To my ego who asked me to tell more,
To be more honest and
I wouldn’t have come this far.
And the homeless,
Who, so misunderstood,
With no voice yet to call their own,
Need love and understanding all the more.
While A Course in Miracles defines ego as something bad, in the context of these writings it is not bad, but merely in a state of reactive learning.
A debt of gratitude goes out to all those unsung heroes who gave me my life’s lessons one way or another. I learned so much from all of you and sincerely hope you learn the powerful contributions you made to society. May you graduate to greener pastures. It is why we are here!
Maybe this will inspire some to find their own voices and tell their own stories in their own way. Some will be repulsed, others unaffected, such is the diversity of life. Yet each and every one possesses quality like Lila. Find yours.
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