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Story ID:9602
Written by:Frederick William Wickert (bio, link, contact, other stories)
Story type:Musings, Essays and Such
Location:Everywhere All States USA
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By Fred Wickert

I was searching through my old files this afternoon for a document that I needed when I came across some things I had written long ago and had forgotten about. I am sure they are not my original ideas and that I must have copied them from somewhere. I do think they are worth considering and I want to share them with you.
They are as follows:

All I need to know about life I learned from my Guardian Angel.
Know all of the possibilities of your impossible dream.
Leave space in your relationships so youíll have lots of room to play.
Be yourself.
Forgive, forget, and forge ahead.
Itís easier to fly when you take yourself lightly.
Always be an Angel Ė on Ė call for a friend.
Reach out and touch someone lightly with your wing.
Love is the only four-letter word that you need to know.
Whenever you hear a bell, another Angel has earned their wings.
Itís okay to cry during sad movies.
Donít post pone joy to scrub the bathroom or clean the garage.
Love Mother Earth.
Whenever you feel afraid, get a new box of crayons.
Wherever you go, that is where you will be.
Carry a spare set of wings in your pocket.
Spread your wings and fly!

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