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The Vessel and the Passenger


I am but a man put on this earth by the creator of 

all man kind, to be used as a vessel to spread his 

goodness his mercy, his love, his joy, his pain,

his inspirations and, his triumphs.  To pass

on infiniteness of creation itself.  I stand tall,

firm, steadfast to the earth like a centuries old oak

tree that may sway in the wind, but will never

fall...for I have been here for centuries past and 

centuries to come, for storms that have visited and 

storms that will last.  The one that I represent is 

still greater than all.  He moves mountains, heals 

souls, make rainbows, and listens to hearts.  He 

absorbs our pain.  He is the essence of beginnings!

I am but a woman put on this earth by the creator of

all human kind, to be a passenger on the vessel, to help 

spread, his goodness, his mercy, his love and 

his joy, his pain, his inspirations, his triumphs,

and to pass on infiniteness of creation itself

I stand tall, strong, with deep-seated roots of an old

oak tree, with the gentleness and longevity of a fig

tree that bare the fruit of the world.  I will stand up to 

the storms and sway in the wind.  But I will not fall, 

for I am from the creator that makes oceans, and skies, 

and moves the generations of all!

We are man and woman.  We are equal and separate.  We

spread unconditional love, joy, hope, and comfort,

laughter, songs harmony, visions of all that can be.  We

are man and woman from the very depths of our souls, with

spirits that soar! and pain that burns, and hearts that under

stand.  Passing on to generations, the rules of the land, and 

praising the creator of us all!  We are the chariots of life! 

We are the seeds of existence.  We are man and woman and 

we stand tall.  We are man and woman . . . We stand as one.

We are man and woman the vessel and the passenger.



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