Someday, you’ll cruise
through the galaxy
and point out the planets
you once inhabited,
just as you do
your previous homes now.
Someday, you’ll realize that,
like those synthetic life forms
on Star Trek
you only truly exist
in this moment,
with all the past
mere programmed memories.
Someday, when your world
is crumbling around you,
rather than running to fix it,
you’ll sit down in your chair,
center on the Beloved
and watch as the chaos comes into order.
Someday, you’ll gaze into the eyes
of another and feel only love,
and then you’ll realize
you’re looking in the mirror
and you’ll know that’s
who you are.
And you will live from that place…
as a citizen of the Universe
completely centered in the moment
the master of your creation
the power of complete love.
Why not now?
Wonderful, a call to action! Thank you!
Yes, so true, Chloe. It definitely was for me. 🙂 Thank you!
This is going to go in my favorites book. Thank you so much for this deep incredible insightful sharing. Thank you!
Thank you, Christena. I’m so glad to hear that. I just never know when I put these out there.
Love, love, love this great truth💖
Thank you, Sherri, and I so appreciate you sharing on Facebook. Definitely straight from the Master’s teachings!
What a lovely return to reality. Sometimes life is like a bed whose covers refuse to let you out even though you can see what needs to be done and you struggle to free yourself to do them. These karma-covers feel real but they only hold what the mind believes to be reality. Your beautiful poem is a return to truth. Why not just get up? Many thanks for sharing!
Beautiful analogy, Rudy. Thank you. The illusion of drowning, whether in water or sheets, truly dissipates only when we take a deep breath and know that, no matter the circumstance, we really can breathe, and act, because all here is just illusion.
So grateful always, to receive your inspirations…
They always bring one deep inside, so full of Truth, Beauty and the Shabda Dhun.
So much love.
I center on my heart filled with Love; Lesley your words are so soothing.
Gave me goose bumps. What an amazing poem, thank you!