AHO Speaks

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Truism - Poem by AHO Speaks

If your God is compassionate, loving and giving
Then also the God of your life is living.

It makes no difference the earthly name
Definition, meaning and need; not be always the same.

Born out of a culture, tribe or a race of people
A cave or tent, a temple or church and some without a steeple.

Mankind's perception according to a time, need, and place
Intellectual contributions seldom add to a people's faith.

All things on earth eventually evolve
With a compassionate creator God; human problems can be solved.

The God of our father's father and even before
Everyone is responsible for each child who comes through the door.

Your God's will is seen and has been done
The birth of each child whether a daughter or son.

Only in our minds can we see God's holy face
Our sense's form images to keep in memories place.

The suffering, poor, weak and deprived
They need others, so they can contribute and also survive.

10-12-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 27, 2010

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