Blessing Anastasia Abaka

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Your Words, You Mind, Your soul

Words are powerful motivators
We can use them to curse or bless others,
Encourage or discourage,
inspire or belittle
Enliven or deaden,
Embolden or frighten,
Grudging or ungrudging,
Embroiled or disembroil.

The mind is a powerful tools
You have to develop it,
Protect it,
And use it wisely
But most important than your mind
It's your soul that touches people
You can touch the world
It's depend on who you are
It's who your are meant to be.

Sometimes the connection you make with others
Sneaks up with you.
You share experiences
You have history
You from a bond.
The briefest connection can make
The strongest most indelible impression

Sometimes we lied so that we can leave
And we also lie so that we can return
But beyond that,
We do everything in our capacity to live by the truth.
it's not complicated,
It, s very simple
It's because YOU LOVE THEM.

Submitted: Friday, December 14, 2012
Edited: Friday, December 14, 2012

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To nature who taught me how live is being defined... and to my Siblings who i love so much.

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