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    Six Word Memoir
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    WolfFaerie7 posted:
    Today at psych rehab I was asked to create a six word memoir about myself. Six words sounds easy right well it's not. It took me awhile to think of memoir that suit me. Here's mine:

    To learn and to grow evermore.

    Can you think of one? That's my challenge to you. Create your own six word memoir. Look forward to seeing your replies.

    Wolf
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    melly2210 responded:
    I gotta think on this. Give me a day or two. Good assignment. And I like your memoir. It suits you.

    Hope is that thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops... at all. ~Emily Dickinson
     
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    DizzyJgirl responded:
    I like the idea and love what you wrote. Can't wait to see what others write.

    Here is what I came up with rather quickly, with no sleep:

    Forgive, free myself, remember to believe.
    Live Life Loud
     
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    ibex7 replied to melly2210's response:
    "Let my neighbor know my kindness." - goat
     
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    mercygive responded:
    Wolf - Love this assignment

    Choose life, God's Grace and humor
    Be Happy!


     
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    ddnos responded:
    "The greatest of these is love"
    Forgiveness is letting go of the hope that the past could have been any different --Unknown
     
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    melly2210 responded:
    "Learn moderation in giving and receiving"

    Hope is that thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops... at all. ~Emily Dickinson
     
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    Anneinside responded:
    Keep boundaries while caring for others
     
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    WolfFaerie7 replied to melly2210's response:
    Thank you Melly!
     
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    WolfFaerie7 replied to DizzyJgirl's response:
    This is so very true Dizzy!
     
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    WolfFaerie7 replied to ibex7's response:
    This is also true Ibex!
     
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    WolfFaerie7 replied to mercygive's response:
    Great memoir Mercy!
     
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    WolfFaerie7 replied to ddnos's response:
    I love it Debbie!
     
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    WolfFaerie7 replied to melly2210's response:
    Good one Melly!
     
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    WolfFaerie7 replied to Anneinside's response:
    I never thought of it this way Anne! Thank you for sharing!


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