Generation to Generation

BY: heidiH

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By divine selection we are born to our parents.
You have allowed me to be a recipient
of my parents extraordinary love.
You, have weaved the fabric of their
character and values into my DNA.
You have made them the yardstick by which
I measure myself.

Thank you for choosing my parents for me.
They are the reason I have learned to
make things right, to not hold grudges.
They are the reason I have learned
unconditional love for family.

I am grateful to You for my extraordinary parents.
I am grateful to You for linking generation to generation
ancestors, grand-parents, parents, children and
those who have yet to be born. 




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