LaSoaphia QuXazs

Rookie - 2 Points (1934 / Budapest, Hungary, living in the USA)

I let go, let God.

Life is for me calmness & peace, good living and true happiness,
Which includes perfect health, mind and body in completeness.
I do not wish to attract poverty, sickness or any trouble,
Just enjoy life, have purpose, never need to fight any battle.

Certainly I choose to do kindness the way others understand it,
That is the only thing should return to me many fold & I can only profit.
However, I let go, let God direct my way,
Always following his guidance, which is my own feelings
In peace & true contentment I face my day.

Every step in my life shows progress,
Never need to be impatient or rush in distress,
I do not need to be sick anymore,
Or attract problems to learn the lessons as before.

I learn my lessons swiftly without trouble or pain,
God knows when I'll be ready for a higher purpose to gain.
Even if I know or not, I always do His will,
When I understand this truth, I never feel guilty, my fate I'll fulfill.

Submitted: Sunday, June 05, 2011
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