What was the hardest personal goal you’ve set for yourself

What was the hardest personal goal you’ve set for yourself?


I always seen it coming

What was I to do

The way everything is going down

You couldn’t see you left me too

It wasn’t just that once it was over and over again

When two people are hurting they must remember the effects of their pain on their children

It hurt for so long

I didn’t know what to do

The only thing I could remember was the love I have for you

I’m figuring it out

Taking it one day at a time

I’m going to live my life because you always provide

I’m sorry I didn’t know how to express myself when I was hurting inside

There are lessons to learn throughout life before you start to thrive

I see the path to a new life and I will always remember to smile

Author: Nicole Williams

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4 thoughts on “What was the hardest personal goal you’ve set for yourself”

  1. Having a bit of legal background, my goal has been ‘Justice’. No bias, no quid-pro-quos, no only 1-side versions of a conflict. I served (twice) as a juror in heavily contentious criminal trial. I pushed hard to be fair regardless of the ‘charged’ individual’s colour, race, attitude or demeanor. It was nasty in the jurors’ room! My goal is justice in family, society or commerce.

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