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My Soul
Posted By: Candice Johnson on December 08, 2010


It is my soul that yearns to be free



Free of all the fear, doubt, and anger



And to embrace love, forgiveness, and faith





Each day I dare my soul to break free of the bondage



The bondage of self-conflict the hinders my Destiny





Although I can't see the whole road of my Destiny



I will keep moving until I get there





Even with the obstacles that believes it can stop me



It cannot stop me



And never will stop me



I am on a mission



Candice Johnson Copyright 2010 (C)


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MIISRAEL Bride
Academy of Art Col class of 1973
Encouraging..
Wednesday, December 8th 2010 at 7:17AM
Candice Johnson
Morris College class of 2005
Thanks :)
Wednesday, December 8th 2010 at 10:48AM
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