herbert guitang


Open Hands


It starts with a heart of love
With the soul flowing of sincerity
A simplicity of self but imparting own behalf
With purity of intentions ready to give
Sharing gifts, reliefs, donations, pledges and any amounts
But the unseen shares are the time, efforts, and prayers
The good care, assisting the unable, and soothing the pain of people;
- Sharing can be our encouraging words

Sharing has begun with the Creator
The Son shares His life to us
Everyone has the Seeds of Helping
With an OPEN HANDS

Blessings of heaven will Shower back upon us
Pride and Greed hinder the Sharing
Bitterness blocks the benevolence
And Love of Money closes our Affectionate Palm

But our deepest heart will remain gentle
Laying our means to touch lives
Delight with dedication to give and help
With an Open Heart
Sharing will make the wOrld full of LOVE.

Submitted: Friday, September 06, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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