All Is Beautiful
All is beautiful everywhere,
If not, you doubt your eyes;
All is melodious in this world,
If not, you test your ears;
All is perfect outside you,
Only faults within disturb you;
You're part of infinite world,
Not this world extension of you;
If something, wrong, it lies in you,
Not in the world that created you;
Never judge things beyond your reach,
Those transcend barriers that limit you.
You're a dropp in creation's oceans,
You're a speck in infinite horizons,
How you grasp creation's dimensions?
Unknown and beyond itself is beauty,
Beyond and transcending is the melody,
That created you to judge itself, perfect;
Trust the world that transcends you,
Trust beauty, melody, perfection there;
For, you're its sub-plot, nut and bolt;
Doubts in you is fault in you,
A barrier to fit in to cosmic gestalt,
A call to fall back as immature you are.
Beauty, melody, perfection in truth,
Inside you, in harmony you score;
How you connect and how respond
To wonders and charms exist around
Judge beauty, melody, perfection within
And bestow joys and griefs of life;
Foibles batter in grief to better you
To fit in to the world and live with it,
And find all beauty and joys of it,
And find all melody and harmony in it,
And discover perfection in this world,
In its subtle wonders and charms inherent.
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