… with the Eyes of God

Seeing with the eyes of God, I peer through my own façade.   Accepting my personal role, I wonder what does God see through the window of my soul.   Listening without deflection, I shudder in realizing, I am divine reflection.   The beauty of the flower is its awesome blossoming, standing tall in a […]

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I hold onto being held – let go without letting go. Happiness is within reach of open palm and spread arms   A closed hand makes a clenched fist, which neither points or picks up An extended hand shares life – halving sorrows and doubling joy.   Embrace the Force that’s with us – God’s […]

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Alone With

oh be not afraid. in the sky, the moment, on the ground alone, with friends, to mountain go, and pray with them in their presence be oh so happy and be oh so sad, submit and obey, never be the same woozy wobbly be Love’s shining Light in union are, not one not two with […]

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The Will of God

“Don’t worry,” the young one said, “I’m getting to you by the labyrinth.” There is a lesson in these words – I want to be told, what to do, to be clear on my directions; but as I walk life’s labyrinth, it is clear that is not the case. So, these words teach and assure […]

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Once and for all wholeness – or all for one oneness Perfection of being – or reflecting meaning. The first a higher call asks one to find a way; despite failure and fall, to become what but may. The second a consort lets one travel the path; Asea without a port, less the power of […]

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A most pleasing gift is piety — it’s faithful without anxiety, submissive and yet non-demanding, always prudent while promise keeping. I want to be that pleasant present and unwrap myself with assent, not bowed with denial in my heart to grieve the undone good of my part. I regret the loss through my neglect, and […]

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Common Life

Shoulder to shoulder, cheek by jowl arm in arm, hand in hand Love of God, neighbor, and self in union with each other. Zealous, holy, and graceful not one, not two, together. Share the have and the have-not, bring something to the table. Easy lefts and rigid rights, rest assured something happens. Keep the good […]

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Sitting there in the Square ruined and disheveled, cloaked in drab failure, passers by pass by One stops and stoops and with extended hand says, “Tell me about it,” and sits to listen. “I took the coin and I ran, spending it all without care, and by myself, I was a winner. Now, look at […]

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“Service, generous endless service, only true reverence will suffice.” giving kindness, even sacrifice, keeps me calm and not to be nervous. Yes, friendship’s cost I sometimes lament, it demands much and can be painful; and, often makes me cross and woeful. Such false self-love in that moment. No, that moment calls for self-giving and expects […]

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