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TITLE: Perceptual Weakness
By Ferol Lininger
06/20/06
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Our emotional defense can often overshadow strength within.
We often subside perceptual weakness in an attempt to win.
But itís hard to win at life when denying those things that make us whole.
Itís virtually impossible to disguise ones intimate soul.

However, many people suffer false strength in order to look good.
Reality often sets a defense strategy thatís misunderstood.
Itís possible to live with emotions while seeking profound respect.
Respect cannot come from pretend confidence the world may interject.

Itís not necessary to defend all emotions that may embrace,
for itís our emotions that shape the consciousness of each human case.
To deny oneís own reality is to deny the world from you.
Though the world rotates on, true strength is found only in a select few.

Strength can be found in the worldís perceptual weakness if we would look.
The answer lies with the giver of our soul, which greatly we mistook.
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