Kaydian N Kerr

(JamaicÂ)

Happiness (1)


Your very own Happiness lies in your hands.
But, True Happiness comes from God.
He alone can grant you that sweet bliss of Happiness.

You gotta open your eyes and see all that.
As a job, a man/woman won't make u happy;
You gotta do that for yourself!

Exercise your faith and trust God always to open your gateway to Happiness!

Submitted: Monday, August 12, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013
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Written due to the fact that too often men and women complain about being sad. Blaming their sadness on their marital and employment status. Which is pure rubbish!

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  • Rookie - 622 Points Dave Walker (8/12/2013 3:59:00 PM)

    I really must agree with you. We all have choices in life,
    so instead of people complaining they should make a choice.
    A great write. (Report) Reply

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