To you, first seek to understand the question rather than obtain the answer.
For many a times, the answer will lead us astray; forsaken.
The question, much more often than not,
Serves greater purpose than the answer itself.
This life, in its many complexities, is not meant to be dissected;
To become mutilated in attempt for truth.
Our response to provoking questions reveals the state of our heart.
In our heart stems peace of self. An answer will lead us to another question,
But the questions themselves shall introduce clarity.
Clarity — absent lucidity, newly redeemed– raised from the dead,
In turn, to raise the dead. Such is spiritual intention; life, a rite of birth!
Death did have me, but to him, I demanded to loose his binding grip.
Such defiance did silence his serpent tongue.
For who has told me of my nakedness?
My defeat, of my human sickness?
I am born of light, of love manifested.
And though I live amongst filth and earth;
Wholly and with consciousness,
I am but love demonstrated.
And love is not love if dwelt hidden between dark nights and shame stricken shadows.
Kindness is not kindness if fallen from a sharpened tongue.
You — shall you truly submit yourself?
For good is done by decisive consciousness and evil by nature.
Only by grace, to you I speak, can you know peace; absolute peace made free.
Blessed to be a blessing! Two-fold, seven-fold!
Love until life is no longer, every day and forevermore.
With your whole heart, be the answer to the many questions.
– Victoria Lopez