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  • Kerri S. Wilson

Just a Dewdrop

Do your cares of the day close in and engulf you? Do they rob away your last bit of energy? Do they suck the life from you, drain you, tap you out? Do they take until you're left with nothing else to give? Do they leave you feeling empty and barren and dry?

Well, it's the parched who will soak up the most rain. It's the thirsty who finds the cool fresh water most refreshing. And it's the driest who is most prone to receive relief from the dewdrop. It's the empty who is most prepared to be filled.

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