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So....


So
what is there to prove
about my own life experience...


I am enough
even though
I'm not finished yet
and the journey
is fresh, new every day.


We have what we have
and that is what we bring...
our own talents
ones we sometimes doubted,
or ones we were surprised by
because we thought we never had
them to begin with
at all.


Listen,
God doesn't make junk...
You are enough
We are enough
I am enough...
we all have enough within
ourselves.


This is the lesson we
become aware of sometimes,
   slowly
and it is a lesson we
learn by ourselves
either in a lightning flash
or in a slow burning that lights
a tinder
under us.


We are enough
and we shall uncover ourselves,
each of us,
in our own time.



Copyright August 14, 2013
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Melissa A Howells   Meloo from her Tilt-a-World





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