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One can not be defined by how much money
they gather, neither by how it is made.
Nor can one be judged on the paint job of their skin.
One can not be measured by good deeds because
success only matters if you learned something new in between the words of
start and finish.
One can not be seen as black or white,
Eventually in life we all turn into shades of gray.
One can not be ridiculed by the faith that they fallow,
it is their choice on how to enrich the soul.
One can not grow with others, if that one person can't learn to grow with himself.
Only will you be judge on the paint job from within
Only will you be measured on what you accomplished,
gathering in knowledge on how to succeed while making mistakes along the way.
Only will others see your faith as something beautiful if you find the determination to
Only will you sprout tall if you like what you see and not based others.
Lastly, may you only be defined at the end of your life by how many
people you have reached out to with your hand, but with time, changed there lives by reaching and opening the doorway to their