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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Start (01/16/06)

TITLE: Start With A Smile
By Laura Elam
01/20/06


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Our life never stays the same.
Everyday is a new beginning
It is our choice on how it starts
So many times we wake with a frown
A frown is so sad and lonely
Others will follow that mood.
What and ugly world we will see
Begin with a big smile
Even if you're frowning on the inside
The more you smile the more others smiles
Soon the frown on the inside will begin to smile.
Your mood will change and joy will fill your heart
Others around you will begin to smile
What a beautiful world you will begin to see
It is hard to keep a smile
When things all around us is going wrong
To keep that smile going
Just think about Jesus
The day we will meet Him
With a smile of joy

We choose how are day starts
I choose to always start with Jesus
That puts a smile on my face


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Jan Ackerson 01/24/06
Lovely thoughts to start the day! This would flow better with some punctuation, and be careful of the frequently confused are / our. I like the line about the day we will meet Jesus!