Treasure Island

Michael Hopkins


Fear Not And Take The Lead


So, fear not and take the lead and worry not within the pettiness of your fears.

Live within the world of fear, yet be apart and able to touch upon the glowing Light, that Light that will bring you back to your good senses and lead you back upon the path that will assure you a place amongst those who carry the torch of freedom and lead the way to the heart's way.

For now, few can truly see the need.

For few are not bound by the chains of ego. Be not afraid to show what freedom you have and lead the way to a better tomorrow.

See others as companions and co-workers in this journey toward the Light.

Seek not fame and seek not fortune. For these are traps or detours to keep you from yourSelf.

Seek always that which is best and most beautiful within yourself and share it with others within your world.

Submitted: Thursday, February 21, 2013
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