Just Live in The Moment by Manatita. A Dedication, to Hari Prasad S (shprd74)
The pretty white Lilly, that waltzed so gay,
Enhanced her loveliness in every way.
Spoke only in silence with little to say,
Yet bedecked or adorned her garments lay.
She danced with the zephyrs beneath the trees,
Free; unassuming; vibrantly at ease.
“Worry?” Said the Lilly, ‘bout the ‘morrow’s ‘keep?’
I toil not; never sow, and do not reap.
But the Master nourishes; clothes me, while,
I inhale the cool air and swing with style.
Not a tear or strife; not any sorrow,
I radiantly smile, why fear tomorrow?”
I urge that you end the wearisome stress,
Just live in the moment; He’ll do the rest.
-Manatita, The Lantern Carrier. Copyrighted. 3Rd November, 2015.
~ Awakening The Inner Light ~
The Sacrament of The Present Moment
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