Living is serving and learning to serve
Letting go of the ego and growing nerve
Shifting the focus from I to thou
Caring for others both then and now
Stepping into greatness is simple not hard
Let go of inward focus look out at your yard
Make observation of who wants to get where
Help them design steps then sit back and cheer
The glory that lies in this precious art
Wells up in your inside filling your big heart
Shifting your gaze from inside to out
Time helping others makes you very stout
These thinking habits are opposite to
Our cultural learning of focusing on you
That hell is a place that locks you inside
Being me focused will not help your pride
Please guide yourself one step at a time
Personal revelations will make your life sublime
Connecting your light to your giving source
Guarantees you’ll look back with little remorse
Where do you spend most of your focus – self or others?
What is more satisfying?
Can you think of ways of serving that would be more satisfying for yourself and others?
Is there anything preventing you from doing that beyond habit and inertia?
- Stewart Levine ©
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