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Life's Funny Ways

Angela Davis

Publisher: Xlibris AU

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Summary

Lifes funny ways is a book of poems about reconnecting with your inner spirit.
The ways in which we are reminded of our strengths, our weaknesses, our ego, our pride.
The journey we travel, along the road with You - even when we dont know it.
The way that You try to guide us - it can be a very bumpy ride!
You try to help us with humour, with love and compassion, but,
Sometimes we fail to listen. You keep trying and trying. So,
When all else fails - You give us a swift kick, to get us out of the rut.
All the time, waiting and hoping that we will, You, get to know.
Hoping that we will remember You.
That we will live - knowing
Your love for us too.
When us, to Heaven, You bring.

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