Treasure Island

Abdul Wahab


>>>>Equilibrium


I am greater than Muslims
Wiser than Hindus
And stronger than Christians

You are all welcome to take all the attributes
You need

I am left very glad
To go along with my consciousness

Best wishes to you all
to be attached with this world

and at the same time
be the part of liberation

I need not anything in particular
Being everything
I am left extremely pleased

Congratulations to all of you
For defining and classifying everything
Into something or other
And taking away all the nomenclatures

I am left very happy
In equilibrium and all-embracing.

Submitted: Saturday, February 08, 2014
Edited: Monday, February 10, 2014

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  • Ed Nigma (3/14/2014 3:45:00 PM)

    The natural harmony of positive and negative and the balance in between. Hard for some to understand a peace within the chaos knowing that, that is it's very nature. This is most definitely greater than the mere thoughts of man on this plane of existence. A grasping for straws in the wind, man is ever trying to embrace the infinite higher knowledge never realizing it is nothing that can be fully grasped but it is he, that will be embraced by the willingness of letting go and diving right in. Very nicely done.

    Allan Gerard~ (Report) Reply

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