Aldo Kraas

Rookie (July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)

TURN BACK THE CLOCK


The child Abuse survivors
Wished that they could have their childhood lives again
But their childhood lives are over
And they were abused by their mothers and fathers
But if I could turn back the clock I would
And I would give their childhood lives back once again but I would never be Able to look at their mothers and fathers eyes again
It is so ashame that their mothers and fathers
Had sexually abused them
But I ask myself who can the Child Abuse survivors trust today and always
Also I believe that they know that life is full of roadblocks and pain
Let me do a favor for the child abuse survivor of Canada by working Together with them to help them relieve their pain of child abuse
Also I will remove the roadblocks from their lives
So that they can live a normal life again by playing their cards safely in their Lives
Because every card represents something new in their lives
Child abuse survivors don't be afraid to dream because dreaming is like Breathing and you need to breathe in order to survive
Child abuse survivors meditate everyday because by meditating you will get Your energy back
Also child abuse survivor have a positive outlook on life and leave the negative Thoughts behind or discard the negative thoughts in the Threshold
God I ask you to protect the child abuse everyday and guide them wherever they are
And I say to that long Live the child Abuse survivor

Submitted: Saturday, March 05, 2011

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