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One life can make the difference

Discussion in 'Inspirational Stories' started by Humble_Gursevak, Dec 3, 2005.

  1. Humble_Gursevak

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    Nov 19, 2004
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    It's up to You

    One song can spark a moment,

    One flower can wake the dream.

    One tree can start a forest,

    One bird can herald spring.

    One smile begins a friendship,

    One handclasp lifts a soul.

    One star can guide a ship at sea,

    One word can frame the goal.

    One vote can change a nation,

    One sunbeam lights a room.

    One candle wipes out darkness,

    One laugh will conquer gloom.

    One step must start each journey,

    One word must start each prayer.

    One hope will raise our spirits,

    One touch can show you care.

    One voice can speak with wisdom,

    One heart can know what's true.

    One life can make the difference

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  3. Hukum Kaur

    Hukum Kaur
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    Jul 6, 2005
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    my cheak is the petal this tear is the rain, blissfully longing is the soul in form's only pain
    where the Naam is remembered, becomes sacred land.
    the incence reminds me, of how the temple holds my hand...
    The Hukam wattered my focus and sharpned the pen, the soul reminded the ego, all belongs to Him...
    The blade is the body in embrotial dew as infinity twinkles the retnas in the third eye of Wahe Guru...
    wraping the mind in cotton white,
    the soul is on display,
    Let the beauty of this world not lead me astray...
    Passing through a ring of steel,
    wrists clashing fierce,
    The elephant mine must pass through the pearl like how darkness, light will pierce...
    The dagger cuts only the ego, who thinks that blood is real,
    I bow this head humbly, with a willingness to feel:
    A sword who sacrifices this body and life, to teach the world Love and how to die right.
    Sat Naam
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  4. CarlsonMusicPro

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    Jun 13, 2009
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    I originally found this anonymous poem at another site, and wrote a song in honor of my daughter's H.S. Graduation! Follow this link to hear the song. Thanks, and have a blessed day!

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