Friday, March 29, 2013

Why Do You Grieve?

Good Friday

Do you grieve for the loss of a loved one?
Do you grieve for the good ole days?
Do you grieve for your own loss of innocence?
Do you grieve for the freedom your denied yourself?

Do you grieve for the love you never shared?
Do you grieve for the good deeds you withheld?
Do you grieve for the life you have not been living?
Do you grieve for the one you never held?

Do you grieve for neglecting to say, “Thank you.”?
Do you grieve for not listening to the stories that they told?
Do you grieve for the way you never travelled?
Do you grieve for the fear of growing old?

Who grieves has not fully given.
Who grieves but those who have not freely loved.
Who grieves has held on and limited another.
Who grieves but those who have not opened their heart.

It is time to give all you have to all those you encounter.
You are here to waste no time.
To give all to all, including you in every moment.
Make sure you touch the heart of all you find.

You see there is no grief in loving.
There is only grief in fear.
There is no loss in finding.
There is only sorrow in feeling so unclear.

When the light has come, we see things lightly.
When love has come, we know there is nothing to fear.
When light has come, we know the way.
When love has come, only blessing do we say.

Love shows us the happy ending.
Light shines within our mind.
Love leads us on paths that lift us higher.
And light fills our hearts with joy each and every day.!

I love you brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers.
I love you holy friends.
Let us remind one another,
We are together now and always.
With Love there is no end.

Loving you, 
Betty Lue

May all Beings walk in Beauty.
May all Beings live with Grace.
May all Beings share their Wisdom.
May all Beings give with Faith.

May all Beings hear their message.
May all Being teach with respect.
May all Beings learn their teaching.
May all Beings forgive to resurrect.

May we all remember our own Heart Song.
May we all remember to be true.
May we all remember to give with humility.
May we all remember You are Me and I Am You.

Betty Lue, February 13, 2013