Message In Stanza

Poetry and Musings

I am a total people pleaser. One of my biggest pet peeves is people speaking badly about me when I am not around. I dislike gossip. I believe it’s still considered gossip even if you accurately talk about an unfavorable situation that happened but you make judgmental remarks about the people involved. I know you all …

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Life is like a firework ready to burst with excitement. The grand finale is ready for you. It’s not just end of a life but the end of a huge accomplishment, whether it be graduation, the birth of a child, etc. But keep in mind, losing your teeth, standing up to a bully, etc. are …

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Here is my inspiration from daily post: Patience. Patience is a lost art today. Think of a grandparent. They have the patience of a noon day sun. They are in no hurry to set but just basking in the glory the day has to offer. That’s patience to me. It’s equivalent to honoring someone’s time. But …

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I love this Scripture and wanted to sure this with everyone: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance: against such there is no law.” (KJV). Prayer: Lord God, Teach is what it means to longsuffer for Your glory and honor. It may seem like a burden …

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Don’t you just love God’s beautiful creation? 😊   Here is a poem inspired by these pictures: The moon is this illumating sphere in the sky Giving off a light to show us the path of life Nature teaches us there no two paths alike Like there are different varieties of butterflies All created by …

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Verbal abuse is a silent plague and the statistics of how often verbal abuse happens is underwhelming. According to Bonnie Lynn Wright, Ph.d, she explains why, “Because people who are mentally abused tend to blame themselves for being abused, they do not report the abuser. We build our perception of ourselves through the response and …

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Social competence and the ability to adhere well to the “unwritten” rules of society makes one successful. But putting time and effort into something but not having the social graces for circumstances can leave one futile. It doesn’t matter if you have the heart of a saint but don’t play the “social game,” you’ll always …

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