Time does indeed heal all wounds. But this time is abstract. It cannot be quantified. For some healing comes easily and quickly. For some it takes a little bit more time to reach acceptance. For those like myself … it took 16 years to go through the 6 degrees of separation and finally be able to embrace acceptance.
Laughter, as they say is the best medicine. And the nice part about this is that it doesnt need a doctors signature neither is it purchased.
They say that time heals all wounds. That could indeed be true. But what also rings true is the fact that although wounds might heal, they leave scars. Some of these scars do fade away with time but some stubbornly refuse to be ignored and remain a painful reminder of their fateful cause.
Death is the distant rumor to the young Whose horizons are still home to the sunrise And are unprepared for premature sunsets.....
A poem inspired by the super powers love evokes within us...
Every Friday, I will feature one friend on my timeline. I will introduce them to you, tell you about their passions/grind/business in the hopes that if you ever need a service/product that they offer, then you will call them up! My first recommendation or highlight is Bhekusiko Bhebhe. My neighbour, my friend
Whilst the marjority of people cry and moan about their problems and the economic woes of this country, there are other people in this very country who are living life like nothing is wrong at all in Zimbabwe.How can they be able to do this?
Source: Shannel and Nickson’s Fairytale Wedding
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