>The Class Of Life

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Sitting here quietly I begin to wonder, “What grade am I in?”
My mind goes back to all of the classes that I’ve had to attend
I started to grade all of my lessons from the life experience class
Not to mention the ones repeated because the first time I didn’t pass
Remedial class brought shame because it meant I didn’t learn the lesson
That I hadn’t stop to raise my hand nor did I stop to ask one question
Repeating some classes for the second and sometimes third time
Made me proud that I hadn’t given up nor did I try to resign
I thank God for the opportunity to let experience be my teacher
It taught me that failure was not an option and to become a wisdom seeker
So when I really thought about it, it’s not the grade that I am in
But the lessons that I have learned is what matters in the end

Published by Kai Mann

Empowering and educating others around the world about the nature of self love, self growth, and the importance of self equity that leads to authentic change and infinite transformation.

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