Sticky Note 2: Harmony in Haiku
Cultivate it from within
Then you receive it
Divinity in Practice
I'm inclined to believe that the most righteous act in all humanity is love. Unconditional. Unsolicited. Undeserving. Love. It is the common thread amongst that which we consider celestial. Tying us to the tail ends of shooting stars. One could only hope to coruscate with such brilliance in the dark or sunshine. Love shine like sun god. You be child of God. You be light. You be warmth. You be recharging. You be life. Blind them with your truth. Reveal to them the way even when they claim to be headed in the right direction. Let your spirit sing holy through its vessel. Be divine. Be love.
Free Write ((10/05/16)
As of late, I've found it increasingly difficult to write from any space outside of love and accountability. Be it of self or others, but mostly the former of the two. I'm sure this is because of changes that I've been trying to make in my day-to-day life. Having found myself lacking in both areas and reliant on the external to fill the void, I realized that I was my problem. In the like, I was, am, and will be my solution. I don't remember exactly where the pursuit started. I just know it was in between lines just like these. I remember carefully scrubbing ink over every empty space until I found them. Love and accountability. Once I found them I was hooked. I studied them. Until I knew them to be a part of myself rather than objects to be attained. I studied until I knew them well enough to teach. And I taught myself some more. I learned that love and accountability are the bases on which all things should hope to build a foundation. With feet planted firmly in both, one could manifest nothing short of greatness. Ascension, so to speak. I know the above to be completely true in my own life as well as the lives of others. I do believe it's this truth that motivates me. It drives me to share my failures and successes along this long road to what I could only hope is righteousness. Regardless... I'm now too deeply rooted in love and accountability to move. And quite frankly, I'm comfortable here.