People All Over the World

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Too often in this journey we call life, we get caught up in how we are different, rather than in the things that bring us together. We all experience joy and sorrow, laughter and tears, celebration and suffering.

We are all just people.

Just People

People are people

All over the world.

Every man, every woman;

Every boy, every girl.

With joy and laughter,

With tears and fears,

With hopes and dreams,

Whether far or near.

Don’t let appearance

Or language deceive

People just people,

With similar needs.

As you.

As me.

Delana H. Stewart © 1999

An excerpt from Three Days at Sea.

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We are all just people…and all in need of an encouraging word now and then. Here’s an encouraging word from a fellow blogger–

Love is Contagious…Pass it On!

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