Author: Daniel Luther Myers
Strength, in life, used to carry one on until
their inevitable end.
Each day, each acquaintance, each experience,
Creates our strength that we use to form our
Do not fear life, for fear carries your hand
across the threshold into darkness.
Instead embrace life and all it offers.
In doing this, you shall achieve the Zen, the
sought after Paradise in each of our hearts.
This Paradise that is gained from the
strengths of our hearts and souls.
Allow your body to become a temple to your
strengths and you shall receive no
weaknesses, and reap all of the fineries of
Do not contain your knowledge inside you.
For, to completely reach your Paradise, you
must share your strengths with those without
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