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How May I Serve?

(Melissa Higginbotham)
June 21, 2009
Melissa Higginbotham

 

Part of the spiritual journey is in the standing of the Light against the forces of darkness.  This can take great courage, and each time a stand is made, the body feels like it's been through , what in colloquial terms we'd call "the wringer." But in knowing the Truth of Who We Are, each time we fall on our face, we get up and keep on keeping on.  We are each here on earth for a purpose; we have our own personal spiritual service agreements...and they're not easy to fulfill...but who else would do it if we didn't? And in the end, we find joy underneath all the pain and the tiredness...for we see clearly that our relationship with Source IS the journey...and all else pales in comparison. 

 

How May I Serve?


I continue on the journey, one foot in front of the other,

And with one thought in mind, "How May I Serve?"

"How May I Serve?

Though at times I fall on my face,

I do it with style and Grace,

I rise and once again

Stand AS the Kryst.


My relationship with Source comes first,

I seek to be the Truth I AM,

And with this comes the Joy and Grace of

I AM This I AM.


For I AM Joy, I AM Joy.

Joy is in the service and in the knowing of what I came to do.

And this is what sustains me, in the deep of darkest night,

For someone has to blaze the path to help the others Home.


This contract isn't easy,

Who'd fulfill it if I weren't here?

And so I strike the match and light the Lamps,

And light the Lamps.

I set my vector back to source,

My Krystos Self aligns as me,

I travel to the future, which is now.


My relationship with Source comes first,

I seek to be the Truth I AM,

And with this comes the Joy and Grace of

I AM This I AM.


For I AM Joy, I AM Joy.

Joy is in the service and in the knowing of what I came to do.

And this is what sustains me, in the deep of darkest night,

For someone has to blaze the path to help the others Home.


And I found Joy, I found Joy.

It was covered up with muck and grime,

And it took me quite some time,

But now I'm seeing clearly...clearly...

clearly once again.


 

 

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