Today’s forgiving journal is a poem on forgiving and peace – plus a reading!!
I wrote a poem this morning on forgiveness and peace.
After that, so much of today has been about forgiving and choosing peace inside of me. I have learned so much about my process of peace, about loving myself, and about how to forgive and be gentle with myself. ❤
I’m going to share the poem with you, in case it inspires forgiveness in you!
John-Roger (one of my spiritual mentors) has said that “Peace is the cessation of againstness.” Boy, so true for me.
I would love to hear your own creativity on forgiving and peace, and how expressing it inspires you to connect to the loving of your heart.
Please feel free to share in the comments below. I love you.
ps – Below the poem is a reading I did of it on YouTube!! First time I’ve read a poem for the public.
pps – this post is my contribution for Dutch Goes the Photo’s weekly challenge, Nostalgia. Frank, I added some creativity with nostalgia for what may be. 🙂 Also, I did a video instead – a little unusual, I am hoping that’s ok just for this time (I was inspired).
Every day was a day
Drink in the love….it starts starts starts with
you receiving your own blessing.
Every day was a day to
See and hear and feel the wings of
L-O-V-E singing its name (OH what is that name, help ok got it ____ peace)
The dove comes to you not in your
Understand, not in your Coax, not in the -ing of
It comes in the “What if…..?” The
questioning of your being-ness, the hyphen shows
the way because it connects you,
every breath, every
to the God, the source, the river
of going home.