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You can’t control who comes into your life

It would be nice if everyone had a digital patch on them that sent you signals as to whether this person would be a match for you. I don’t mean a romantic match. I mean a friend, colleague, or acquaintance match. It would help to make one’s life easier and cut down on unnecessary noise. It can certainly cut down on aggravation and temper tantrums of sort. I know there are times when I am internally kicking myself in certain company. Hence, a detector would be super useful.

But then again, what would be the fun in just meeting people that may be similar or possibly compatible.

We can’t control who comes into our lives. And, that is a good thing. People will exit stage left. Others will enter stage right. They all leave some kind of footprint in our lives and minds. Even if we are not aware of it at the moment.

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  1. Smiles i Go to Places
    Where No One
    Welcomes

    me And
    Play

    Other Folks
    Chop Folks
    Heads Off (Delete/
    Defriend/Ban)

    If They
    Veer off A
    Note on

    The

    Choir
    Sheet
    From Church

    Spineless
    Souls

    Come

    From A World
    Of Swipe Left
    Right

    Delete

    Instant
    Gratification

    Humans

    With

    No Stomach
    For What

    It

    Takes

    To Survive

    Or Even

    Prevent

    The End Of

    Liberty

    Grit

    Human

    Grit Standing

    Up To The Fires

    Of Life And

    Not

    Burning

    The Strength

    Of Courage

    Down Developing

    Thick Enough

    Skin

    To Love The
    Rain Embrace
    The Lightning

    Without

    Fearing The Thunder

    Lambs

    Or

    Goats

    For The
    Sure footed
    Mountain

    Of

    Love

    Or
    Sacrifice
    Of Soul Weakness…

    Yes of Course

    There are

    Limits yet

    It’s become

    A Circus Afraid Of Clowns…

    Producing

    ‘Amazing Jokers’…

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