Treasure Island

Christopher Pacini

(Des Plaines, Illinois, USA)

I Came To Learn


I came to learn about Love and I learned
that we are Love in action.
I came to learn about Courage and I
discovered that we are Courage in action.
I came to learn about Truth and I now
realize that we are Truth in action.
I came to learn about Compassion and I
now understand that we are Compassion in
action.
I came to learn about Life and I now know
that we are Life in action.
I came to learn about God and I am
convinced that we are God in action.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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