Janice M Pickett

Rookie (Middlesex England)

The inter-connectedness of life on Earth

Quantum leaps of mammoth proportion
Vibrating the energy of a world once dying

from a breakdown in energy

Man awakes to a realisation
that he holds the power within
magic is in fact not an illusion
as once thought and expressed

Energy so powerful is
resonating to higher frequencies
fast Infinate perhaps
Connecting and attracting desires
into a once desolate creation

Feng shui the art of discovering
the energy within a place
These elements that impact on our lives

The force that drives us and

spirals us to greater heights

The matrix perhaps?

in all it's facets unleashed

and ready for exploration

Energy changes us

moment to moment

in the realisation

that without energy

friction and movement

nothing could exist

Life is the way it is because

it is familiar this way

and safer for us than stepping out

We feel safe within our narrow


What if?

By creating every experience in our lives

we could change it all?

For every action is created by man

and for every action

is a reaction

However we think about it

whether we consider something is

possible for us to do

or we think it is not possible

Whatever way we think

We are right

for we will be as we think

Such is the universal law

that connects all existence

This is the great secret to

our salvation

Submitted: Friday, March 27, 2009

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