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In and Out and In Again

Compassion wears an overwhelming,
mountainously exterior face

Filling
and refilling outside
while emptying inside 
ego flowing focus,
co-passion concavely felt
known valleys of contentment
wealth woke
health awakened
empathically safe embraced interior

Connected,
often without conditioned
encultured
articulated
verbal content

In-between integral ego/ecosystems
inducing and producing individuation,
MeWe co-relational identity
bicamerally felt communionation
bilaterally known
primordially contextual
full of mono/multi-culturing words
and empty of unmanifest feelings

NonZeroism,
like Taoism,
and Universally exterior
co-passioning Unitarian interior,
seeking
and reseeking,
deflecting
and reflecting integrity
of inside meaning
for outside purposes
co-empathically peaceful
restorative
therapeutic
healing

Viral
vital
vivaciously curious
intelligence

YangOut
and YintegrityIn,
Above
and below,
Wide compassion
and deep co-empathic
passion,

universal
and unitarian,
conserving strength
and liberal flow,
colonization
and creolization,
convex
and concave,

mountain
and valley,
transcendent monotheism
and immanent panentheism,
sacred
and secular,
mono-divine
and poly-humane,
Sun enlightenment
and Earth empowerment,
Right
and Left,

West
and East,
North
and South,
Spectral 
and NonViolet,
healthy political spiritual culture
and wealthy economic natural climate,

Hierarchical pole
and matriarchal hole,
1
and 0,
AnthroSupreme wealth
and EarthTribal health.

Copyright © Gerald Dillenbeck | Year Posted 2022

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