Photo Credit, Meg Wheatley

I don’t wish clutter in my heart, 
nor in the hearts of others.
There is much that masquerades as importance,
while its real influence is distortion.

I do wish clarity in my heart,
joined with the hearts of others.
That invites and yields genuineness
in the on-going practice called living.

2 Replies to “Clarity”

  1. Thank you for this. It arrives as punctuation. A moment of perfection. There is an easing in my heart. A gift. Remembering.

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