You Are Fine. They Are Not

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Take this moment, then replace it. Turn it so it fits, releases and sits. It was unsteady and rocking, now it is stable and eternal. Their moments are colossal and uncontrolled, spilling and temporary.

You are fine. They are not.

Smile in initial meeting, offer your hand in grace and in respect. Receive an icy gaze and a cold, dampened temper.

You are fine. They are not.

Express freely and discuss passion, poetry, daily imperfections and opinions. Observe them clam up and become enclosed without identity.

You are fine. They are not.

Be willing and grateful, offering and the first to stand in. See them sit in solitary silence.

You are fine. They are not.

Speak out and be upright and a flexible, deepened knight. Notice how they remain reluctant and uptight, rigid and firm.

You are fine. They are not.

They whine, depress, drag and sink. You state in an honest, uplifting mission, daring and afloat.

You are fine. They are not.

They drone, bore, wear and remain. You keep, share, preserve and leave.

You are fine. They are not.

They have nowhere else to be. You simply be anywhere.

You are fine. They are not.

They dwindle. You twinkle. They want what is you. You they are not, and you are not them.

You are fine. They are not.

~ By Richard Parr

humanembodiment.com

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3 thoughts on “You Are Fine. They Are Not

  1. Love, love this!
    Great share, my friend♥

    I hope you’ve been keeping well – a hiatus is good as long as it serves our health, happiness and chosen purpose in life, yea 🙂
    Thank you for sharing your light and do take care, too

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