AHO Speaks

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Religious Teacher - Poem by AHO Speaks

Who speaks for the troubled person of today?
How to get in touch with their God and have their say.

It is not the who, how, what, where or why but the content of your voice.
A way to relate and seek support for a serious choice.

If as a child teach as a child and perhaps a bit more
Give them what they need to open their own earthly door.

A teacher has the responsibility to lead the way
Not just to repeat what someone else did say.

To know how to establish a relationship with their God
It does little good to find out when the body lies in the sod.

To discuss the meaning of 'fruit of the vine'
Also the fact about the image of bread and wine.

To talk about others who in time spoke of truth and love
How did they hear the word of God and the spirtual dove?

How to live life with abundance and cope with denial
God is good listener and will never put you on trial.

Place the presence of God in your child's mind
Show it is not difficult their own God to find

10-07-05. Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 7, 2005

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 26, 2010


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