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I hope you can fall in love with this too

By Abel Udoekene

I hope you can fall in love with yourself more
and think less of your doubts,
I hope I could open your eyes to see the future
and teach you the beauty of our journey.

I hope you can understand the strength of your smile,
and the purpose of your life ,
I hope you can see life the way it is
and forge ahead with determination.

I hope you can fall in love with your dreams too
and do more to make them real,
I hope you will always remember your name
and guard it with pride.

I hope you can fall in love with your mistakes too
and let them teach you to be firm,
I hope you can just let go of past hurt
and embrace the beauty of today.

I hope you can make fear your friend too,
and empower your passion for greatness,
I hope you can greet everyone you meet with a smile too,
and light up our World with hope.

Here is the truth dear friend,
“Life won’t treat you good because you are good”
I hope you can understand this too,
rejection will call, fear will looms,
struggle will be thick,
but my dear, you will always survive.

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Written by Abel Udoekene Jnr

Abel is a blogger, a social media strategist and a small business influencer.

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Nditoeka
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Another wonderful motivational piece.. Please keep them coming

David Gutierrez
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David Gutierrez

I hope you can write me a Poem too…. Nice piece, thank you

Tony Stewart
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Tony Stewart

Powerful, amazing and wonderful, thank you

Elna Brad
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Abel, thank you for sharing your thoughts, it is always a pleasure to read your lines daily. I hope we could host you someday

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