Alone we’re born alone we die
Within aloneness often cry
Much of life delusion
Fighting inner confusion

Not so frequent oneness visits
Then we know wholeness in us
Periodically wake from the dream
Clarity of your sweet machine

Here for lessons pilgrim’s path
Stay mindful of feeling wrath
Only in body we get to feel
Lower emotions animal sphere

Life can be tough on the human plane
Contrast unity from which spirit came
A higher dimension place called home
Never alone part of the whole

Unity’s memory of life on earth
No matter nobility or regal birth
Search for a path back to god
Not serious please wink and nod

Is living in body a context to feel, explore and learn about self and emotions?

Are scorecards and achievement important?

– Stewart Levine ©

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