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Treasures


TREASURES


There are treasures in life, but owners are few
Of money and power to buy things brand new.

Yet you can be wealthy and feel regal too,
If you will just look for the treasures in you.

These treasures in life are not hard to find
When you look in your heart, your soul, and your mind.

For when you are willing to share what's within,
Your fervent search for riches will magically end.

The joy and the laughter, the smile that you bring;
The heart unafraid to love and to sing;

The hand always willing to help those in need;
Ones quick to reach out, to labor and fee.

So thank you for sharing these great gifts inside;
The caring, the cheering, the hug when one cried.

Thanks for the energy, encouragement too,
And thank you for sharing the treasures in you.

~~ Author Unknown ~~


CHERISHED FRIEND

God must have known there would be times
We'd need a word of cheer

Someone to praise a triumph
Or brush away a tear.

He must have known we'd need to share
The joy of "little things"

In order to appreciate
The happiness life brings.

I think he knew our troubled hearts
Would sometimes throb with pain

At trials and misfortunes
Or some goals we can't attain.

He knew we'd need the comfort
Of an understanding heart

To give us strength and courage
To make a fresh, new start.

He knew we'd need companionship
Unselfish...lasting...true,

And so God answered the heart's great need
With a Cherished Friend....like you.

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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