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Thursday, April 04, 2013

I have been reading some things on the internet about self help. Boy do I need to do some work on myself to meet all that I have read!! Do I believe I can "fix" everything about!! Nor would I want to! I do not believe that there is a "perfect" person on this earth. I do believe that all of us have a higher power that we believe in and no I do not believe that it is the same "thing" to all of us. I can accept the differences in all of us and think that we have the right to our own lives as long as we are not harming anyone else.

Don't ask me where I am going with this rambling it is just the things that I was reading got me to thinking very deeply about my life and my beliefs and how some people just can't or won't accept the differences in others. So I say find peace and happiness within yourself and other good things will follow. Hopefully that is where I am headed and where I will stay for the rest of my days on this earth with peace and contentment with my own self.

Good night everyone! And happy thoughts and wishes to all of you!
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    1779 days ago
    Our differences are what make us individuals - not a heard of sheep! The world would be boring if we were all "perfect"' whatever that actually is.
    Peace and contentment are good goals - something we should all strive for.
    1779 days ago
  • JOHGLO2011
    We are all different aren't we? I believe we should cherish those differences. What a boring world it would be if we all were just alike ! emoticon
    1780 days ago
  • KELLEY106
    Good night and happy wishes to you also. I like you New attitude
    1780 days ago
    So glad you see things in the same light as I do. What a boring world it would be if everyone thought the same way. Have a wonderful evening. emoticon
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