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a few words of wisdom received on an e-mail..not knowing who the authors are..but very wise..let me share G-Ma :O)

In Life there are moments when you miss someone so much,

That you wish you coud grab them out of your dreams

And Hug them.


When a door closes, and then another ones opens,

But often we stand there so long looking at the closed door

That we do not see that one has opened.


I wish you in Life a lot of luck

Many trials to remain strong

Some tears to remain humble

Lot's of hopes, to become Happy.


When you were born you were crying,

Which everyone around you was smiling,

Always live your life smiling even when

Other people around you are crying.


Amen I say to you..and know I pray for you... G-Ma :O)

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Charlene 9 years ago

Merle : youare right when we miss someone, nothing can take there place,sometime a hugg help but we still miss the mther is always a hole,

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G-Ma Johnson 9 years ago from NW in the land of the Free Author


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Kenny Wordsmith 9 years ago from Chennai

How true, G-Ma. When one door closes, another opens. And when we ask, we receive.

And love, like mercy, is twice blessed!

Greats sentiment by the anonymous author. Thank you putting it up here. :)

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MrMarmalade 9 years ago from Sydney

These words are the sound of running water running over the gold in the river.

Thank you

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G-Ma Johnson 9 years ago from NW in the land of the Free Author

OMG you 2 are so my inspiration...Kenny and MrMarmalade and i think the world of you n\and like the phrase sound of running water..as you know.let it rain on me....I would always see you through..make it clear from the start...Hugs G-Ma :O)

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