The Superstitions of Arizona

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The Sun painting the mountains Gold.

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I AM THANKFUL

I AM THANKFUL FOR THE FAILURES

I am thankful for the failures,
That brought me to my knees,
And led me to pray,

Prayer, that led me to God,
And God, gave me courage,

That courage led me to try something new,
Which gave me confidence,

Confidence, showed me that I can succeed,
And success has taught me,
To appreciate my failures

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This Photo was taken of a chapel in Sedona Arizona.

BEWARE THE LIAR

BEWARE THE LIAR

Foolish is the liar who believes he does no harm,
Cutting through trust like an ax through a charm,

He’ll say omission is not a crime,
I’ll tell you the truth in my own time!

Foolish is the liar, who digs himself a hole,
He goes deeper and darker losing his very soul,

So Beware the liar and the poison he spews,
A coward is he, with everything to lose,

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Jesus on the Cross

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We Are Not Born Strong

We are not born strong, we gain strength through our trials, faith through our failures, trust by loving.

Love yourself enough to allow the tears to the flow, trust yourself enough to keep living and have faith that things will get better, for the strength you gain will lift another up someday.
Love hugs to you.

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The Superstition Mountains in Arizona.

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These magnificent mountains have intrigued many with the promise of Lost Gold. Many have lost their lives trying to find it.

Depending on the sunset, the mountains can change colors. This photo has not been retouched or changed.

Self Doubt

Even a cactus full of thorns, growing wild in the desert, with no person to care for it blooms with beauty.
And yet, we allow our own self doubts to prevent our own personal growth, hindering our ability to bloom.

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