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When I Was A Child

When I Was a Child

When I was a child, I spoke like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child; when I became an adult, I put an end to childish ways. 450 more words

Life Notes

Personal Reflection to “Aged or Experienced”, P. 151, Chapter 4, Interpretation

Journal entry 1:28 A.M, Wednesday, October 21, 1998: Why must age pre-requisite proverb? … being aged enough to created and older now, I see the need for experience… 11 more words

My Absence and Maturity

It’s May already. It was warm enough to wear a tank top and shorts the other day. My winter coats are nowhere to be found. The world around me is fully green, fully alive–and so am I. 578 more words

In my own head.

On some mornings I take a really hard look at myself in the mirror. A really long, really objective look. Were those lines there yesterday? Those freckles? 194 more words


15 Ways Young Souls Love Differently

lauren rushing1. We are not afraid of something different. Young souls see the world with fresh eyes and want to experience absolutely everything the world has to offer. 37 more words


First in Flight

Mother birds probably sprain their own wings from the force of pushing their children out the comfort and protection of their nest then the exertion from pulling them back in before they hit the ground. 66 more words

Just Thinking

Why you should be selfless │© Fola Daniel Adelesi

Till date, it is still very amazing that so many people don’t know they need to be selfless just so that life can be a lot easier for them and the people around them. 757 more words

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