A book of poems that is not only beautiful, but offers also personal development ideas
This is a poem inspired by Marianne Williamson's "Our Deepest Fear" (in A Return To Love: Reflections on the Principles of A Course in Miracles), which was quoted by Nelson Mandela in 1994, during his Presidential...
Tribute poem to my father on the anniversary of his passing.
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.
Sometimes our journey through life may be akin to surviving a tornado; but within the tornado is an eye of calm to find.
April is National Poetry Month! Although I don't write creative hubs often, I do fancy poetry quite a bit. Here are some of my own poems reflecting on nature's beauty, as well as man's humanity.
The speaker in Paramahansa Yogananda’s “Variety" muses on the vast number of people and things in creation and how there are never two individuals exactly the same.
They mysteries of life and death are beyond our comprehension. Trusting God when life is difficult is possible when faith rules our hearts and minds.
This poem uses the scarecrow as a social commentary on how we should treat our fellow man. We should put ourselves in the shoes of others and try to understand their situation before judging them.
When inspiration does not come, I go for a walk, go to the movies, talk to a friend, let go… The muse is bound to return again, especially if I turn my back! ~Judy Collins