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Happiness October 10, 2012

Posted by shelleygblog in Uncategorized.
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My daughter had to interview me for her homework. When she asked, “what do you wish for me?” I said, “that you will always be loved for just who you are.”
When asked why I did not choose happiness, I said that I knew she would not always be happy, but that if someone could love her through it all, she would be fine, at peace. Sometimes I think loneliness is worse than sadness. You can fix sadness alone, but loneliness requires another, a dual effort…a bit more complicated.

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