thoughts for the heart and soul
~blondePoet says and i quote: Live,love,laugh,and reach out your hand, for there may be no tomorrow.Be all you can ,while you can"
I have learned to cherish every moment as it was my last
I have learned that life scuttles without any hesitation so fast
In a glimpse you can gain the whole world
In another you can lose all in one word
Time ticks and never takes a break
Love yourself and others for God’s sake
Don’t fall into the abyss of boredom for it is man’s only foe
Into the diverse lands of our globe venture and freely row
Find beauty in every moment the good and the bad
You will die one day and yearn for the past and what you had
Be thankful for all the blessings and never try to question the present
Everything happens for a reason even if you lost during this event
Know that the future extends way further than now
Don’t lose faith ask why, how come and how
Have faith in God Almighty that everything will ultimately turn out for the best
Do you best, put your heart and soul in the whole thing depend on God for the rest
Banish the dim feelings, make something out of your life, don’t quit
Don’t walk clueless, hunched and wrecked find a goal and work the stars to it
Don’t take the present for granted for one day you will meet your maker
And when the time comes you can never stop nor beg the undertaker
Thank you BlondePoet for the Amazing QUote Live,love,laugh,and reach out your hand, for there may be no tomorrow.Be
all you can ,while you can
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