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  9437.     

One's Experience Should Be Enough to Convince

When something is known with no doubting about it.
The need to share or question others,
Regarding the acceptance of it...
Is unnecessary.
One's experience should be enough to convince.

Unless,
One wishes to invite an argument.
Then,
By all means...
Begin to send out those invitations.
 
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  9438.     

One's Greatest Achievement

An earlier life one lived,
Bombarded by nonstop activities...
Beset by ailments experienced,
And emotional tragedies.
Is not a life one seeks for an eternity to live,
When a calming done comes and has been reached.

One who achieves a peace of mind,
And given time to acknowledge those blessings...
Enjoyed when they arrive regardless of the gossip,
Done or innuendos spread by some...
Is a life one can reflect upon,
With a cherished gratefulness one learns to protect.

This is with an honesty said to be when known,
One's greatest achievement to date to one shown...
With a welcoming that is personally appreciated.
 
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  9439.     

One's Lofty Perch

Never waste in haste,
An impatience to chastise...
How someone should live their life.
Unless you are prepared to explain,
Why that day comes...
When your head is lowered in shame!

One's lofty perch,
Is seldom cemented!

The Earth giveth and receiveth all.
And for many...
Dirt may be considered worthless,
But it ain't! No, it isn't.
The Earth collects everything.
Even if it is tainted!
 
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  9440.     

One's Own Understanding Of Life

The most difficult thing one can do,
Is to break away from that which comforts...
To pursue one's own understanding of life,
No one else has or can from their past...
Can say they have had enough experience to debate.
 
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