Margaret Alice

Rookie - 3 Points (The Crystal Age / Pretoria - South Africa)

Anchor in foreverness


My ideal is learning to see and feel
perfection in everything and everyone,
my dream is love unconditional through
acceptance of everyone and everything

Without the boredom of world peace –
respect for the need to be different means
focusing on a personal path ignoring all not
wanted without judgment or fighting

While respecting those who need to reject
and judge to justify their own existence; secure
in the knowledge- life is lived on mental islands,
safe, untouchable by opposing ideas

I’m free to let them be without fear, without
forcing them to fear me – this is wrong with
all creeds; using teachings meant for quiet
contemplation only as a basis for

Enslavement, but man is FREE, we CAN
respect ALL freedom, most of all; let’s
respect our own freedom without living
in prisons for false security

Freedom will change society, by making rules,
problems are proliferating, a faulty formula
can’t be fixed by adding more steps to the
administrative process

Bureaucracy teaches to locate the problem’s
source and implement a new solution, not
add another authority to the faulty
procedure in order to

Anchor the failing status quo in foreverness…

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, January 14, 2009
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