Val enjoys writing his own style of what resembles poetry, just hoping to catch someone's heart on the same page.
I will always choose a lazy person to do a difficult job because he will find an easy way to do it.
-- Ziad K. Abdelnour
That Aleister Crowley, a dude allegedly not nice
wasn't really all that devilish -- or whatever else
as he came up with some mighty good advice
that's ringing in my ears like a hundred bells:
"Do what you will -- and will what you do"
unlocks freedom to choose with strong intent
preventing us to bite more than we can chew
while greatly reducing the energy spent.
One thing at a time and done well
with task at hand being always clear
has the power to remove worrying spell
while anchoring us to this now and here.
It's about fragmenting all activity in doable parts
which simplifies our life beyond imagination
as we do each part with willing hearts
allowing ourselves some elation.
For oftentimes we fall victims to our own mind
which tends to cram all tasks on our small plate
and that's why we're finding it so hard to unwind
unable to snap out of that crazy and restless state.
Life as a whole can't be handled with ease
with too much to do in time that's so short
but its little chunks can pass in a breeze
with no counting on anyone's support.
© 2022 Val Karas