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The child in us
by dan Rosenhagen
Friday, April 27, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Faith in the unseen

 The child in us

It is the child in us who rebels against the idea of death, as he would rebel to stay awake when the time comes for his nightly slumber.

 Just as it is the sage in us who welcomes the end of the day,  finding peace and healing in the comfort of his dreams.

And when we awaken, we will find ourselves within the universe of our mind, submerged in the sea of universes of our mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers.

Our soul and spirit become as one,
but are separate in purpose. The soul
holds the individual knowledge of itself in enteral karmic expression.

The spirit is the skin of the soul's
infinite body, and the face of what the soul has discovered and grown to become throughout time.

The nature of mankind is the combined sum of the soul and spirit
inside himself.

The nature of God is the combined sum of the souls and spirits of humanity, inside himself, as humanity then, is the child inside
his bosom.




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Reviewed by jude forese 4/29/2012
the child rebels against the idea of death because the child is recently born and senses where he came from, his previous death ...

excellent poem!

Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/28/2012
This poem brought me back in time to my younger years when I read a book that dealt with the idea of each of us being three distinct personalities...child adult parent. That book and the phsche course I was taking at the time changed my outlook on life.
Reviewed by Diana Wiles 4/28/2012
A wonderful philosophical piece with promotes deep thinking..
Reviewed by Stojku 4/27/2012
Our soul and spirit become as one,
but are separate in purpose. The soul
holds the individual knowledge of itself in enteral karmic expression...Wonderful.Very deep these verses......greetings
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 4/27/2012
Thought provoking!!
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/27/2012
A child thinks nothing of God's war.


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