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Lesson Yourself

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Lesson Yourself

All of us folks we're all the same,
just takes some us of longer for the right knowledge to be gained
Some are full of love and understanding,
Some are just mixed up 
And some think they know it all
Some are waiting for others to roll their own ball
The lesson that needs to be learned here, 
is the ball's always been in our court
And what we do with that ball is up to us
Remember the fate that awaits if we keep rolling that ball the wrong way
Knowing deep down the price we will pay.
The person next to you might not know your wrongs
But you know they exist
Better to take the time to fix your flaws before suffering
to afraid to take the risk
For its not a risk to surrender yourself to the Almighty God
He hopes you'll join him in his holy sacred pod
He loves you dearly
And wants you to receive his message
But keep stepping in your own way
And you may never know the meaning behind this passage

by: Virginia Frayer

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