by Zen Gardner
Ready your heart, ready your steel
The plowman’s coming and is he ever real
Ready your starboard, ready your stern
He’s not very picky as it’s everyone’s turn
Plow up the earth, dig up the dearth
Till ‘till the tillerman’s done all he’s worth
Old plants uprooted, raked from the soil
Making room for the new for our too-human coil
No one can tell how the change will unfold
It’s ever so private, yet ever so bold
Will each of us yield, and let nature’s sway?
Or cling to the old, and be thus dragged away
Cycles they must, to break up the crust
Where stagnation meets change is always a bust
Some are so supple, yet others resist
The choice is within, what’ere we insist
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Zen Gardner is an impactful and controversial author and speaker with a piercing philosophical viewpoint. His writings have been circulated to millions and his personal story has caused no small stir amongst the entrenched alternative pundits.
You Are the Awakening examines the dynamics of the awakening to a more conscious awareness of who we are and why we are here – dynamics which are much different from the programmed approach of this world we were born into.