Vortextically Speaking

by | Mar 15, 2021 | Philosophy

A Martyr for others
Is also denial of the Self
Magnified outward
Resource of Source on a high shelf *1

Rescuing others
A reflection of guilt
Or, an ego defined
Throughout lifetimes built

Or, another perspective
Aligning with GOD
Knowing more is possible
But lost in the job *2

Constructing a judgment
That’s something is wrong
Through constant resistance
You never find where you belong

So live and let live
See others as free
To live up to their standards
In coming to BE

For if not have walked
In the shoes that they wear
Or, know of their pressure
Whether or not care

The projection of judgment
Is the place to look
As it short-changes another
And you too will be hooked

Calibration employed
In full measure to mete
Honor the mirrors
Joyfully greet

Observing calibration
A Vortextical step
An obtuse configuration
Perhaps seen as inept

But, for those connected
To this world undivided
Every answer available
And ultimately provided

Fear not the mirror
Stand in the NOW
Quantum Physics makes us creators
But not by pulling the plow

A heart that is full
Full of love and respect
Side-stepping judgment
That’s all, I suspect!

9/27/20 #2
4:34 AM – 5:05 AM


*1 If GOD/Source/Energy is an inherent part of who we are, then when we
approach others as broken and need of repair, we think that it reflects
compassion. But it’s also a very paternal idea that we have to take care
of everyone else. If we’re walking the path and we know that Source or the
Vortex is in control, it’s closer to plugging others into creative
solutions rather than having pity on their given set of circumstances.

In other words, the GOD within us reaches out through us as we recognize
that that is the process.

*2 Not sure what this particular line means. The beginning of the stanza
makes sense. . . The perspective of aligning with God and knowing more is
possible than whatever it is that appears to be present, at the same time
allowing whatever is present its space to be what it is without resisting
it. Maybe that’s what the line, “But lost in the job” might mean. For
change to occur, resistance to ‘what is’ need not be present for the
resistance is also a force that simply helps to reinforce that which you
are standing against.

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”)