Paramahansa Yogananda's poem portrays the attitude of the spiritual aspirant who understands the spiritual goal of realizing the divine nature within each human being.
Johnson's speaker offers an imaginative, dramatic rendering of the origin of creation.
Diversity defined as the inclusion of different types of people of various races or cultures in a group or organization. This poem is dedicated to equality and to embracing diversity at work. Enjoy!
Our desires make us see and want what we can't have so we become envious of others. This is an inspirational poem on the emotion of envy, driven by yearning, greed, and insecurity.
Inspired by the Biblical verse: For I am convinced that neither death nor Life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any power, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation will be able to separate us from the Love of God that is in Christ Jesus our...
Have you ever wished for a sign from someone who has passed on? Dimes From Heaven is a beautiful description of that exact wish!
The poem, "My India," is Paramahansa Yogananda's moving tribute to his native country.
The epigraph to James Weldon Johnson's poem, "Go Down, Death," identifies the poem as a dramatic "funeral oration."
In addition to being a poet, José Rizal is remembered and celebrated as a national hero of the Filipino people.
The speaker of the poem asserts that these “little fragments” come from “above” or from the higher consciousness that is one with Divinity.