Syndicated from Gratefulness, the online magazine of the A Network for Grateful Living. This is a global organization offering online and community-based educational programs and practices which inspire and guide a commitment to grateful living, and catalyze the transformative power of personal and societal responsibility. This poem was first published in Braided Way.
This is the highest expression of grief and the best bridge to gratitude that I have ever read in my life! Speechless.
A very unique cinepoem - inspiring and thought-provoking, thanks. From cradle to coffin, life is a brief journey, declare several of our wise and elderly gems, who continue to remain young at heart. "There are many reasons to treat each other with great tenderness. One is the sheer miracle that we are here together on a planet surrounded by dying stars" - Rosemerry W. T.
Dear Good Folks at DailyGood, thank you for sharing my poem! There are two versions here, you have the most recent and somehow a very old version, too ... this here is the correct text, but on the home page there is text that includes a railway (which was the original, but I changed it several years ago ...) Sorry I let several versions into the world. How confusing! Can you please make them all this version (as it is on gratefulness.org). Thank you! Rosemerry