“MORE THAN BLACK AND WHITE”

As I age there are many who I love that are leaving this plain of existence, so my tears write these words as I express my pain on this page. As my hair begins to gray, death seems to be letting me know that our time together will soon be at hand. As I think of my impending death my thoughts are in a state of regret, for I spent much of my life entertaining man made issues of this world, such as bigotry, unfairness, despair, and hopelessness. I was not born color blind, but I do feel as if I missed the beautiful spectrum of colors that this world has to offer, for I was only shown black and white. At fifty-one years of age I am not concerned about the world and its illnesses, for these days were foretold. What concerns me most is my mental, my physical, and my spiritual well being, for my meeting with death quickly approaches. One should not spend his or her life hating others, for it is a waste of precious time that one will never get back. During my maturation process I have learned not to care what color you are or where you are from, for we were all born different, and elsewhere. There is a special uniqueness that comes with being different, such as the beautiful color spectrum that exist in the world, if we choose to admire. As this day comes to a close I would like to thank the Lord for opening my eyes to the beauty that comes with my awakening, for I now see the colorful spectrum that this world emits, and it is truly “MORE THAN BLACK AND WHITE.”

“After this I saw a vast crowd, too great to count, from every nation and tribe and people and language, standing in front of the throne and before the lamb.”

Revelation 7:9

DAME

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