Quote: Being All That I Am


I didn’t think through little things, little words, and just being who I am, that I could impact someone in the smallest way, or in the biggest way. Without speaking sometimes, or just doing what I do, and sharing truths that I have laid dormant for so long. By revealing truths, my good, bad and indifferent thoughts, and feelings.

But I smiled today, within, and outside of my skin. Because I see, and it’s continued to be revealed to me, why I must not stop what I am doing. It means something to somebody every day, hour, or seconds. And it feels right, it feels good, just being all that I am.
Thank you, too all of you who leave such lovely comments and your support. You so inspire me! Hugs and kisses!
©Linda J. Wolff 2017 – http://www.urbanpoetry2017.com
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