Long for it a constant search
Observe from a unique perch
Why we seek why we pray
Venturing out each day

Longing a place in the soul
Lack of chatter quiet whole
Connection to familial presence
Call it home feeds our essence

Supporting timbers stand us up
Belonging fills our cup
Longing laugh and such
Center does not need much

Alone one lonely car garage
Need a tribe to lift recharge
Sitting forlorn in our cups
What’s missing valued much

Seeking ballast in your life
Resist stewing in your spice
Cross the chasm of inner space
Reaching others is your grace

What makes you feel centered connected, what does it mean to you?

How do you access center and connection?

– Stewart Levine ©

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