words that describe someone who
shatters connections with her anger,
injuring strangers and loved ones alike,
as she indulges her selfishness time and again.
There are words for what I am.
But teach me to let them go,
to look within and see You,
You with your own words.
Your presence enables me to be.
Let me celebrate the worth
Your presence gives me,
honoring your perfect grace
by seeing it and accepting it,
and by living fully aware of You.
There is a word for what I am:
posted by Susan DiamondDuring the holidays, I am reminded of how my daughter expressed her wishes during the holiday season when she was 10 years old. This is the story of my daughter’s determination--and of how her parents handled it. We lived in a wonderful home in Honolulu. We celebrated Hanukkah. We lit the Menorah ...
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