Tag Archives: Inspiration

Aging

Birthday candles one for every year until they resemble forest fires of years lived Lines creating stories around eyes, mouth and neck grouch or quick to laugh displayed for all to see on a aging person Pot-bellied old men playing … Continue reading

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Candle of Time

  Ordinary, typical just one more of many roses, diamonds, stars each uniquely special through quite the same I am an ordinary woman more of some, less sometimes, too forgotten too soon, a mote, then gone yet while I am … Continue reading

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Blossoming

My heart is a flower opening to full bloom in the light of Your love until it expands into a garden filled with blossoms of every hue each a part of Your bouquet.

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Quit Praying

I quit praying how relieved God must be blah-blah-blah in His ear all day long whining, complaining, begging trying to manipulate with soon forgotten promises So now I listen to what comes my way practice gratitude explore humility learn compassion, … Continue reading

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A Purpose

I walk leaving no footprints I change nothing–not good, nor bad A silent observer am I I walk leaving no footprints The world continues as if I never came A ghost without a purpose, wandering the halls of time I … Continue reading

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Content

C onsuming is a poor substitute for love O ne more is seldom necessary N othing material satisfies for long T ime to discover what true contentment is E ach must learn the value of serenity N ew is not … Continue reading

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Magic and Mysticism

How uncomfortable we are with the unexplained our worship of science as giver of truth is ironic for it is always changing never truly a source of absolute fact. Magic, mysticism, miracles boiling pot full of that we can not … Continue reading

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