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Debora Grandison
@JOYFULLYYOURS · 2:47

SCARS

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Her scar came from the installation of another particular device that she needed that helps to extend her life. And so I was thinking about how I felt when I initially received that scar. I wasn't happy. I was discouraged. I was like, wow, I didn't want anybody to see this car. I thought it was embarrassing. I always wanted to hide it

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Ann-Gela Kaye
@DearAuntyAng · 1:15
Your poem even made me think about heartbreak when our heart has been hurt. That's painful. But it's also a reminder that we once loved or that we have the capability to love. And you can't get hurt if you don't care, if you don't love. So even those scars are a reminder of the love that we have or even the love that we have for someone. So thank you so much for sharing
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Debora Grandison
@JOYFULLYYOURS · 1:12

@DearAuntyAng

Lessons to help us grow, lessons to strengthen us, lessons to increase our faith and build character. So I agree with you. It's more of really seeing how we can move forward through a situation circumstance, through a scar, through the healing process that needs to take place once a scar occurs. So thank you so much. I look forward to hearing more from you. God bless
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