The life of a clown can appear as a great fallacy

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TPEPost writer Thomas White

By Thomas White

The life of a clown can appear as a great fallacy, for as they spend their lives making others laugh, they often cry inside knowing life is no laughing matter. Clowns are often deep thinkers that generally care about the happiness and welfare of others more than for themselves.

They often chose to deal with their deep observational pains on an internal battlefield, rarely releasing them on the world without the smile that covers the scars and pain created from that which they have observed.

Yet, they possess a light that shines far beyond where they physically stand. Always changing the lives of those who witness their gift, but never really seeing the full reflection on where their light shines. For they often cannot see through and beyond what they actually are…one of GOD’s bright lights!

The moral of this is; we all have a little clown inside, so when you smile on the world, though you may not always recognize it…The Creator will smile back on you!

About Thomas White

Born in Detroit Michigan now resides in Jacksonville Fl., Retired U.S Navy Veteran (Aviation Electrician), BS degree (Business Management) University of Phoenix , Hobbies: Creative writing/Songwriter/Poetry, Freelance Writer, Basketball and Boxing, Study of Ancient History, and Mentoring to the youth.