|Reviewed by Christine Alwin
|...do we ever stop growing?,,,,I think not...love this!|
|Reviewed by Hatshepsut Maatkare
|I don't think I have ever read anything so powerful written with so few words. :)|
|Reviewed by Valerie Roeske
|So much said in a short prose, take care Valerie|
|Reviewed by Marisa Giovantti (Reader)
|I just emailed my best friend who has been hurt badly by her lover of 27 years and asked she read this. I hope it will help her...begin again. Beautiful, short and sweet. Very true. Glad I ran into your site.|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|In these feww words you have written a very deeply touching poem. This is an emotional read for me--thank you for steering me here.|
|Reviewed by Gina Srmabekian
|The simplicity and conviction with which these few words are said, speak from a place only those who have had to start anew can understand. I know the next time I reach a dead end the lone words "Ab Initio" will come to mind.
-Also for the review of my poem and the helpful editing tips.
|Reviewed by Kathryn Seifert
|This resonates with my own beliefs. We are all here for a reason, to learn something, to help someone, to be better. Everything, good, bad, or indifferent is a teacher. Wonderful write.
|Reviewed by Ann Scarborough
|having started my life over many many times, i relate to this simple thought so very well written.
|Reviewed by Walt Hardester
|point well taken Richard....Thanks|
|Reviewed by Jerry Engler
|Don't know how I missed this, Richard. You wrote some profound wisdom in a very short space. Very insightful...Jerry|
|Reviewed by Spirit Warrior
|Spoken like a True Spirit Warrior!!!
God Bless "you" -Spirit Warrior
|Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath
Yes, I would concur...these words are beautiful Richard.
I think that is how we should live our lives...certainly feels much better.
From the Heart...
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|These are wise thoughts, Richard. Thank you for sharing them. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by firstname.lastname@example.org Bennett
|This is what I havre done with my life but it seems like when you forgive them they turn around and do the same thing over to you. Now I just keep my disatnce from the people that choose to afflict pain on my life.|
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
Couldn't be wiser... "Begin Again, Ab Initio".
I salute You, Poet.
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by jude forese
|a succinctly well written sense of renewal ...|
|Reviewed by vicki orey (Reader)
What a beautiful piece about forgiveness and renewal. This is divine unconditional love--what courage, and what a true gift to oneself.
|Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper
|Ab Initio--from the beginning. (I had to look it up, Richard.)
What wonderful positive thoughts you've written--well worth saving and reading again.
(Do you recall that song that goes something like: "Put all your troubles in an old knapsack and throw your cares away".) Your first statement definitely fits that concept.
Dr. Norman Vincent Peale wrote, in effect: "write all your woes on a piece of paper before you go to sleep, throw it in the trashcan and start each day fresh."
|Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
|Great wisdob in such a small voice
but loud and clear
like Joselyn said "a beautiful truth"
|Reviewed by J M
I could of swore I commented this poem. The wisdom and expressions here you give is forgiveness of a God Kind. When we are deemed tresspassed and wounded our souls have to take a special ounce of his GOD LOVE to be able to say and accomplish what you have written. A beautiful truth.
Blessings & Peace,
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|A wise write my friend. Beautiful sentiments!
|Reviewed by Sharon Jordan
|How true, Richard. There is much wisdom here.
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|This is the most inspiring minimalist of a poem I've ever read. Just like a breath of fresh air. Thank you Richard!!!!!
Sandie May Angel :o)