Home is within sometimes buried deep
When you go seeking the path very steep
Hard to gain access through many layers
Resistance comes from your many players
The trail’s very windy switch-backs dead-ends
So high and low you may get the bends
False starts distractions injuries too
Furious activity then nothing to do
Deeply embedded your compass and gyroscope
When seeming lost they provide hope
Your faith the fuel on your voyage home
As long as it’s with you you’re never alone
How will you know when you arrived
What signal will beckon invite you inside
There is your butler drawing your bath
Quietly revealing your next sacred path
The journey’s not ending in this life or next
Your schoolbook an epic an unending text
Home is your process discovery your birth
Wisdom transforming most misery to mirth
Learning acceptance thankfulness too
For the vehicle borrowed and what it teaches you
Allowing your partner gods’ presence inside
When you walk with god you’re home you’ve arrived
What has your journey been like?
Can you hold it as a learning lesson or is the drama important?
What do you do to perpetuate the lessons?
What have you learned today?
What will you learn tomorrow?
What is your true goal?
- Stewart Levine ©
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