Tara's Diary

My sister forget what people think; it is ok to be different-Tara Aisida

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  1. 'Sọjí Wey says:

    Another relevant piece, Tara. It resonates with me particularly.

    My needs and desires are simple captured in these words written by Ashley Monroe and Sarah Siskind. I heard the song in a TV series, Nashville, a few years back and it just captures, for me, what “a life that’s good” should be like.

    “Sitting here tonight, by the fire light
    It reminds me I already have more than I should.
    I don’t need fame, no one to know my name.
    At the end of the day, Lord I pray
    I have a life that’s good.”

    “Two arms around me
    Heaven to ground me
    And a family that always calls me home.
    Four wheels to get there.
    Enough love to share and a
    Sweet, sweet, sweet song.
    At the end of the day, Lord I pray
    I have a life that’s good.”

    Surely that’s a recipe for contentment if ever there was one.

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