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Divine Order; Where we find ourselves

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« on: Apr 22, 2019 11:05 pm »

Sometimes we find ourselves in a momentary place where we might not be working or There is no apparent activity happening but it might be that we have other things to accomplish at that time we might even be helping someone from a distance And that is our spiritual duty for the time being which we can be grateful about. I am reminded of the great Himalayan Masters who are Changing the world By there a vibration and meditations who are looking out for the welfare and spiritual progress of millions of meditators.

And who would be doing the greater good? The one, who establishes and keeps the peace and love in his surroundings, e.g. as a householder, a salesman, even a soldier... a beggarman, a thief...

...or the yogi in a cave?

Aren't 'both of 'em' keeping the peace, the love?

They are said to be enlightened, because they are in complete harmony with the universe...

"Father, Son"

Father, son
Locked as one
In this empty room
Spine against spine
Yours against mine
Till the warmth comes through

Remember the breakwaters down by the waves
I first found my courage
Knowing daddy could save
I could hold back the tide
With my dad by my side

Dogs, plows and bows
We move through each pose
Struggling in our separate ways
Mantras and hymns
Unfolding limbs
Looking for release through the pain

And the yogi's eyes are open
Looking up above
He too is dreaming of his daddy's love
With his dad by his side
Got his dad by his side

Can you recall
How you took me to school
We couldn't talk much at all
It's been so many years
And now these tears
Guess I'm still your child

Out on the moors
We take a pause
See how far we have come
You're moving quite slow
How far can we go
Father and son

With my dad by my side
With my dad by my side
Got my dad by my side
With me

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