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be nice. it's always been my struggle telling my past...much of it contains not so nice stories or experiences but does contain the most wonderful and beautful triumph, a happy life lived with some heartbreak but surely no regrets!

Love and joy are just as contagious as malice and evil :) So fight on with smiles!

As you think, you travel, and as you love, you attract.

There's never enough time. But time is so relative, therefore we must make the most of it. Because when it's time to say goodbye, our life begins once again and then, time is infinite. But it's the time we spend with certain people and things on this planet that make time seem short and never enough.

Ladies Love Cool James by Lee Crutchley | Quoteskine, via Flickr

its starts from you, so believe what I know... you are amazing! After all I know you best and I see what you may not, so until you see it too, let me give you the words of encouragement you need, the hand to hold, and the shoulder to lean on! I love you both!

"Don't Wait for Perfection" by carmelscribe, via Flickr. Jump in and do! Just by making a start you're already miles ahead of those still too afraid of making a mistake to begin the race.

not one on this earth will not feel the impact of this world fallen. Look unto the Lord and he will heal the broken heart.

Discovery consists not in seeking new land but in seeing with new eyes.

"One often meets their destiny on the way to somewhere else. At first glance it may appear too hard. Look again. Always look again." - Mary Anne Radmacher /ExLibrisJournals on etsy

"It is foolish to expect the infinite God TO PLACE THE DYNAMITE OF HEAVEN IN THE CARELESS HANDS of a Christian who does not know the travail of soul that Christ had..." ~ John R. Rice