The Wrinkles

            The Wrinkles

We will get older and the wrinkles will come, it’s inevitable, it’s something we have to accept. Years may wrinkle the skin, make us feel that it is too late to do anything and the stage of life belongs to the rising generation.

 

Let think about wrinkles, wrinkle on the face tells the story of our life, remarks our fighter through life, etches our experience and maturity, give us wisdom and intellect.
When you see a woman with the natural wrinkles of times on her face, you know what you see?

 

You see the smiles are given from the heart and behind them may be tears of longing, fears of loneliness, losing hope, helplessness in need, seldom of happiness.
You see the thousands of moments of concern and waiting, those moments that weren’t understood, accepted, valued, wanted, loved.
You see moments of deep sadness that weren’t wronged, dissapointed, judged, abandoned.
You see love, hate, fear, hopelessness, dedication responsibility and sacrifice that made in the name of love.
Wrinkles show the beauty, the pain and the sensitivity of the soul, the life that lived with good and bad, the life that are given more than received.
Wrinkles are written on our brows, but let the spirit should never grow old, let age wrinkles the skin, but quit wrinkles the soul.
Growing older is fine, gray hair and wrinkles aren’t considered a bad thing because wrinkles happen to human being, let the wrinkles sparkle in our eyes.

                                                                                                      Đặng Hoàng Lan 

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