Too often, the manner “its” always been done,
becomes the One Way “it” can be achieved,
regardless of relevance and effectiveness.
Unfortunately, one’s failure to get it done
turns into No Way to make it happen,
despite obvious or apparent alternatives.
The path of least resistance leaves things undone,
and makes the Other Way attractive,
notwithstanding its impotence and weakness.
Those who espouse “I get things done”
tend to suggest the HighWay;
if you’re not with them.
Obstacles reduce the chances of ever being done,
and let things In the Way stop progress,
and ignore opportunities to improve.
“Let it be” realizes whose will be done,
truth is the Way for “all is good”,
love is the Way to be one and done.