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January 26, 2013


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I hope that someone sees the unbeautiful in me. These days, I am quite undesirable, indeed. My mistakes and bad choices surmount and war to destroy me.


well, my friend, why would one see the unbeautiful in you and want to dwell upon any flaw you may or may not have? what you see as undesirable, others do not. what you choose to hold onto is what keeps you enslaved to that which seeks to blossom and flourish and add fragrance to another's day. And many are blessed by your presence. See those who are blessed and savor their love... the rest do not mean anything. there are always those who will not see your goodness and the strength within your broken days... always. Christ himself was rejected and he was perfect. Why do we expect the world to accept us when even our Lord was tossed aside?

Choose THIS DAY... seize THIS DAY... yesterday is gone. tomorrow may never come.

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