“A Woman’s Worth” Marianne Williamson

We remember everything
We remember Mary holding the baby
We remember watching him die
We remember wars and murders
We don’t even know we remember

We remember ancient temple sites
Our healings and our prophecies
We are present at the beginning of. things
And if people would only let us,
We would teach the marvellous lessons,we learned from the experience

We cannot get to our knowledge
Because the world is too loud
And we rend to make it louder
As we cry out in pain
Pretending we are singing

We add to the world’s cacophony
Because we don’t know its our job
To turn down the noise
And listen to silent symphonies
No one told us that,for thousand of years
They haven’t wanted us to know

But when we break free
And see the game for what it is
We will let out our bowl
Our silence will be deafening

We hear the holy choir of angels
Our eyes will brighten
And our smiles will burst forth
We will see the angels
And know the angels
And do lunch with them
And speak their case

We will be intimate with the stars
And ride rainbows to ancient lands
We will light up like lamps
And the world will never be the same again.

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