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    Self-control craves satisfaction–in a smiley chance,
    For, whatever deals the mind a worthy employment.
    There’s a mystic function with an unseen bodily sense,
    Where an emotion is the results mind management.

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    Self-control craves satisfaction–in a smiley chance;
    For, whatever deals the mind a worthy employment.
    There’s a mystic function with an unseen bodily sense,
    Where an emotion is the results of mind management.

    Oblivion!…is a realm faraway from the wishes of hope,
    “Cause despair will not settle unchallenged in the mind.
    If dexterity will lend control a moment of future tense,
    Then possibly, intelligence will savor the sensible kind.

    Gavel around–as perplex minds do, for all things dear,
    To resolve stealing upon a lighthearted sense of being.
    No burden on earth is debilitating–when dwelling here,
    That a smile will not minimize its perception of seeing.

    Arise and think posistive, by being a true servant of all;
    A sad condition requires–whoever!…is in better control.
    Beneath the chronic circumstances of a perplexing fall,
    Will demand a smile from the mind–of a lightening soul.

    “Choose this day…which will ye serve?”–dark or light?
    Think of the choices; it is simple as a walk in the park.
    Happiness is a disposition of hope…that smiles bright;
    Miserable frowns debase, as sadness glooms in the dark.

    Ponder a course in self-awareness, and come to control;
    Climb over, breakthrough, or simply ignore any obstacle.
    Amidst challenges of self-management…arouse a smile,
    For the happy man deals with obstacles…most practical.

    Crack a smile, and depend not upon the rule of a frown,
    For misery increases the diminishing position of a dope.
    Before a heart can persuade the mind to remain sound,
    Mental choices must deliberately crack a smile of hope.
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