The Art of Nature, Time and Eternity

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Poetry exists within nature as a medium, and we are the caretakers. I heard it said once that in the writing process, we are either master of the work itself or else serve the process of creating. We, as a world seeking change, are akin to being away from the main path and onto one by which we are unfamiliar. The natural impulse may be fear, the alarm of going back, speeding forward, or, and I believe is better, taking our time and keeping our faith and purpose, so that we know we will eventually arrive at our ...
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Poetry exists within nature as a medium, and we are the caretakers. I heard it said once that in the writing process, we are either master of the work itself or else serve the process of creating. We, as a world seeking change, are akin to being away from the main path and onto one by which we are unfamiliar. The natural impulse may be fear, the alarm of going back, speeding forward, or, and I believe is better, taking our time and keeping our faith and purpose, so that we know we will eventually arrive at our destination. Let us slow our revving motor down from high gear, and relax, everything is going to be alright. Nothing in life happens without reason, and we all, each and every one of us, can tell war stories. Take time to master the process, never-ending, and I stress, 'gradual' change. "If we can get over our computer analyzing thinking, we may enjoy the paradise of the present", so said a humanistic icon of the 60's. Let the music play through the noisy day to day life and be well. Life is like a prism, composed of all shades of light, coming from the initial source. We cannot contain knowledge of everything at once. Then we need to be aware that we learn as the light of truth, which will set you free, given its conditions imposed upon you. Take a walk in a natural, quiet setting and that know nothing but that we belong something greater. This is a precious, fragile, blessing of a gift, "life", we are living. You are part becoming whole, and can do anything if you put your mind to it. So let it be, and the music will play, ending one day our shared plight now caught in a windy storm. There will be a rainbow waiting to give you the rewards you deserve. Keep the faith, be well and let the storm subside, as it will anyway, eventually.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781462679119
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 7/2/2012
  • Pages: 244
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

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