Chicken (General) (Listen while you read)
Enter a world of wonder and light.
Enter a world where it is so bright.
Surprise, Surprise; you wonder at this.
Oh yes, in reality; life is bliss.
Come with me on a journey of wonder. That’s what it is.
Come with me on a journey of love. That’s what it is.
Come with me on a journey of light. That’s what it is.
Come with me on a journey of surrender. That’s what it is.
And what is it that we are talking about? Life, my friend, life.
We are all subject to life. Are we not? Yes?
“Yes”, I hear you say. Good; we all understand that we are all subject to life. And what is life?
Life, my friend, is what we shall have when we surrender. Yes that is right. Life is what we shall have when we surrender to all those things, inside, that make us not surrender. Do you get the drift? No? Well, to get it, you have to surrender.
To explain: To surrender to life means to allow life to have its way. And what is life? Life, my friend, is what you shall have when you surrender.
Now you are beginning to get the drift. Are you not? Yes, indeed, I believe that you are beginning to get the drift.
Life wants you to see it. Sounds funny; however, true.
Life wants to be available to you. However, until you see it, it cannot be. Once again, dear friend, we are losing you. Are we not? Indeed.
Life wants you to see it. Now what does this mean?
Life has it in its power to do many things. Does it not? Ahhhhh, we hear you say. Now you are beginning to see what we mean.
Until you appreciate that life is always there knocking on your door, you won’t be able to see it. Will you not? And until you allow yourself to see it; you will be confined to the limited aspects of life…. Dull, dull, dull, my friend.
We want you to see life. We want you to take that bull by its horns and allow life to show to you all of those things for which you yearn. Indeed this we do.
And so, dear friends; now you understand the reflection of the mighty chicken. A little fowl full of heart and love and mischief and wonder.
Are they not?
© Carolyn Page – ABC of Spirit Talk
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You’ve done the mighty chicken justice!
All hail the mighty Chicken…. I have always loved the chook, Hook. 😉
I grew up with them in our backyard. Too cute. 😉
(There are also a few chics on my computer desk to remind me… 😉 )
Love this! Thanks Carolyn.
Hahaaa… David, this reflection was such a joy to do!