Tuesday, April 18, 2017

May the Patient Live

The Great Bell Chant (The End of Suffering) from R Smittenaar on Vimeo.

our planet is very ill.
It may be terminal
and, sadly, the cancer is us.
Bad cells are trying
to conquer the good cells.
The good cells resist,
but the situation is toxic.

In the end, the cure
for planet and humans
is the same:
good medicine to defeat
the bad cells,
a hopeful heart
and positive mindset,
pure vibrations
to heal the trauma,
and transformation
to a peaceful paradigm.

May peaceful pilgrims prevail.
May we not lose heart.
May the patient live.

I was driving this morning when these thoughts came to me, how alike Mother Earth is to a cancer patient, in the struggle going on right now between dark forces and light. May she - and we - survive towards better years than this.

The voice on this beautiful video is that of Thich Nhat Hanh, and the chant is sung by his brother, Phap Niem.


  1. Thank you. Wow. What an offering! I pray the body doesn't reject the cure.

  2. Great poem. There are many working very hard for our Mother. If they fail, remember the dinosaurs. The ferns do.

  3. Mr Smith from the Matrix was right, unfortunately.

    But much love for this and to you, Sherry, for your steadfastness ~


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