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A New Beginning

A New Beginning


Written by Stacey Chillemi





There comes a time when the meaning of life begins to make sense,

At first we may not understand why things happen the way they do,

The sky at first may look dark,

The path one needs to walk down may be hard to see,

Remember the stars are the brightest when the nights seem the darkest

Look up at the stars and make a wish

One wish

Never let your breast cancer control your destiny,

Move forward,

Never move backwards

Plan a positive, fulfilling future,

Never let your tragedy control your mind, body and soul,

Never give up,

Be in control,

Accept yourself,

Accept your epilepsy,

Love yourself now and forever,

Developing epilepsy

Makes you feel barricaded against a corner

Giving up is not an option,

The present is now,

Today is a new day,

If you stay down life will pass you by,

Therefore, each time you fall

Help yourself get up,

Fight the battle

Win your battle,

To win the battle all you need to do is try,

Winning the battle is teaching yourself how to live a healthy productive life,

Helping you cope,

Life may not always be what you planned it to be,

The road you lead may have some u-turns involved,

Do not fear,

For change can be good,

Follow the path that was destined for you,

The sun is now shinning,

You can now see your path

There is a plan, a destiny that awaits you,

Do not question your destiny,

Do not ask questions such as “why me?”

Follow life's journey the one that has been planned for you.

Do not be afraid,

Take one day at a time,

Be proud of who you are,

Walk with courage and your head up high,

Believe in yourself,

Focus on the positive,

For the footsteps embedded in ground of your new path will become the solid foundation to you future.

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