It’s not the way things occur, but rather how we make them go.
When the outcome to an experience is either good or either bad ~
is dependant upon the accompanying feeling that we had.
Thoughts established in the subconscious over time.
Are connected to our habits kept as deep in our mind.
Especially to the behavior relating control as a reliable power ~
in the ego’s self preservation to stay safe by the hour.
If Dr. Seuss were here I am sure he would say.
All the minutes of the hours that makes up our day.
All the days in a year that offers us the choice.
To begin with joy and to end in rejoice.
Holds an opportunity of discovery and the difference might seem ~
between the ransoms of life and our ability to hold a dream.
The heart is our vehicle and it’s a potential in all of us ~
to uncover the idea that the “I” in us champions our bus.
We drive any outcome that involves our decision,
to dead ending in the present, to gratify the ego’s mission.
I know Dr. Seuss would definitely agree.
By exposing the “I” to the idea of we.
It would be healthier to the mind, the body and soul ~
to align our psyche universally so.
And when we all are one and when we all can agree.
That the oneness of all verses the “I” in me ~
can initiate the blueprint of the human kind ~
by allowing the heart to escort the mind.
Resolution can be easy and by the nature of human persistence.
May well stimulate the mind with an awareness of its existence ~
to shift in consciousness, referring to what might be essential ~
to the human evolution by a virtue of the souls potential.
I know Dr. Seuss would definitely be proud ~
when we all can unite to praise out loud.
We’ve overcome the “I” and have accepted the “we”.
While we remain connected by the continuity ~
of one thought, one mind, one voice and one heart.
We both would agree ~ holding that vision, is one heck of a good start!
Peace my friends and enjoy the journey, Kris