A Life Worth Living - Poem by Clinton Siegle
Human beings cling to material things that are cold as snow, whereas I seek the flame of love.. For I have discovered that material things kill painlessly, but love revives us through torments. Often people who criticize your life are the same people that do not know the price you paid to get to where you are today. relax we are all crazy it is not a competition I am the kind of crazy you were not warned about because no one knew this level existed. The greatest prison people live in, is the fear of what other people think. Did you ever listen to someone for a while and wonder who ties their shoes for them? Me too. Been there done that. Then been there several more times. because apparently I never learn. IF you wish to understand the universe, think of energy frequency and vibration.
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