Good, or Bad, only Life Lessons.
Good is a happy marriage, but it can go sour in time,
Bad is a bankruptcy, but the smart learn never get into that grime.
When the bully overpowers the weak, eventually he/she learns to became strong
Finding self confidence or stay weak for life-long.
Good or bad teaches us for something useful to grow,
Why would we oppose, gripe, fight against any sorrow?
However, foolish pleasures are there not to be hooked on,
The law of life will prevail, you'll answer for it, you cannot run.
Think it over if you want to spend your life in misery,
In fear, anger, hatred, envy, revenge, sickness or tragedy.
Instead let go, follow your feelings & be happy in every moment,
Giving thanks for everything, true happiness & never have any resentment.
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