Endorsin' the endorphin - a poem by Uttik

ammasriram By ammasriram, 4th May 2016 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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There are many apparent opposites and contradictions in life and in living. Yet, if we were but to look deeper, these contradictions are not only immediately dissolved, but the dissolution results in new understanding that is at the same time, sweet, beautiful, and profound.

Endorsin' the endorphin

'Tis strange that I can't measure sweetness if I have it not,
'Tis eerie that having found the most precious treasure of love, one gets lost,
'Tis most mysterious that when one seeks nothing, one gets everything,
'Tis frighteningly logical that being good does not ensure that the world will be good to you,
'Tis amazingly fair that pleasure and pain are to be given equal detachment,
'Tis remarkable that seeing death around us, we yet think not ourselves to be mortal,
'Tis verily enchanting that the highest wisdom comes from innocence,
And, most of all,
'Tis but fitting that Truth lies far from conceit and nearest to compassion.


Life Experience, Mystic Poem, Spiritual Poetry, Spirituality

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The writings are informal attempts at documenting spiritual, mystical and philosophical concepts learned through self-experience.

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