New Poem by Me: God Never Martyrs One Idea In Favor of Another

New Poem by Me: God Never Martyrs One Idea In Favor of Another

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God Never Martyrs One Idea in Favor of Another

The lion lying with the lamb,
each dwelling in their own endless sphere:
David didn’t kill Saul in the cave when he had that chance;
with nothing to prove but respect and love.

No one is unsafe in taking a stand for what they believe
No one’s needs are secondary to anyone else’
Each one’s place is assured, guided, governed, and protected

One project/demand/child/creature/thought/thing/cause/class/person
is not at the mercy of another, if realized by God.

No elbowing authorized,
nor superior one-up-manship allowed,
No equivocating doormat behavior permitted,
or anticipated inconsequence tolerated…

God takes absolutely no pleasure in sacrifice.

Each of God’s ideas (you and me and all that is real)
are eternally good: necessary, essential, and complete
Each individually unique, must fulfill their purpose
revolving without competition in seamless harmony
Created only to thrive: nurtured by benevolence and defended by omnipotence.

Did God kill Jesus in favor of the sinner?
No, Jesus lives forever and the sinner is reformed.
Both embrace their destiny: so which does God love more?

God is total Love itself: there is no loophole nor escaping it…
Each of us has got it all but so does every other idea
No matter, there are enough infinite infinities to go around.

And only conflict, lack and disease are jeopardized,
perpetually squelched as inherently impossible,
inevitably nonexistent in the everlasting singularity,
of ever-present peace and wholeness.

Polly Castor
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I work to amplify good wherever I find it. I love color, texture, beauty, great ideas, nature, metaphor, deliciousness, genuine spirituality, and exploring new territory. I encourage authenticity, nurture creativity, champion sustainability, promote peace, and hope to foster a new renaissance where we all are free to be our most fulfilled, multifaceted, and terrific selves. Read more here.


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