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A clever way to welcome a new year

Essay By: sara smilekeeper
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Welcome your new year

Submitted:Feb 5, 2013    Reads: 16    Comments: 0    Likes: 2   

├ŽA clever way to welcome a new year "to be a good housewife".
Get up early, pray God who is waiting for you five times everyday and the only who has never forgotten you.
Open your windows and let the sunshine of future enter your heart, clean each place in it and make it the way you wish, the way you want, the way you trust.
Throw all the old furniture that you've broken or that have broken you; th...ose that you bought, but you changed your mind and didn't give them a place in your home and those that you bought by a smile, but they have broken before you use them and have broken something inside you and let you down.
Search between the past pages, you may find a dry flower that gave you hope someday, but didn't, throw it and let a new flower wet of truth enter your life and give it a new
Check the secret places where you used to hide your harms and throw them one after the other, your tears may shed heavily...cry this moment heavily, but cry them all then throw them behind.Yes... you'll feel as if you throwing a part of you...; it's true" to grow up and learn , you should leave in every stage a part of you...this is life" this is the way how greats exchange commerce with life and fate.
Clean your floor well from the regrets you felt because regret serves at nothing except slipping your feet in the floor of present and let you fall again and again in the tricks of past.
Don't forget the corners, the one who forgets cleaning corners is a bad housewife.Clean them you may find the traces of old tears when you cried oneday alone so that none finds you.
Throw everything that doesn't deserve staying in your clean house...throw them faaaaar and enter your home as if it is the first and the last time you enter it, enjoy the pleasure of life.
Live again, love again, smile again, walk again in new streets, hope again. my little bird, fly freely and sing, the sky is yours.


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