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With a new month comes another chance, leaving behind regret for goals not yet reached. This poem by T.J. Farr makes an encouraging point.
“If we might have a second chance
To live the days once more,
And rectify mistakes we’ve made
To even up the score;
If we might have a second chance
To use the knowledge gained,
Perhaps we might become at last
As fine as God ordained.
But though we can’t retrace our steps
However stands the score,
Tomorrow brings another chance
For us to try once more.”
Providentially, I found this poem between pages of one of my Papa’s favorite books.
May this month of March give you favors in the…
“The power of agreement cannot be overlooked.”