Life Cares Not

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Life Cares Not

By Tony DeLorger © 2014

The divinity in life cares not for our petty squabbling,

nor the seeds of hatred nurtured by ignorance,

only the imbalance caused in the pursuit of self,

and the circumstances required in response.

Life itself has no intent apart from being,

and propagates within its perfection,

and destroys within its course to attain balance,

the state within which perfection resides.

Life does not judge, does not have perspective,

simply abides within its parameters of existence,

its perfect course of resolution and maintenance,

striving always to ensue in growth.

Divinity is the sacred core of life,

from whence came creation from void,

the omniscient intent for being, invested in action,

and we, the potential of being to consciousness.

Divinity is a state of being,

the ultimate perfection of creation,

and it cares not for our lowly aspirations and reckless ways,

we alone, as custodians of one minute facet of being, must take responsibility.

Divinity, God, life have no wish or opinion,

as we are part of them all, and live within them,

at the mercy of our own innate imperfection,

striving for that which is perfect in state, in intention and being.

We are vessels of potential,

with the opportunity to learn.

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Tony DeLorger 2 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia Author

Thank you MsDora, I'm glad you appreciated it. I believe that we, are part of creation, are part of the divinity that created life, and therefore have endless potential, far greater that we understand. Take care and lovely to hear from you.

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MsDora 2 years ago from The Caribbean

I have to read this philosophical perspective slowly. It is deep and I can relate to most of it. "Divinity, God, life . . . and live within them." That's a bit challenging for me, but I love the message in your last two lines. Beautiful poetry!

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