But going there is life

How come in parts of happiness I live,
which sometimes hide under a lot of fears
and pop out now and then when I see well,
the meaning lies of being in this world?

If I could find a way remaining there
in peace with whom I am inside, unchanged,
then I achieved the goal I set myself.

How come I am not able to succeed
to do so on my own?Β  I do fall back
at times into my lacking self esteem.
It will take time, but going there is life.

my small stone for today πŸ™‚

Comments on: "But going there is life" (14)

  1. Lovely Ina – every ‘stone’ you cast causes a ripple.

  2. If you can achieve this goal, Ina, do tell us all how you have managed it! Please.

  3. Francina said:

    Hi Ina,

    thought provoking poem. Inside we stay the same even though we change on our way through life.

    groetjes,
    Francina

    • Hi Francina,

      Thank you very much! πŸ™‚
      Sometines I think we need to remind ourselves this life is a sort of learning school. Maybe we don’t really get wiser with age, but at least we will have had more time to think!

      Groetend! πŸ™‚

  4. Lovely poem, Ina – I can relate to this one!

  5. Lovely Ina,

    I guess it’s all about the journey!

    Love and hugs xx

    • Hi Christine, thank you very much! πŸ™‚ Yes you are right, it is the journey of life.

      Love and hugs πŸ™‚ xx

  6. Hey Ina, I just wanted to let you know about The Dark Globe’s β€œFebruary Shoot Off! Photography Competition that will beginning February 1st, and Running Through February 14th… At The Moment We’re Voting on the Themes for the Photos if you’d like to Partake Here http://thedarkglobe.wordpress.com/2012/01/26/february-shoot-off-help-us-choose-the-theme-s/

    Also, if you’d like to Submit a Photo, or know people that might want to, be sure to Let them know it will be Starting February First

    Thanks

    DarkJade-

  7. Yes, I have felt this (frustratingly) often…so at peace with who and where I am…and then suddenly at odds again with myself again. The process of the soul–or as Christine wrote, the journey that keeps us ‘guessing’ at little…and sometimes a lot!

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