One thing that bothers me is how people fail to realize how superb they are.
In these times, it's easy to dwell on what you aren't.
"I'm not in A Capella"
"I'm not in that AP class"
"I'm not pretty enough"
"I'm NEVER getting asked to Homecoming"
I desire so much to go up to everyone.
To stare into their eyes.
Eyes are the biggest give away to anyone. They can say they're fine, but you look in their eyes.
And just a ting of regret
Oh but when they look back. When they open their heart to you. You can see it.
The light of Christ.
I wish I could walk up to one of my brothers and sisters in the Gospel. To hold their hand and say, "You are extraordinary. God has blessed you with unique and wonderful talents for you to bless someone's life. You are a child of the divine creator, and therefore, so talented and amazing."
That's what makes me the saddest. When you see someone, a friend, colleague, a.q. And they have forgotten who they were, and let Satan tell them who he wants them to be.
Oh everyone, please do not forget your infinite worth. Please love, and respect this beautiful gift of life.
And please, know that I love you, and my arms are forever open for a hug.