Disconnected

disconnected

I see all forms of disconnectedness.

A disconnection from mother to child,

from Lover to partner,

from husband to wife,

from employer to employee,

from Humans to Nature.

We are loosing touch of what is truly important to us,

our    H u m a n i t y.

Every person attached to the cell phone, taking videos of the

most horrific accidents for likes, while the human being in the picture,

waits for a ambulance, for help, for touch, for assistance.

Disconnected, what makes us human is we need Love, Touch, Attention,

connectedness to the Divine universe, our spouse, our family, our community.

Our humanity, our heart, our need to be touched, a minute to gaze into each

others eyes, undivided attention, a moment to hold your hand, a whisper to

soothe your fears, affirming your love, trusting your inner voice, your

female self to guide this path of  unknown steps.

Love.

 A need to speak my truth, without being judged.

So you can hear what I need. For your partner to hear what your

needs, desires, aches, urges are.

Instead of keeping things on repeat: eat, sleep, shower, shit, work.

We are designed to experience love and spirit.

Every fibre of our being needs it and we cling to the idea

that someone will hear our needs and wants, but you are

your own Saviour, your Own Light.

The devil we know, resides in the mundane, the routine, the

forgetting of what makes us magical, this life.

Love for ourselves, for our partner, for nature, for clean air,

for clean running water, living an aware and awakened life,

we cannot be less, but need to be more HUMAN.

Alive, Spiritual, Be ourselves, Whole, One,

in Sync with our Unique self.

YOU.

 

 

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