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The Cornerstone - Poem by AHO Speaks

God will take care of us even unto and through the end
God is not really a God; but rather a dear, dear, friend.

God is everything good that we will ever come to know
Forgiver of the intenional sins we did sow.

God is not a definitive meaning but more the feeling of human touch
The spirit within and without; whom loves us very, very much.

God is not just for a prescribed time for those who believe
God was the creator of the first two human beings; we called Adam and Eve.

God is not the center of fear, punishment and anger
Just as the holy one would never treat its children as a stranger.

God does not give much more to one than to deny another
The universal creator is one and has no sister or brother.

God must continue to support its original thought of creation
The emanations were universal and none to a favored nation.

God wants us to be fair and share with all those in the river of life
Its image is illuminated by the children and is our gift of light.

12-27-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 17, 2010

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