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I just finished this ornament and wanted to share it with you.
Below is the excerpt from my etsy listing.

Wisdom is more powerful than beauty.

As women, when we get older and start to lose our beauty, we may feel
like our value is diminishing.

But it's not. It's increasing.

The specific wisdom that comes with age, is a gift.
You can use it to keep yourself from making the same mistakes,
to grow in many facets of your life,
and to share compassion with people that are suffering the same hurts
that you've already experienced.

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  1. thank you for this stunning beauty and wisdom.
    so true....so deeply true.
    the true gift of this wisdom is in the sharing.
    so glad you are speaking and creating straight from your heart.

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    1. thank you Rebecca,
      and you are right.....it truly is straight
      from my heart to all of you:)

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  2. I came to visit your haiku, but this speaks more to my heart and mind.

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    1. I'm glad Meri and thank you for commenting:)

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  3. I love this vintage photo! I downloaded it as well but I haven't come up with anything to do with it yet. I love this piece, great way to use her!

    -Shannon

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    1. thank you Shannon........I'd love to see what you make:)

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  4. This is beautiful and thought provoking and I am working on just that :)
    oxo

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