Masa MbathaOpasha

Rookie (05/01/1961 / Durban, Republic of South Africa)

MOKSHA LIBERATION


MOKSHA•LIBERATION



Knowledge. Action.
Light…Moksha!
Consciousness.
Self awareness.
Inner power. Liberation.
You are unique
like the sun, the moon, and the stars
You don’t need no idol worship,
no human applauded vanity
Heaven is where we are
when we think where we might have been
Moksha! Moksha! Sweet liberation
Moksha! Moksha! Leave the mind at rest
Make room for comprehension
Cosmic insight brings emancipation
Moksha! Moksha! Imagine your own goodness
Release your natural intelligence
One language is never enough
To enrich your lifelong dreams
Spanish, English
Dutch, French
Good Russians speak Chinese
Beautiful impressions
above all limitations!
Supremely happy man
beyond fear and desire!
Moksha! Moksha! A final true liberation.

Submitted: Friday, November 26, 2010
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