Tend Our Garden by Susannah White

Why do we look and act different? We are all one in the same on a different level of progression. It’s all a matter of using this brain. Our soul is our energy and I don’t think it has form of any kind. I imagine us existing everywhere that can be. When placed in our vessel- we remain while conscious. When we sleep, I feel we disconnect to recharge. We change our outer appearance I believe to try and match the inside to prove our “worth” or “decree” to this world. Why else would it matter? I personally look the way I do because I feel the light inside of me exhibits outward in a way that lifts people. I stand out so that others resonate with it. The energy I receive and give while truly being myself tells me to stay weird just as I am. If you have a lion in a herd of sheep, it will be the first creature you notice. It only lies in the intention of that lion that makes it an issue of fear. People judge those who are different because of fear. Normality is a curse formed from conditioned survival. One must find that true self and realize infinite possibilities exist for all because in the end we are one in the same…

We just choose to tend our gardens differently!

© Susannah White

Where the Soul Wanders

Excerpt from the book Where the Soul Wanders

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Susannah White About the Author

Susannah White is a self-taught poet residing in Southern California. Her passion for writing excelled at a very young age after winning a state writing competition. She won numerous awards throughout school, including the national President’s award multiple times. Susannah feels her purpose in life is to lift those souls up whom have broken wings and help them once again soar to where their soul wanders.

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  1. Phenomenal poetry
    And insightful
    Enlightenment
    I can relate to

    Like

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