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Simple and to the point

Updated on September 2, 2012

The Simple

As you go through life and the challages that come with it you would never think that the simple things in life could and would be the place thing that would make you HAPPY.....

What is SIMPLE and How do you mkae it Happen right?

To me it is when life just happens and I can cry, dream, ect. and most of all desire the most in life that has to offer. Being a mother of 4 almost Teens I love and enjoy the time I spend with my family because life can not get any simpler then that and I tell you when you can sit back and laugh at your self with your family then not thing else should matter.

How can you want the simple life you might be asking your self, but that is as simple as saying it. The main reason we might come to this is because I would have to say that most people that I have come across that have money have never looked and felt happy because they have or had everything that they wanted and for that I would rather have a simple life and just maybe the Lord up stairs might grant me most more in life.

So what I am trying to say is simple and to the point wanting things is ok, But always remember that when the Lord is ready to give you all that you would desire it might just make you happy to be with the simple things in life. Also that's when life is opening doors for you and all the loss on the hope and faith you thought you didn't have is and was always there.


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      yougo247 5 years ago from Oklahoma City

      Thank you for your comments and keep up the great work.

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      Mary Hyatt 5 years ago from Florida

      I enjoyed your Hub about keeping things simple. We should all do that. I'm glad to have found you here in Hubland. I'm looking forward to reading more of your work. Regards, Mary