Designed Conviction a Social Enterprise

Poem by Jason W. Gregory (Virginia)
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If the individual were a ship,
Emotions the choppy Sea,
Principles could be your rudder,
Truly guiding Thee.
Self-control could steer you Home,
Discipline keeps you free,
Strength and Courage at the wheel,
Persevering righteously.
So as you stand before the mast,
With Pride and Dignity,
One should always ask One’s Self,
What kind of a man do I want to be?
Do I want to continue being tossed about,
Remaining lost adrift in a stormy sea,
Or stay the course and sail my way
Towards a life lived well and honorably.