She Was as an Abandoned Ship Adrift at Stormy Seas…
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“She remains a champion of a deliberate, thoughtful life and now encourages others to do the same.” Cynthia Guenther Richardson writes about women of wisdom, including her 89-year-old mother-in-law. via A Few Mavens of Wisdom: What They Offered Me — Discover
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This short Post reflects my vision of how we should come together as one race, the Human race, and stop being tied down and molded like paper mache. We are easily crumpled, ripped, and thrown away by others; but, paper can become any shape.
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It was through destruction I learned to rebuild, not what I lost, but what I found. Chaos brought me order; violence sold my soul to peace (It’s not as black as you would imagine, my soul that is). Through all the pain I gained strength, found guidance from within my own mistakes and the mistakes others passed onto me. I create my own being, no one hands me a plan and tells me to connect the dots. From this disaster that I call upbringing, I have found beauty underneath its’ downfall.
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