever made. Live a better life! :)
 
Nice blog and I feel your pain my friend, I'm still living this hell on a daily basis! My blog is similar to yours albeit a touch more ranting. I won't post the link here but feel free to check it out
 
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