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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Illustrate the meaning of “All that Glitters is Not Gold” (without using the actual phrase or literal example). (01/24/08)

TITLE: Be true to Yourself
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01/25/08


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Sometimes in life we may become weary trying to live up to others expectations of us.We look for approval in all sort of ways. We may even look to frienships in people in which we have nothing in common with.
we may try makeovers and all sort of fancy clothing to portray some sort of image of who we think we are. one thing that I have found to be true; is that whatever God has created in you, will eventually be what will set you free.Hold on to your dreams,don't ever give up on them.There are treasures inside of us and they don't need to be camouflaged by superficial things.Keep your dreams alive and never give up on them. Be true to yourself and know that God has a plan for your life. pray for guidance daily as He leads the way.Don't become distracted from achieving your goals,don't stop because of trials that get in the way. Know that God loves you and He will be waiting at the finish line.


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Laury Hubrich 02/01/08
I love your message here! It would be so much better if you capitalize at the beginning of each sentence. You have great nuggets of wisdom here, make sure you round it out by good proofreading. I always have someone proof mine before sending.

Keep on writing. You have much wisdom to share!
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Jan Ackerson 02/02/08
Very good advice. Can you give us some specific examples from your life, or from the life of someone that you know?

In addition to the capitalization suggestion above, you might also add one space after commas and periods. It makes your piece more "eye friendly".
Sara Harricharan 02/05/08
Some very good advice in this piece, it's really backed up with truth, if you wanted to expand a bit, some of your own personal experience or a memory or something tagged into there would blend really well!

Just a tip-add spaces in between for easier reading-good job! ^_^
Hanne Moon 02/05/08
Your writing expresses very relevant truth, but I would suggest paying more attention to punctuation and capitalization rules. Challenge entries are fun, but they should be handled the same way you would a piece that you were sending off to a publication. Good thoughts! Keep writing!