Reality Is All That’s True!

In my dream I was flying, – soaring o’er houses, fields.
I was in my motorcar, sunroof open, free, just like a bird.
I sped past a pterodactyl large wings flapping lazily,
Accelerated and flashed round the moon quite crazily!
A hundred thousand miles I must have flown:
New horizons skimmed and strangely known!
It was very real while quite absurd.
And when I awoke, no news to you,
It simply wasn’t ever true!.

In my dream I was sick and diseased, suffering long.
I was in this body, a material shell of strange substance.
It responded to my thought, the fear of age,
That wrapped me round just like a cage.
It held me back then took control
And told me I was far from whole.
It led me quite a merry dance.
And when I awoke, no news to you,
It simply wasn’t ever true!

In my dream I was sinning, I knew I was doing wrong.
I couldn’t help myself, and that was my defence.
It involved other people, whether they knew or not,
But I didn’t care, for sin fulfilled my selfish plot.
I felt that somehow in the main
That by this sinning I could gain.
At the time it made great sense.
And when I awoke, no news to you,
It simply wasn’t ever true!

And now awake, wide-eyed, alert, I know myself immortal.
The dream not me! Great freedom feel,- I am what God does give!
I look around, true substance see, tangible, can’t fade,
Everything is perfect, pure, and stamped: “In Heaven Made.”
There’s laughter, joy, and Love all round,
As life in Soul secures good ground.
I know this fact: in Love I live!
And wide-awake, no news to you,
Reality is all that’s true!

Genesis 1:27 God created man[
God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.

Genesis 2:21 (to:)
And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept:

Rom 13:11 now it
now it is high time to awake out of sleep: for now is our salvation nearer than when we believed.

586:3-6
EYES. Spiritual discernment, — not material but mental.
Jesus said, thinking of the outward vision, “Having eyes, see ye not?” (Mark viii. 18.)

 

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