Serenity Sunday: “I refuse to die with the music still in me.”

“When she felt the desire to dance, Mama didn’t need anyone’s approval. All she needed was a beat; and her song was one of class, dignity, and grace. She actually wrote in her journal: ‘I refuse to die with the music still in me.’ This is exactly why Mama danced boldly; yet, like an angel. Furthermore, this is why you and I should stop settling for being soundless wallflowers.”

— Excerpt from the personal narrative, “Soundless Wallflowers”, Serenity Everyday

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