Ugliness rises And I must choose rage or peace I seek out beauty Advertisements
Wind’s movement graceful The earlier fortitude Now a gentle song
I move with the wind Upon these steel wheels Over asphalt night I was able to ride this evening. Something I delight to do, though time has been challenging of late. The feeling of drifting over the road has long brought me tranquility and peace. A critical peace of my sanity while, as a young […]
I lay in the dark My eyes feeling drawn downwards Peace in the silence
Life’s complexities Tranquility’s opposite Argued with moonlight
This is my challenge Stare inwards free of judgement Embrace compassion
Often sleep damaged When we try to cram our souls Into other forms Life is hard enough without trying to force ourselves into something we’re not. Finding a place of deep love and compassion for ourselves is a key step to everything peace and tranquility.
A message from the bishop of my Synod in response to the recent horror in Las Vegas : Violence begets violence. Peace begets peace! We must be about peace. + Bishop Kirby Unti I found this a perfectly poetical statement, and a powerful part of his email introducing this letter.
Moving through mid-day I step outside and reclaim Focus and vision
What can we now do To face down our culture’s rage Find a path to peace