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Finding Your Way Home

It’s easy to get lost trying to find your own path.
Living in this material world, you’re vulnerable to Satan’s wrath.
Free will offers many choices on the journey along the way, 
And the ego takes advantage creating experiences of dismay.
Your stubborn pride pledges independence, proclaiming it’s not you-
But rather, it’s the universe so to your tendencies, you stay true.
Your conscious mind offers no console and instead demands you find a way,
Inducing fears of failure and stunting any chance of repartee.
Determination sometimes ignites the spirit persuading you to go on-
At times, permitting positive encounters of which you then rely upon.
Still, inner peace continues to evade you despite achievements you have made,
And your subconscious pleads that you retire your long-lived masquerade.
This encourages you to consider that, to life, there must be more-
Then, you dedicate yourself to self-empowerment, like you did before.
Glimpses of salvation encourage you to keep on keeping on, 
But the Deceiver won’t allow for it to last for very long.
Feeling desperate and forlorn, you finally surrender to the Light-
Declaring ignorance and begging for intervention with your plight.
Supreme Universal Energy grants you forgiveness for the asking, 
And bestows grace upon you for faith everlasting.
You eventually learn the lessons set forth when you were born,
And gratefully accept the opportunity to begin to transform.
And though you, at times, waiver between hope and feelings of dejection,
Your soul is uplifted as God assures you of your perfection.
You endured many obstacles having ventured on your own,
But absolute love has finally brought you home.

Copyright © Kim Hilliker | Year Posted 2016


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