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Perfect Timing

At One With Eternity

Things exist and they move about. As we perceive
Things existing and moving, time is created.
It is perfect because it came from the big bang.
From that one event everything that we know sprang.
To the concept of time we are dedicated.
To think otherwise is to be daftly naïve.

Nothing asserts itself. It’s about attraction.
I prepare the environment for unwanted
Situations to become my reality
Through my practice, then, what I don’t want comes to be.
Only by insecurity am I haunted.
What is the proper way to get what I want done?

Sometimes things seem to force their way into being.
That is never the case. I attract them to me,
Although I may not be aware of doing it.
Being more conscious would be to my benefit.
As I clean up my vibration, I am set free
To explore more alternative ways of seeing.

Things occur not in response to words or actions
But through vibration. Perfect Timing is the way
Of the universe, and I have enough control
Over when, where, and how things will happen. My goal
Is to sync with the Timing. It can be child’s play.
I’m fully prepared for upcoming attractions.

Civilization

The Scourge Of The Planet

On its axis it spins as it orbits the sun.
Tucked away in a safe lane where life can evolve,
The earth is a unique place in this part of space.
It is well within reason to fully embrace
The magnificent order which does not involve
Fears that it may collapse before it’s all begun.

In close proximity to other planets, the
Earth is part of a system that keeps on going
At least for a few eons more and without flaw.
Scientists and philosophers ponder with awe
This machine of perfection that all is showing
To we humans who need to grow desperately.

Our fears have become many throughout history.
Things are put on the list, and then they are removed
As we find the solutions, but then there are more
Problems found. It is our fascination with war
That keeps our consciousness where it can’t be improved.
All that ever changes is methodology.

A hundred years from now, what will be on the list
Of the things most not wanted? The list we have now
Will be shortened… then lengthened. A new set of fears
We will have to propel us into new frontiers
Of unsolvable worries. We’ll manage somehow.
Our biggest issue is to learn to coexist.