Nothing is static that’s truly alive
The fact that we learn a sign we can thrive
One thing we need to think until clear
When we can blink our attention shifts gear
The complacent among us likes things to remain
They resist the changes life force sustains
Stars shift and winds blow and cells rearrange
And suddenly “bedrock” appears very strange
What does this teach what does this say
What of the voices describing our play
Look for the answers inside your soul
Look for the teachers that help you grow old
Trust your own voices measure your own energy
Do not forget the questing that broke you free
When you return to familiar space
When you circle around and revisit a place
Remember that as it appears quite the same
Your soul has shifted weather failure or fame
As you ride your current navigate your tide
Remember godhead trust the counsel inside
How do you talk to yourself about change?
How do you react to change in your world?
What kind of counsel do you seek when major changes take place in your life?
What kind of resistance to change do you have?
What is the real source of that resistance?
- Stewart Levine ©
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