RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Standing rigid and unbendable, certain people think they are important.
In positions of power or control, they become satan's advocates - maiming and hurting those under their supervision.
When looked at under the light of God, Himself, they somehow don't glitter or glisten within or without.
Black sooty souls protruding into other's lives.
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