A Discovery

by | Apr 6, 2021 | Philosophy

Ambiguity in the church-house
Where Satan is concerned
A force that’s seen outside ourselves
A bacteria or germ

Jesus held in high esteem
For the way he died
No sense of participating
In creating what we find


[Note of: 12/1/2019] I actually found this both interesting and a little
confusing, what in the hell did I mean? As I examined it and attempted to
go back there, I think I was alluding to the fact that as our culture and
society developed, certain ideas were set in motion that we take for
granted, even today. For example, in the first stanza, rather than looking
at what occurs in the world objectively, we give it context. If things are
considered evil, rather than laying it on those who are producting bad
choices, we call in an outside, unknown source.

In the second stanza I’m reminded about how we hold the cross in high
esteem because it’s how Jesus died. I mean when you really stop to
consider that his contribution is reflected symbolically by most Christians
by the act of his suffering, it’s sad.

At any rate, the bottom line of meaning, written into the stanzas is we
help to reinforce those contexts by buying into and holding them as

Because most have not woken to the fact that consciousness itself is an
aspect of creation, through our judgments and perspectives we solidify the
very reality we war against, I’m suggesting here, we’re not obligated to
accept without critical thought that which generations passed/past have
handed down.

Linda Brady

Linda Brady

Grandma Linda is a squigily peg in a square hole. Her poetry is aimed at moving the world to love, unity and perfect margaritas. And after years of perfecting the art, she has the skill to paint a better world and make it so.

When she is not serving customers, gazing at rocks, or visiting her grandchildren Linda is writing poetry. And even during all the above activities she has been known to write still.

– Zackary (self proclaimed “Favorite Grandson”)