Love letters and swear words

Proverbs 12:4

A wife of noble character is her husband’s crown, but a disgraceful wife is like decay in his bones.


I can be bratty, selfish, and petty when I want to be…spoiled…rotten no, but spoiled nonetheless—first by my Maa and Didd’a and now by my King. Yet, neither is ever how I desire my light to beam. I much rather be polite, generous, and greater than crude human nature. I cannot change being spoiled, but I can be deserving of that which and who has spoiled me. This is why the process of living and growing is so beautiful to me. The longer I live, the more I cherish all that I was, am and will be.

Strive to be greater today than yesterday, and tomorrow far greater than today, and all the world near and far will be a wee bit greater because of You.

 

breathe,

—♥Egypt

 

About Egypt English 304 Articles
Writer, Loveologist and Publisher, E. English was reborn and reared in Sapponi country, fell in lust with poetry, studied English Literature in Western Maryland, then learned the streets and suckled the bittersweet tits of Great Mother Piscataway. E's world evolves around the exercising of the power of love to help others live healthy, happy and healed lives filled with abundance and wealth.

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