I care little
for the car you drive
or the roof over your head.
What I want to know
is who you are
in the void
between your thoughts.


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  1. First we have to discover who we are in the void between our own thoughts & feelings before we can know anyone else.

    Paul said we shall know as we are known. Clearly, only God knows us to our depths, but He will share that with us when we are able to bear it. When that is accomplished, then we may know someone else. Sometimes it takes a lifetime.

    You are worth the wait, Harrison, for you are so worth getting to know.

    “Know thyself. To thine own self be true.” Was it Emerson who said that?


    Jan Antonsson Sent from my iPhone



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