Journalizing Time – 7 Grace This Food

Read the preceding poem (Let God) again slowly to really get into the feeling of its message.   Read every word and feel within yourself.

Now it is time for you to write sentences beginning with “Let me”.

You may find yourself crying as you write, but it is your Soul expressing what it wants out of life.  Know this:  Every time I read this poem that I have written, with my Soul open, I cry from the depth of my heart.  For this is what my Soul really desires.

Now, as you look at your own words, you will know what will truly make you happy.  For it is not a rich mansion or a sports car.  Because, until the Soul is happy, none of these types of trappings matter.  That is all just fluff in which you use to disguise yourself.

Disguise,  because you think that it’s this stuff that makes you important.  It doesn’t.  You are important because God loves you and cradles you here and now in this form.  You’ve been blessed with the greatest of all God’s gifts – Pure Feelings.

O.K.  By now you want a break or you are hungry and could use a snack or a cool glass of water.  To keep in the mood, and to help you stay within your soul, read the next poem before you eat.

If at any time you stop being meek or get disturbed, then go back a few poems, so you can return to that state of being open and somewhat vulnerable.

Grace This Food

The food is Thought from God,

And each Thought from God is a Thought of Love.

My body is in singular form and is a Thought from God,

Which is a Thought of Love.

This Thought of Love, which is my body takes in a Thought of Love,

Which is the food and that food is added unto my body.

How great my body be for it is nourished and sustained

By the Love of God that flows through me constantly

From the food I have taken in.

Blessed be I to receive God’s Thoughts of Love,

And Blessed is the food that is eaten by me…Amen

©2002 by Karen Lee.   All rights reserved.

 

 

 

About Karen Lee

Karen Lee Chow (1955 - 2017) was a full-time mother, artist, and poet, a very special person in many ways. She wrote a journal book of poetry called “How to Feel – Take a Special Spiritual Journey into Thoughts and Feelings” published in 2002 by 1st Books Library. With her book, she wanted to touch others in the same way. Karen didn’t expect everyone to agree with what she had found in the deep recess of her heart, her soul, but she hoped others would hear her out and take their own journey with her. This book is being posted for all to read.
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