Finding Time

BY: karenL

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It's everywhere.
Sitting on the bus
or driving in the car.
Waiting at the deli counter,
number 56 in hand.
Who knew 3 pounds
of lean corned beef
could get me closer
to the promised land?

Trapped inside the dentist's chair,
my eyes glued shut,
I give my heartfelt thanks,
and it doesn't hurt as much.

Finding time to pray
is not as hard as I thought.
Whether I'm kneeling in front of my bed,
or elbow deep in soapsuds
at the kitchen sink,
You hear me, always.

 

 



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Michael accepts it as fact that humanity has taken possession of its own intelligence, either for good or for purposes of hindrance. It is after all through the sense of free thinking that our world progresses, or retrogrades. Michael would have humanity exercise this intelligence and freedom with a sense of profound responsibility toward the Universe and toward the heavenly powers. end quote
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