What do we search for what is a longing?

A place we can rest and feel belonging

Where we let down quiet our cells

Let go personality chill our real selves


A place to plug into center and source

Waters flow over we chart a new course

The grounding space receives electrical rain

Comfort simplicity soothe chattering brain


Warm familiar faces remind there is home

Conversation connection says you’re not alone

Restful sleep heals you to the bone

Nourishment feeds the longing of existential moan


Feelings engendered induce tranquil sleep

The words of Christ hit us very deep

When you get restless insane in your wake

Can’t find the traction enabling your brake


Remember Jesus suggested the answer

The place to plug in stop the disaster

“When two or more are gathered there is one”

Community connection always shining sun


Do you have a place where you plug in deeply, rest, and feel home?

Have you recently acknowledged the people in that space letting them know how valuable they are to you?

– Stewart Levine ©

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I have always been a seeker, always looking for the answers to what seekers ponder. I can remember Dr. Maxwell Maltz and Psychocybernetics; Dr. Carl Rogers On Becoming a Person. Moving through my legal training and practicing law the focus was always about people and how to better their lives. All that searching, reading, studying and introspective work culminated in this collection of daily readings for seekers.

My work in the world has progressed from fighting legal cases to mediating divorces to helping people understand the essentials of relationship and collaborating to these poems. How can we collaborate effectively and work with each other in harmony to create the world we seek. How can we mindfully enable this world to become a place that works for all.

My prayer is that through introspection using these poems as a guide we can all grow together in making the world the Heaven on Earth we all aspire toward.

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