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Monday, 30 November 2015

Unique

ABC-Wednesday-17a Mrs. Nesbitts' ABC-Wednesday Round ~ 17 U    

Hello and good morning, -afternoon, -evening, dear people who participate is this wonderful photomeme, which is a joy to me, week after week, after week. I am always curious to what everyone of you comes up with!

This week's challenging letter is U and the word i've chosen is UNIQUE

We, people, are all alike and at the same time, nobody equals every other person. That is unique all by itself. Of course... we will meet, throughout our entire life, people who we don't like from the first second. Sometimes that changes and sometimes it doesn't. The uniqueness of every person makes that one 'deserves' a closer look. Can that other one become someone who we will (learn to) love and cherish or avoid in the future? The unique factor is that we will never know what will happen between you and that other person, it will always has a surprising element in it. A nice one ore a lesser nice one.

I think that I am not the only one who has 'been forced' to conclude that the first impression was wrong at sometimes, in both ways. One who seemed a very nice person turned out to be not and the other way around too. I even think that I am not the only person who had to let go someone which I loved because of whatever reason which caused that person and me to get 'strangers'. There are people who say that love and hate lie close to each other. And yes, they might be right but Love is a wonderful feeling where hate is not even though both feelings are genuine and have the right to exist. Personally I've learned that hate will hurt just one person, myself... the lesson I've learned from that is that I don't want to live my life and waste time with hating people.

It took some time, of course, to make it, how do I put it..., to learn to let go the negativeness about someone who I once loved, maybe still do, but don't want to let be part of my life in the future. One can love another person but not like him?! So... unique is my word of choice for this week's challenging letter. Like you and anybody else, I am a unique person and I think we all should be proud about what we have accomplished so far no matter how bad and hard some times were and, (hopefully not!) will be in the future to come. Every moment is a unique one, wich we should try to make the best off! We will never get the chance to do it over again. Wishing you the awareness of the uniqueness of every moment and the ability to enjoy and cherish it to the fullest!

Have a nice ABC-day / ABC-week ♫ M e l o d y ♫

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36 comments:

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    1. I never say 'i don't want it, i don't like it' ... i first try and then decide ;-)

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  2. I totally agree with all you say Melody,
    each and every one of us is UNIQUE
    and so we will stay unless our God
    re-writes the script !
    Good, thoughtful writing,

    Best wishes,
    Di.
    ABCW team.

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    1. I realy didn't expect anything else if i'm honest ;-)

      He won't !! Like He promised in Genesis 8:21
      we can trust Him to keep that promiss ... He never broke His word before.

      Thank you Di!!

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  3. Unique is a great choice for the letter U and people definitely are unique!

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    1. Thank you Ellen....as are you ofcourse ;-)

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  4. I love those statues, Melody! They certainly are unique!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  5. That's a unique post Melody. You're so right each of us is one of a kind. That made me feel special :-)
    BeatAboutThe Book

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    1. Thank you Tulika Singh !

      it 'made' .... i hope that feeling will stay with you from now on to.... beyond time ;-)

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  6. Love both of these sculptures! Where (location) are these? Thanks for sharing:)

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    1. Thank Jeannettestgermain

      In The Netherlands, in a little township called Gees

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  7. Heel mooi stukje Melody! Ik ben het helemaal met je eens.
    Wil, ABCW Team

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    1. Dank je wel Wil.

      Dat is fijn te lezen ! Al verbaast het me eigenlijk niet. ;-)

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  8. I agree- each of us is unique. And the sculptures you showed are unique! I wish TV hosts would use this word correctly. I am so tired of hearing "this house is more unique" or the "most unique."

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    1. I am glad to read that !

      Yes.... a hot item for me too indeed... even though I am Dutch i quit often get irritated by how tv-hosts pronounce things ..and not only in my native tongue ;-)

      One might expect that people get well trained but more and more i think, they just go ahead and do what they think is right...

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  9. Totally agree with you, Melody!
    We all are unique, just like everyone else :)
    May we all accept & celebrate our uniqueness.
    Our world will be a better place.

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    1. Indeed Anita.... and i think its important to take a second look before making a judgement ;-)

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  10. Things unique are ubiquitous, if only we stop and take heed of them! Thank you for hosting.
    My "U" stands for ULURU!

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    1. You are right.... but sadly enough there still are to much people who don't

      Thank you Nick

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  11. How wonderful that is! Truly unique!
    I go to UDAIPUR in India in my entry.

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    1. Thank you Nicholas... i will come across it on my round ;-)

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  12. lovely wooden 'statues'! I like the link between man and tree.

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    1. Indeed they are... yes i do to... it tells a story doesnt it

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  13. Now that is quite unique. Not sure I would want it in my garden though. - Margy

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    1. Indeed it is....

      oh but i would.... if only it would fit in it (and i had the money to buy it)

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  14. Loved reading this one Melody! Totally resonates with my thoughts. Love the sculptures too :)
    Cheers, Priya. [https://softypinkngloriousred.wordpress.com/]

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    1. Thank you Priya ! Nice to read, we agree!

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