PART 2: WIND

(EARTH, USA, 17 March 2010)

 

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Editors Note: For your inspiration, thought and sweet mediation. These are the songs of life that forever see us in this time and space. Will the Wind always be the same Wind? Does the Wind change as the seasons change? There is heat in the night and day and cold of winter time. Here also the Wind moves, hot and cold. Warm is the sunshine, is it distinguished from the Wind?

 

 

Greetings Brethren,

 

Peace be unto you. I would imagine that we could never say all there is to say about the Wind. What have you thought about concerning the trees that move?  What of the things that float and fall to the ground? Is the Wind the air? Are we surrounded by the space of earth that houses the Wind?

 

Same Wind

 

This day I thought of the longevity of

the Wind. Is this the same Wind that

passed me by on yesterday, today

and tomorrow?

 

Nothing leaves or is destroyed. How-

ever the nature and composure of things

evolve and change for various reasons.

 

I cannot see the Wind in a human and

fleshly sense. But I know it is there

because I see it not but I see what happens

as the Wind blows, it moves.

 

That same day as the Wind passed me by did it

also return? I felt it once more than once

upon my face. Could we both be touched

by the same Wind?

 

What is God telling us in the Wind? I hugged

the Wind one day. I felt peace in my arms

as my mind saw and embraced the Wind.

The Wind tells the story time and time again.

 

What story does it tell?

                                                          Quickly listen as it gently passed me by. A

hard Wind blew to be heard. A soft and gentle

Wind blew to extend Peace and Paradise.

 

Part 3: The Wind: Where Does The Wind Go?

 

Peace and Paradise,

Dr. Carl A. Patton writing for the FreedomJournal Press 23 April 2010 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.

 

 

 


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