CONNECTING THROUGH KNEELING
The author of this reblogged post, Becca, says, “I am encouraged most faiths are supportive of this Divine Connection as part of one’s spiritual journey – supporting my thoughts … “we are all connected”. Because this is so much the central message of my own allegorical fairtytale poetry series appearing in my blog since late November of 2011, I wished to share it with you here today, as a sort of transition into the next phase of our critterfolkly friends’ questing journey into the brightest possible light to show the way to peace and goodwill for all. Please enjoy. You will also be rewarded for checking into other posts at http://beccagivens.wordpress.com. May we all be connected!
I attended an all-girl Catholic boarding school for high school. My education, steeped in tradition including education about faith, trust, love of God and the relationship with Him and the Trinity, quite naturally included learning elements of evil and sin.
These years were immeasurable and invaluable in creating good academic habits, lifelong friendships, and shaping my view of the importance of prayer, and its lifeline connection to God.
I am encouraged most faiths are supportive of this Divine Connection as part of one’s spiritual journey – supporting my thoughts … “we are all connected”.
Void of light and love
Wages of sin distances
Corrupts souls of all
Connection on knees
Prayer awakens us within
Lifeline to God
This is written as a Haibun – a literary composition that combines prose and haiku.
© by rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011 – 2012
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