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Strangers Watching

If we weren’t human And we were sitting outside of ourselves staring, Invisible through the windows of a cafe, We, humans--we would appear exquisite to the non-sapiens we were. We’d seem captivating with our long hair of a bright coral color, Or our fluffy and tight curls of brown. We’d seem vibrant, so creative, so… Continue reading Strangers Watching

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To Dream I often like to learn in the background, observe, not engage. I like to see the big scene, notice and absorb things. Then I like to ask questions—Why? Who? What did he do that for? Then sometimes I like to think, but mostly, I like to dream. How to Move A Mountain It… Continue reading Pebbles

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Love Oneself

To love oneself Is to be humble, And to be wise. To be understanding And a blessing to other lives. It doesn't need to compare. Because it knows you are greatly valued, Understands you are treasured, And sees that you matter— Not just to someone, but for so many. To love oneself is to know simply Why… Continue reading Love Oneself

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Life is a Parable

If life were a parable, Would you understand? Would you take the time to seek the teacher and ask the right questions? Would you hear the parable and seek its meaning? Or Would you turn your eyes? Would you be seeing, yet not perceiving? Would you turn blind, stop up and deafen your ears? Though… Continue reading Life is a Parable