The Wild Child

- Tursiops truncatus A dolphin surfs the wake ...

I wake up when I wake up but lie still, as I contact the Unseen Creator.
I go through the day as if it’s the best day of my life
I dress in ways that generate debate yet not sexually suggestive or haggard
I don’t live by DEPENDING on things, like money, around me yet I use them
I live all too aware of the fact that I am mortal yet I am unusual
I live uninhibited by my own hormones and basic drives yet I am comfortable with having them
I don’t depend too much on others, whoever they may be, so long they are only humans
I am unattached to traditions I don’t understand yet I do not slander or pontificate
I do not fully understand the supernatural/unseen world yet I do not doubt its reality
I live like I have 100 more years yet completely fearless of death
I am softer than water, tougher than the rock, freer than the breeze, more passionate than fire
I am not God and I do not contribute to a universal mind
I am just a wild child who belongs to the Creator.

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8 responses to “The Wild Child

  1. This is amazing! I LOVE it…

  2. Dianne, been a while. Nice having you around again.
    QUITE glad you LOVED it.

  3. I really like this. I am going to print it out. Good mantra. Genius

  4. Hehehe!!! Untethered One, really glad you really liked it. Here’s one for you.
    I don’t believe in mantras yet I don’t live a lawless life.
    (Wink-wink!)
    Please, print till your printer runs out of ink.

  5. couldn’t have said it better myself! lol really like the line about not depending on others, so long as they are human. lol

  6. So long they are humans. No offence intended, but humans are not consistently trustworthy. Sometimes, even the noble-minded fall So long they are humans. No offence intended, but humans are not consistently trustworthy. Sometimes, even the noble-minded fall So long they are humans. No offence intended, but humans are not consistently trustworthy. Sometimes, even the noble-minded fall So long they are humans. No offence intended, but humans are not consistently trustworthy. Sometimes, even the noble-minded fall short.

  7. Give it up, Doc. I think you are likely some kind of superhero. But using a blog as a disguise will not work you know.

  8. Trent, thanks for your amusing comment, but we both know extra-ordinaries come in ordinary packages at times. I am normal!

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