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Author: joezwells
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way too much stuff on my mind. i just dont know whats going on at the moment. too many unanswered questions and unfinished thoughts


can you endure?

do you have strength to get through the harsh times?

do you have the courage to accept the enevitable changes in life?

do you have the wisdom to let go of battles you can not fight?

do you have the hope that tomorrow will come with the morning sunrise?

can you endure?

will you let go of pasts unchangable?

will you speak up when your nerves overwhelm and your given the floor?

will do what you know needs to done for the good of you and all around?

will you live for the moment and not insist on more?

can you endure?

when a door is open will you walk through?

when a door closes will dwell on the what ifs?

when an obstacle presents itself will dive head first?

can i endure?

can i survive?

can i sit here and stop looking for answers without knowing what my question is?

can i stand up and get on with my life?

can i do what i know needs to be done for the good of me and all around?

can i endure???

Submitted on 2009-05-18 02:28:14     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Wow very powerful... I know exactly how you feel. I love how you leave this with your readers wondering.. questioning.. ourselves (can we endure) very nice!!


We do think alike after all I have a post titled Endure as well you WON"T have to click veiw all its right there at the bottom of my posts on my home page so to speak (check it out)
| Posted on 2009-06-08 00:00:00 | by jackz | [ Reply to This ]

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