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It is Balance We Must Come Into

Originally posted on Troubador of Verse:
***** Recorded Reading (3:55): ***** It is Balance We Must Come Into We seek inwardly to ourselves perfectWorking to elevate our energyErasing patiently every defectWhich by keen self examination we may see Remedial…

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Originally posted on Anonymously Hal:
My pain has always been prettier on paper… The way my tears land and make the ink bleed through the faded blue lines… The way my frustration smears the page into blurs of illegible letters…

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Spiritual Essays #113

Originally posted on Kelly's Quest:
How To Escape From Self-Fulfilling Prophecies and Limiting Patterns? by Jayaram V Have you ever wondered what could be the most important cause of all your problems? Why do certain things greatly concern you…

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The Gift of Books

I’ve had a long love affair with books and reading. Not only have I learned most of what I now know from inside their pages, but books have enlarged my vision of the world, created possibilities for my life I … Continue reading

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The Enemy

Originally posted on The Light is On:
This feelinglike a memory has entered meof the clear skyalive with starstouching both horizonsis the enemyThe walls know thismy world, the wallsand iron abovefirst and only sight of heavenand yet the memoryis of…

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A violet light

Originally posted on Visionary Poems:
A violet light spilled onto the waters from high in the firmament Where the sun was a’setting  As the blue sky of day swept away by opaque lilacs Burgeoned in a crepuscular lambency The great star of daytide shed an aura of…

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Many of you have likely noticed that Monday’s Poem of the Week often have themes related to medicine and family. I make no apologies for this, for this is who I am, and this is what I do. However, as … Continue reading

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A Gardener’s War

Some guys love working in their yards, planting, digging, pruning – I confess, I’m not one of them. While I enjoy having a home surrounded by blooming plants, along with a hillside of fruit trees producing oranges, lemons, and in … Continue reading

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The Gremlin of the Kremlin

These are thoughts many of us have. I’ll have more to say on this later this week.

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The Golden Rule

Originally posted on Banter Republic:
Whoever has gold makes the rules. As a matter of fact, they are entitled to making it up as they go along. Do unto others before they do one to you. Before they can anticipate…

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