RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
Special purposes carried on angel's wings, lifting tenderly,
innocent spirits of little children who have no way to reach
internal peace as yet.
Sanctuaries are literally unknown to children and that is a shame of parents who don't take the time to share nature with them.
Belonging to a special place in time should be inherent, but is not
Children should be taught to look within themselves and find their
inner peace and talents.
Gifts from birth need to be given the chance to grow and flourish,
they need to teach self-reliance and self-love.
Then so many children will remain true to themselves, filled with
morals and true ethics, and in turn pass these valuable lessons on
to their children.
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