I thought of visiting home to spend time with my immediate family, visit some old friends and old colleagues. Yet today my mom took me to visit other "Kin Folks." Just listening to their many stories alone taught me that happiness doesn't have a price tag. Lately I've been surrounding myself with people that has big goals financially and that are on the road to success, but what I'm learning all over again is that "Happiness really don't have a price tag."
People here are more appreciative of what and who they have in their life. They've watched many friends and family die, and they accept death at any given time. They have strong faith. I quote, "You better make sure you have yourself right with God because any given moment could be your last." Death has it's own time clock. These are the kind of people I need constantly in my life to keep me spiritually balanced.
I've grown personally but naive in a sense.
- 3rd Person Format: Born and raised in a small country town just hours away from the metropolitan area was a young lady by the name of Jessica Paschal. She was an enthusiast of words and ideas which triggered her talent of poetry during the beginning of the 21st century. Because of her fullness to become successful at whatever she took on, she decided to move to a city where her significance could sprought and prosper. That's what led her to the beautiful city of Atlanta in 2010 where she became an entrepreneur by trade and an advocate by heart. What she is hoping to accomplish during and after her lifetime, is to impact people for the better.