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Choosing Paths
by E T Waldron
Friday, May 26, 2006
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Paraphrasing two similar thoughts one from the Tao
# 53 "The  greater way is easy, yet people prefer the unknown side paths"

Jesus "Straight is the right path yet the crooked path to destruction is more heavily traveled."


We can't choose the road to Creator after we are dead.So it is best to make our choice, then if we veer off the main course once in awhile, we at least have the opportunity to get back on, with His help.


A fork in the road I must use precision
I look right then left to make my decision
I want to choose wisely which one I take
I know one is real, while the other is fake

One leads to Creator but what of the other
Can't I just take a short trip,see what I discover
Okay so  temptation is making me daring
It's fun to see what else there is without fearing

I made a wrong choice now I must pay the piper
Got stung by a bee and bit badly by a viper
I lived through the worst of it got on the right road
Wisely chose to get help to carry the load

I'll watch very closely being guided by the son
I may veer off ,but try to stay on the main one
At least I know now I made the best choice
On the road less traveled I can hear His voice


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Reviewed by ROCK-Salt! Proctor 6/8/2006
Very well put.!!! On the road less traveled, I can, at least, hear His voice. A title for another poem? Art
Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 5/30/2006
A beautiful expression of life and faith!
Birgit and Roger
Reviewed by jude forese 5/29/2006
continue on your wise path ... there are no wrong choices as long as we correct them ...
Reviewed by Huda Orfali 5/27/2006
Wonderful poem
Full of faith
thanksfor sharing
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 5/27/2006
Yep, this isn't a time to flip a coin.
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 5/27/2006
To follow Him, will never take us down the wrong road. That is the one thing I am certain of always.
It's good to be back. Back reading and enjoying all the beauty and talents therein.

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 5/27/2006
The Road Less Traveled is usually the best road of all.
Reviewed by A PAX 5/27/2006
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 5/27/2006
well done
Reviewed by Peter Paton 5/27/2006
A tremendous remake of Robert Frost's classic " The Road Less Travelled "....
If it was me Eileen I would always take the right fork of the road...:)
Reviewed by Cynth'ya 5/27/2006
We all must choose wisely. Lovely my Sister,
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 5/27/2006
Hmmm, a touch of Peck and Bunyann.
Yup just follow the son...
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 5/26/2006
Perssonally I think the right path looks more well trodden, but the left path may be more fun and elusive as less have used it...but if my Jeep won't fit on the path, then I will have to make it bigger...ed
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