Gregory Allen Uhan

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God's Hierarchy


God's true hierarchy
Is not a race to the top
Not a battle for power

Hierarchy is not putting oneself ahead of others
In order to attain Positions of authority

Hierarchy is not the power hungry
Hoarding wealth creating poverty

Hierarchy is shouldering
God given responsibility
With sense of love and duty

Hierarchy isn't the oppression
Of those below

Hierarchy is teaching
Enabling growth
aiding in the ascension of all

So all life may be lived in peace on equal ground

Those higher up reaching out a hand
To elevate all those trapped below

Man's meritless hierarchy
Placing monetary wealth
On a pedestal of power
Makes a mockery of God's hierarchy
Births self destructive society

True leaders to be looked up to
Do not separate themselves from the herd
True leaders integrate/understand
The daily struggles of the average everyday life

True leaders act out of love and equality
True leaders do claim their superiority

True leadership under God's hierarchy
is the liberation of each individual soul

Hierarchy is only a temporary means to an end
Empowering each soul to be his/her own leader

Submitted: Monday, March 04, 2013

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