Yesterday, I referred to “you at your core”
and tossed out the words, “essentially human,
Problem is, I didn’t establish what it means —
to me — to be divine;
to say “Yes” to a divine
After many years of seeking a spiritual home; seen as
a wanderer lost — where are my wanderers?
— I found home.
It is not a religion, new thought, old system of beliefs,
or other structured thing to join or label myself with.
Though god knows I tried on many of those options.
What I discovered is… I am always home when I am
connected to the truth of who I am.
I am, we are, more than our physical
We are more than our thoughts and feelings, though these
are powerful allies (or liabilities) in our quest to know
I discovered that my soul’s full expression is
easy — life is easier — when I’m tapped
into divine energy.
You might call it God, source, the universe, spirit.
No matter, you experience the connection when you are
lost in your work, ecstatically exploring the body of
another, seeing a blank canvas transform into a piece
of art, singing, healing, living wide awake.
Connecting to this divine
energy is home, yes, but saying “yes”
to who we must become in order to live as divine
and experience all we are here to feel and do might require
us to leave home, separate from our tribe — just
for awhile, maybe forever.
The thing about really saying “Yes”
is that you are heading into the unknown and must
trust that all will be well.
And it will be. It cannot be otherwise.
So if you are ready to ride
with me, I’m glad to have you along.