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Books
· Thursdays With Death


Articles
· Examples of Our Divinity in Sacred Text

· If the Ego Controls, Then One is Among the Walking Dead

· Death Comes Not to Scare, But to Accompany One to the Next Dream

· The Last Three - And Most Unusual - Spiritual/Consciousness Levels

· The Next Three Levels of Spiritual Maturity

· Spiritual Evolution May Be Key to Beliefs

· Organized Religion Complicates God

· Only Those Who Have Put Themselves to Death Will See the Kingdom Of God

· Does T.L.E Equal G.O.D?


Poetry
· All is Love

· As The Dead Walk Away

· I've Finally Merged With the Loving Divine

· To Offer Love Along the Way

· When Man Forgives, God Forgets

· The Door of Love

· My Ego's Toy

· I Sleep to Awaken

· Greetings Divine One

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  Love Ends The Thirst
by Scott Knutson
Saturday, September 22, 2007
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There are those who often wonder

What their purpose is in life.

Some walk the path of plunder,

Some walk the path of strife

 

Some find their lot in worldly things,

Some in the beauty of a hill,

Others work and work and praises sing,

Of the beauty of their pill

 

But our simple purpose in this space:

Loving those found at their worst.

For love, if left in the proper place

Like raindrops, ends the thirst.  

 




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Reviewed by Eugene Williams 11/3/2009
A wonderful thought thanks for sharing
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 6/13/2008
I don't walk the path of strif. I don't want worldly things. I don not work, love everyone and my God and Savior accordingly, think I have put love in its proper place. AT least I am well pleased about how I am living and I know where I am going in the end. Many do not.
Reviewed by Cryssa C 3/5/2008
I love the last two lines of this...
so thought provoking and so, so true!

Cryssa
Reviewed by Richard Swartz 2/9/2008
way to go nicely done good rhymeing and very well put..

Richard
Reviewed by Rafika Anderson (Reader) 2/6/2008
What a tenderly crafted and philosophical poem. The flow and rhyme are well paced and engaging. The last line is a veritable jewel.

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