Where the Wind Blows

Oh how the winds have changed

all wind blows with the curviture of the earth

but not all whip and burst in the same directions


Some winds dash throgh the trees and encourage leaves to dance

some winds move entire oceans with great power

and some winds roll along fields of grass with serenity


Some winds are gentle and push on toward the sun

some winds are stubborn and blow against one another

and some winds are meant to coincide


Winds that travel together may have streams that divert

but the strongly bonded currents will travel around the world for ever

some winds may even stray away only to rejoin in the future


We should not fear the wind

the wind is as it should be

and the wind will guide us to everlasting



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