This Call To Action

The immortal spirit of every human being is engaged, whether he wants it to be or not. Jon Rappoport

This adventure should change you. Radically transform you. In real ways that you can watch happen day by day.~Caitlin Johnstone

We already have natural immune systems.  They work.~Jon Rappoport

We are Holy. When we meet,
microbes leap, greet

informing, learning evolution croon
invisible dancing thrill breathing tunes,

our receptive lives trading as we keep
ourselves alive, wake from our sleep.

We don’t know divine’s looking through our eyes.
In this great awakening, the string pulls

deep inside, it is my own creation
I decry. I stand empowered, pray some

childhood misperceptions which led me
to create a life unloved away–suddenly

the outside force that fed on this belief
is snaking, a loose hose, air escaping

hear the hissing failed attempt to suck my
energy. Falsehood has no place, erased

as I reclaim my sovereignty. Called to
our places—we signed up for this—the game

is on. The test is clear. No holding back.
Chin up, my dear! In this coming race, step

out of time that tries to force your pace. There’s
only now and there’s no how when we care.

Take each step, released. Realize we’re free,
have been, and always will be. Simply see.

Inspired by: Ambivalent, Call, UnderstatedManeuver and a gorgeous iris in the rain.

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Victoria Stuart

I'm a poet, philosopher and inner seeker. A giver, lover and a healer who studies the heart.

3 thoughts on “This Call To Action”

  1. I struggle with knowing what more to say about our leaders. I decided that they were just not up to scratch a long time ago, so what does this pandemic do other than to reinforce those feelings? We can use terms like “sunk to new depths”, but really they haven’t – they’ve been that deep all along.

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  2. I love “we dont know divine’s looking through our eyes” and “this great awakening.” New Zealand shows us how effective good leadership is. I wish we had one of her in every country for ten years, to undo all the damage done. Sigh. Beautiful writing.

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