The art of change...

It's a big word.
It's something we look for in others.
We want them to change…
and conform into the person
we believe they should be.

But what if that change,
doesn't fit what we think should be.
What if, instead of conforming
into our own version of perfection…
they grow in they way they need to grow.

Maybe it does not fit our mold.
Maybe imperfection is in the eye of the beholder.
it looks like jumbled up scribble and splatter,
but to someone else it's a Jackson Pollack.

I think when we pray for someone to change,
the prayer actually needs to be internalized…
for our minds to evolve and understand.

She may be odd,
but she may be priceless
once her spirit exits this earth.

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