#55

March 19, 2011 § 1 Comment

Your dreams are in the seventh room but they have no eyes to find you

Seven rooms have 49 doors but you are treading the circled hallways of which you were never meant to see the floors. Your life was built in a mansion for you to explore but you’re too comfortable in the entry so you cook and eat and sleep all in just one room and 49 doors mean that no matter how much time you spend planning or thinking or waiting, all you are is procrastinating because you still have to go through 48 doors

Before you had a body your blood flowed through clouds and stars and wings and you didn’t need to breath but when your creator lined you up
He gave you lungs and dreams and these were what you needed to survive when he gave you Earthly feet. But you’re only using one.

If we line the world up by definition, divide the souls by their commission – do you know where you would stand?
You wait patiently for prophecy, to hang your cloak on a telltale sign… but what more direction do you need when you’re still on the starting line?

You can pray with faith for God to show you the way and He will, but the way has 49 doors and they are not all gardens of roses and smiles. There are shattered attempts that line the aisles, but you will be fine if you are spending the time
Opening doors

You are standing in the foyer afraid of what’s behind, but you are empty and unsatisfied and you still just wonder why – It’s because this isn’t all you’re supposed to see, He didn’t create you to be

49 doors from your dreams.

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§ One Response to #55

  • dpbowman says:

    “He gave you lungs and dreams and these were what you needed to survive when he gave you Earthly feet. But you’re only using one.” – WE breathe dreams don’t we? Sad how few exhale action.
    Beautiful! ~Regards, Dan

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