Food For God

Written by  on March 18, 2008 

Food For God
 
To those hungering for ecstasy
Urging to merge with the infinite sea
In your mind lives every possibility
To swim joyfully, ecstatically free
 
Ask the first person smiling
Contentment rests on a wise face
Listen slowly then let it go
Truth has no need to race
 
Ask the girl twirling in the air
Making love while fingering her hair
She laughs at lies, fears no crying
never judges, doesn’t even dare
 
Ask the boy dancing free
Spinning in space, relatively
Time bends from his soul
He reflects on his life positively
 
Ask the old woman, she might know
She has lived her life whole
And is still willing to grow
How to feel good, she says, I’ll tell you how
Live this fine moment right here in the now
 
What works wonders for me
Is seeing myself in others the best I can
Be it woman or be it man
Being a loving person is being human
 
And if in any way I am caught by doubt
I use my love for God to figure it out
I ask for forgiveness and look for connection
I dance to the rock of ecstatic perfection
 
I read the Good Book
I give a knowing look
Still I keep my eye peeled
For that internal devil
Prejudiced pride is not on the level
 
Be a generous and loving neighbor
Create a kind mood
Think of Love as God’s favorite food
 
We deserve to serve it
Give it away
Offer it humbly,
day by day
 
The more Love we share
The more God provides
The clearer the picture
The safer all rides
 
Our Love for each other
Is God’s favorite meal
The reward for His feeding
is the joy we can feel
 
 
Rob Chavez

Rob Chavez lives in Alexandria, Virginia with his partner Rich. He makes a living as a computer security engineer and likes hanging out with Rich at their cozy home, listening to classic rock music – particularly the Jefferson Airplane and Grateful Dead families, dancing, watching movies, writing poetry, studying metaphysics, spending quiet nights observing the heavens and smiling.

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  1. Zorro says:

    Just dropped by to say hello Rob.