over the past several years
But actually much longer . I have stressed, I have made excuses and have accepted guilt in my life.
Speak your truth has been a phrase it has taken me so long to grasp the meaning of.
So I stand here at 50, just as I stood at 49 or 32
Speak my Truth. Well I think I finally understand.
It starts with disconnecting from opinion.
Disregarding gossip and attacks of fools whom should seriously reflect upon their own lives.
Glass houses. Cities of glass.
My Truth, I am a man and most importantly a Dad. I place my daughter and my role at the pinnacle of my life’s journey.
I am imperfect but i am grateful. I do not compare myself to others Only to myself yesterday and being a better person today.
I carry no hate because that’s a weight I need not burden myself with.
I do my best. Everyday. I smile often because life is beautiful
I strive to require little and experience much
In the end I seek only a volume of memories and goodness to have impacted others with