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One With My Father

I am one with my Father, yet my Father is greater than me.

The belief that we are separate is illusion and fantasy.

Created by the ego, it is deceptive, it is contrived.

Belief in separation occurs when unity is denied.

When we lower the blinds on our house, the sun doesn’t cease to shine.

When the ego darkens the room, we still remain divine.

I am one with my Father, yet my Father is greater than me.

The belief that we are separate is illusion and fantasy.

Created by the ego, insecure, lesser and bruised.

Belief in separation occurs when wholeness is refused.

Raise the blinds to awareness, to our indivisibility.

We are one with God, our source. We are one and will always be.

- Lisa Murphy Taylor © 2020

www.poemeopathy.com

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