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"In my nearing end I have attended and left some unattended. I have gone when I should have stayed but strayed and though loving the moments hated the torments. I press forward toward my defined destination to have myself in reclamation made useful, this waste that I am. Thanks be to God!"
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gawalkman commented on Saturday, Feb 02, 2013 at 09:24 AM


This work demonstrates that one pivotal moment we encounter in life. It does so with an optimistic point of view. Thanks.

Teapotter commented on Tuesday, Feb 05, 2013 at 20:15 PM

I most always attempt to have an optimistic attitude.I don't always succeed but then, I am human. Thanks Walkie!

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