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There, evil lures thee.
There, ye go running.
There, ye fear God.
For there, he deals thy reward.
And all have their reward.
The oneness of all wisdom
May be found, or not,
Under the name of God.
In the Garden at night
The fool wanders along dark paths,
While the wise man follows paths lit by the Moon.
The Sage reflects the light of the Moon,
And thus lights all ways.
In times of flood,
the great men of old
sought higher ground.
In more recent times,
they sought gardens of the mind.
Now, we seek the
Kingdom of Heaven.
It’s the time tested way.
Though, it is as Heraclitus wrote.
The known way
Is an impasse.
1. So let us not be now dismayed
By the foolish games we’ve often played,
But let us seek the brighter way,
That we may walk by the light of day.
2. And let us humbly hear
The ancient Wisdom of the past,
And let us heed this wisdom,
That the way might not be passed.
3. And let us be a strength to those
Whose souls are now in need,
For the Sages of old have taught us
That all humans can be freed.
4. And in this luscious garden
Let us humbly seek the Way,
That our souls may be Aligned
As we, through these wildflowers, play.
Gardens on high,
Let me, in thee, reside.
Open thy gates
That I may sooner hide
From the terrible dragons
That gather outside,
And the great pits of fire
Lest I now, to them, slide.
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