Ageless newborn

On a level of which we are not aware we have made agreements. Those agreements play out in what we view as time. People come into our lives at the right time . . . some for a long time, some for a short time – a brief gesture or glance or caress, a song sung once with joy . . . and then dissolve into the mists once again, as if on a solitary journey.

Regardless of how long another may walk alongside of us . . . we are never alone . . .

The dream that we are alone . . . the spell that we hold ourselves under . . . can be broken by this one single gossamer thread that, if we take the time to look through the eyes of love, we find woven into the very fabric of our existence.

It has been there all the time, waiting for our newfound discovery, as if through the eyes of a newborn child. That is a delightful way to live life, to live the paradox of being an ageless newborn child.


Published by Paula D. Tozer

I am a writer, poet and singer/songwriter. I am a Toastmaster, motivational speaker, personal creativity coach, and workshop leader. My most sincere wish is to share my words with others, and that we both benefit from the exchange.

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