Holy Water, Teach Me How to Flow

Posted On October 20, 2022

When life gives you good things—
kind people,
loving friends,
loyal mates—
can you flow with gratitude?
can you fill with wellsprings of joy?

When tough times come—
friends betray you,
loved ones walk away,
people disappoint you—
can you still flow like water?
can you let life unfold?
can you let go of what doesn’t serve you well
and live in the mystery of what was, what is, and what shall be?

We fight so hard to be good,
to achieve wholeness,
to protect ourselves,
to avoid hurt and pain.

Maybe it’s time to stop fighting
time to become like water,
rippling in tide pools,
streaming down riverbeds,
floating around logjams.

I want to let my life flow.
To accept all that comes

and release all that goes.

I want to experience grace
to flow through the ups and downs of life’s riverbeds

I want to flow like water.

Holy water, teach me how to flow.

PS—Enjoy the audio version of this reflection for meditation:  Click here to listen to the audio version.

—brian j plachta
brianplachta.com

 

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Written by Brian J. Plachta

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