Self-Expression – the Status of the Inner Journey

Every one can be a poet as long as we truly connect to the Source, because the beautiful lines flow out from nowhere but the spring of our heart pools.

This poem was written by the British writer, Metaphyscian Stuard Wilde. I like it a lot, even more if he had had used God instead of gods in it:

I am what I am.
In having faith in the beauty within me, I develop trust.
In softness I have strength.
In silence I walk with the gods.           
In peace I understand myself and the world.
In conflict I walk away.
In detachment I am free.
In respecting all living things, I respect myself.
In dedication I honour the courage within me.
In eternity I have compassion for the nature of all things.
In love I unconditionally accept the evolution of others.
In freedom I have power.
In my individuality, I express the God-Force within me.
In service I give of what I have become.
I am what I am:
Eternal, immortal, universal, and infinite.
And so be it.

             ~ Stuart Wilde


However I would like my own self-expression poem, here is mine:


I am not my name,

I am not my culture,

I am not my training,

I am simply I am.


Through meditation I stay within God

With prayers I converse with Spirit

Within God I have nothing to fear and

My courage is growing day by day

In Source I shuttle between the two worlds,

In Love I see the beauty of all God’s creations

In Peace I understand all living beings and the universe

In detachment I experience freedom

In gentleness I show strength 

In Gratitude I offer my service to God’s will

In Service I fulfill the mission for reunion with my twin in Heaven

I am simply I am

Eternal, immortal, universal, and infinite.

             ~ Helen Xinhui Zhu


How do you like it? please let me know by commenting below.

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  1. By Hermes Birkin Kelly on July 18, 2013 at 12:50 am

    Hermes Birkin Kelly…

    své také.Very good, thanks for sharing…

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