Let it Go


The assertion that families can pass down trauma from generation to generation

Just might be so

We must learn how to deal

We must then let it go

The struggle with attachment

The mind clings to negative things

The persistence of tribulation

And all that it brings

The imprint of family tradition

Takes deep root in the youngling’s mind

The stigma that is associated

And all of its kind

The burden that will face you

When all is said and done

Did you build any new happy memories?

Do they push out out the bad ones that are now next to none?

DCG

The Ameliorist


So you haven’t had it so easy

For yourself you had to fend

How do I get over my feelings of abandonment?

As a child I had to pretend

Sometimes it takes a lifetime

For you to work things out

If you never take any action

HD Thoreau’s quiet desperation

May surely come about

The ameliorist must make decisions

An ever changing environment we face

How do we improve our situation?

How do we stop running in place?

The path to reach any piece of mind

The thinkers must make amends with the past

Those who feel deeply must forgive any trauma

And mediate the iconoclast

DCG

Does not the braggart remain the fool?


You can build an intellect

Upon which you shall discern

The merit of a liberal education

Applied to that of which you shall learn

When you place yourself above others

Citing knowledge and facts you claim you know

Setting yourself up as authority

Isn’t it sad that this is what the braggart must show

Social media as an echo chamber

Test the water with politicized debate

But if you never look at critical evidence

You will only achieve a stalemate

What is morally reprehensible

Using ad hominem to attack

Belittling any opposition

Wrongly deposing any rendering of fact

When moral turpitude is not taken into account

Your only attempt is to try and school

You miss the forest for the trees

Does not the braggart remain the fool?

DCG

Acting within our Sphere


Did I choose wisely?

I can’t really say

If you don’t stand for anything

The choices will define you all along the way

Better to make a decision

Testing out on the world what you believe

So that you can readily falsify

The information you will receive

We are agents

Acting within our sphere

What remains hidden?

What remains clear?

Do we ask the right questions?

Do we take into account?

The cost of our failures?

To what extent and in what amount?

DCG

Careful the mind does not Daunt


It takes motivation, will, and determination

And to want it really bad

But to manifest a goal in sight

You must develop the behaviors you once thought you had

As dedication and discipline

Comes with a price

Don’t rest on your laurels

Make the sacrifice

It will not come easy

You must persevere

Navigate any resistance

Keep the mind clear

Illuminate the purpose

The heart wants what it wants

You cannot serve two masters

Careful the mind does not daunt

DCG

Ipso Facto


We are drowning in information

While we starve for wisdom

EO Wilson was right

We must synthesize input with our central nervous system

The Buddha once said

I never see what has been done

I only see

What remains to be done

And with this said

I give you my worth

Ipso Facto

We must act on our reason perpetually after our birth

DCG

 

Just Put it on the Marquee


 

The damning judgements

That some friends and family members make

Often disrupts a healing

For a soul’s sake

Maybe they are not all wrong

Maybe they only see just one part

However if not being careful

You can persuade a person to depart

Separation from friendship

Separation from the family

Separation from supportive voices

May lead to uncalculated calamity

Do we make haste?

Do we look beyond our own need?

Do we project our own views?

Are we open to concede?

Are you giving advice?

Are you listening to me?

Do you like to hear yourself talk?

Just put it on the Marquee

DCG