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Where are we going, Where did we come from?

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Guest Rebecca A

Where are we going, Where did we come from?

Where did we come from?

Where are we going?

I paddle down the river of life,

Sometimes battling the current,

Being pushed back and losing ground,

Other times floating with the current,

Relaxing and just letting life be,

Why struggle against the inevitable?

It's so much easier to just be,

To be myself,

To express myself,

To stand up and yell from the mountaintops,

I am woman,

Have always been,

It matters not how the rest of the world sees me,

I'm curious though,

Where are we going?

Where did we come from?

Especially when we fight the current,

Or even go with it,

Only to find that we are led to the edge,

And topple over the waterfall,

It's beautiful,

But Where are we going?

Where did we come from?

-Becca

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Charlize

i love the expression "let go and let God". Even for the atheist it has wisdom. Going with the flow and letting the results simply happen allows for some degree of peace.

Hugs,

Charlie

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Guest LilyRose

Becca,

Asking these questions is always important. Especially for us. We are much much more complex than cis people. Our origins are much more confusing. We may not know our origins as much as we can, but we can always dictate where we are going. You are a woman and you will always be a woman. Your future will always be that and there's no reason to fight it. It is others who will fight you instead. Be prepared for that.

Loves and hugs from your sister!
Lily Rose

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Guest miss kindheart

I will tell you where you came from :friends:

13.82 Billion years ago was the begginning of known time, we call it the Big Bang

The universe was created as all known matter was set in motion

that matter condenced down and formed stars that lived and died

During their death their matter was expelled and sent out to condence into other stars

this happened over and over again

Until one day some of the particles condenced to form you :wub:

So you see, you are Unique, one of a kind , and their will never be another like you

As for the future :superman:

Que Sera, Sera What Will Be Will Be :thumbsup:

:wub: vanna

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