To Each His Own

Morning Story and Dilbert

Vintage Dilbert
July 24, 2014

I cannot change the way I am,
I never really try,
God made me different and unique,
I never ask him why.

If I appear peculiar,
There’s nothing I can do,
You must accept me as I am,
As I’ve accepted you.

God made me a casting of each life,
Then threw the mold away,
Each child is different from the rest,
Unlike as night from day.

So often we will criticize,
The things that others do,
But, do you know, they do not think,
The same as me and you.

So God in all his wisdom,
Who knows us all by name,
He didn’t want us to be bored,
That’s why we’re not the same.


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  1. Reblogged this on Essential Thinking and commented:
    loved this poem, and the Dilbert cartoon that’s attached… not quite sure what monkey hurlage is, pretty sure I don’t want to find out.


  2. We are unique but we should also be humble and know to perk up to achieve new heights.


  3. Not sure about this – sounds a bit like excuses for not taking responsibility. Yes, our inner essential self is what God made us but we add a lot of rubbish of our own making and of the world’s and the ‘me’ that is seen is an amalgam of all this.
    The purifying process to get us back to the self God made us to be is HIs work, not ours, but we do need to co-operate, allow it to happen, and we should make an effort not to keep adding more rubbish.


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