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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Birth (infancy) (08/20/09)

TITLE: love
By alex meith
08/26/09


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They say with God all things are possible, I totally agree. Through my upbringing I begin to ask myself what is life? Life is love so love life, and life will love you. Love is pain and sometime love hurts to the point i ask myself and the lord why was i even born? Than with a smile i say out of love. When i was born i was born addicted to cocaine and at birth i was taken from my family. with God all things are possible but i know we are born with original sin so sometimes you have to struggle to succeed but their becomes a new life unfolding a new day, a new light and that is in Jesus Christ. LOve


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Mildred Sheldon08/28/09
Very short and heart rending. A baby born addicted to cocaine is beyond description. I have seen such little ones and it is sad that mother's do not realize the impact it has on a newborn baby. Thank you.
Emily Gibson08/30/09
Born addicted does not mean a lifetime destroyed. Your story shows you are alive and thriving in the Lord. Thank you for sharing!
Margaret Villanueva08/30/09
It sounds as if you've had to spend some time working out some very deep issues. If this is real, it's more like a journal entry. It would be great to see the process as it continues past this point to the realization of your worth in God, your acceptance of who you are, and your awareness that God saved you from your frightening birth to use you in ministry to others who have dealt with (or are dealing with) cocaine abuse. God bless you as you advance.