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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Anger (01/24/05)

TITLE: Anger vs. Cancer
By Cheryl Russell
01/29/05


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Acidic cancer that eats at our souls,
Never releasing its grasp until
God
Enters our lives
Releasing our souls from angers grip.


Anger is a seed that has been planted in the souls of each of us.
We can chose to nourish, and feed it till it flourishes, or we can chose to let God remove its ugly little buds from our souls and replace it with the buds of LOVE.


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Norma OGrady01/31/05
Short but said what you were thinking...thank you for sharing
Yeshua Bless

Penny Baldwin02/04/05
Ahmen!
Shellie Power02/05/05
I loved this analogy. May we all be reminded that we need a constant series of treatment from the Healer in order to stay in remission.
Deborah Porter 02/07/05
Hi Cheryl. What a powerful little piece this was, which made it all the more unfortunate that we had to disqualify it from the Challenge because at just 71 words, it was way under the minimum word count limit of 150. I hope you'll rise to the Challenge again, but remember to watch the word count. It's always so disappointing when we have to disqualify an entry, which is why we want to make sure you know for next time. With love, Deb