keemusabi tzu


how did i get peace of mind
let me think
i went through some bad times
but i always wanted peace
or to be happy atleast
as far back as i can remember
i learned about karma early
you get what u give
so i changed,
always trying to figure things out
so i was angry
in the teens i was
i remember
honestly god was always in my life
he gave me peace
because i wanted peace
ask and you shall recieve
you know what i remember
the more i tryed to help people
the better it got
because i learned when i was helping
and whatever i was putting in
i was getting back
even now, i try to help you
things just get better
i truly want you to have peace
you must forgive all including yourself
you must love all including yourself
if you truly want peace
then consciously in every moment
you must be peaceful
live with an open heart

Submitted: Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, September 20, 2011

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