jane horner

(10 february 1962 / liverpool)

Budhism


Just to be
And feel nothing
Light and free
Sheer and shade

But feeling everything -
The flight of a butterfly
The weight of a train
Come to a point of knowing

Accept and embrace the world
Don’t hold on to any thing so tight
Everything is yours, still out of sight

When you reach the point at last
Where possessions are nothing
But thoughts are all powerful
You can have all you desire

That’s when desire will be lost
Free at last


August 2008
Looking for inner peace...

Submitted: Tuesday, October 14, 2008
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