Through The Eyes of Creation

November 28, 2009
By Anonymous

“Wonder and want,” the sea beckons me to listen. “For they expect you young souls to stay confined in boxes marked by gender, size, race, and age.”

“He’s right! Yells the forest, “For all they hand to you is what they expect your life to become; they give you only what they want to see each life grow to be.”

“With the sea and the forest, I must agree.” The elderly mountain, the wisest of the three, calmly states. “If given an apple, look also for the tree. For what you are given is only part of what the whole may be; the source is the key to understanding what they wish to keep hidden.”

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