ACCEPT YOURSELF

Live each day well and wisely
We are here to love each other,
serve each other and uplift each other.
A kind word will keep someone warm for years.
Man is born to live and not prepare to live.
You already know the answer to the questions
lingering inside your head…
Happiness comes from a good life.
True wisdom is found in happiness.
You only need look to your own reflection
for inspiration. Because you are Beautiful!
You are not a person who can be ignored,
you create enthusiasm around you.
Keep your feet on the ground
even though friends flatter you.
Love because it is the only true adventure.
Love can last a lifetime, if you want it to.
The best is yet to come.
Be patient: in time, even an egg will walk.
“Accept yourself”

© Walter J. Wojtanik – 2016

NaPoWriMo 2016 – Day #13: “Fortune Cookie Poem”

WHEN FIRE AND WATER GO TO WAR WATER ALWAYS WINS.

Meeting adversity well is the source of your strength.
The man on the top of the mountain did not fall there.
Men do not fail… they give up trying.
Your skill will accomplish what the force of many cannot.
He who climbs a ladder must begin at the first step
The race is not always to the swift,
but to those who keep on running.
Today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday
Do not worry, you will have great peace.
When fire and water go to war, water always wins.

© Walter J. Wojtanik – 2016

NaPoWriMo 2016 – Day #13: “Fortune Cookie Poem”

THAT’S HOW THE FORTUNE CRUMBLES, COOKIE!

A love at first sight outshines all second thoughts.

A stolen moment takes time.

Bad comedian = no laughing matter.

Make love like war, but forget the body count.

He who pay piper, calls tune – as long as piper take request.

Wooing a woman is a case of mind over matter.
If she doesn’t mind, it doesn’t matter.

Give the devil his due, and pray he has change.

Success. The price they pay for the job we do.

Wisdom thrives between the heart and mind.
Avoid heartlessness and mindlessness
lest you be wisdom-less.

© Copyright Walter J. Wojtanik – 2013

Written to prompt for NaPoWriMo 2013 – Day 21: Fortune Cookie