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Three Sacred Seeds

Three Sacred Seeds

 Ancient One and Giver of knowledge and wisdom.  Yes, 'do right', what can I help you 
What are the seeds of life? I have searched once and twice.

You could end up searching all your life, but I am willing to be nice. Knowledge and 
wisdom have been friends longer than I can recall. They had good times and plenty of 

I am willing to share, if you promise to keep, protect and part only to those in need, and 
want a feed. If you dare, say I swear? 

Years ago, I looked high and low and thought their were no more. I asked kings and 
queens, even the good and mean.  No one seem to know, which way to go.

I almost loss hope, but decided failure was not an option. And truly I was at the bottom. 
So, hear we go.  Pay attention as you enter the door. Don’t look back, even if you come 
under attack.

Now that you have arrived and still alive.  I can part unto you, the Three Sacred Seeds. 
Pay attention please.

The first seed is love. Many say it came from above. It’s good for hurt and pain, and 
others things that are similar to the same.

The second seed is faith. And has saved many a face. In the darkest of nights, faith 
brings bright light and spiritual sight. Hold on to it very tight.

The third seed is forgiveness. Very precious and rare, almost like fading hair. This seed 
brings powerful results.

 These seeds connect the disconnected. Some say, they are older than time. Believe in 
them, and they will set you free, if you truly want to be.

Now that you have the three sacred seeds, go out into life and plant spiritual harmony.

Dr. “G” 

Copyright © Franklin Goode

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