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Written by Aremuorin

Some times you need to take a step back to see from a different perspective what God is trying to make you see ..’

I learned to day – greatly – to take care of my soul. Cuz some people will take it from you and crush it if you let them. Keyword! Focus! Set your goals and focus on them. Don’t let them go or out of your sight!

Sometimes we loose the very things that are for us cuz we keep looking everywhere else :: it starts with us :: that’s when folks get it :: that’s when we get it. It’s a good day :: and there is good in everything I see. Nothing but blissful love.

Wasting your time with players is becoming one yourself. Just let them go and stick to what you do best :: which is being yourself around them. Let them carry on with their games till they get played away by someone else.

Let the amateur fake friends landscaping for info fools, on cheap payroll, continue to project their high school, dubious, intentions; think, they are opaque.

Do not envy evil. One day evil will envy itself. Spread love❤️👆🏾.

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Here are some resources on domestic abuse:

Recognising domestic abuse


Produced by Aremuorin

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Àrèmúorin – Anthony Everest is a Multi Awardee Conscious Writer / Holistic Jazz Soul Singer-Songwriter, Author, Producer.

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