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''I Asked The Skies a Question''

I asked the skies a question
as my goals I did pursue
I asked what will it take of me
to make my dreams come true

I asked what skills I needed
and what talents I should hone
I asked what education
and what textbooks I should own

I asked what royal lineage
would unblock my path to fame
I asked how much inheritance
would win me world acclaim

I asked for just one secret
I could use to turn life's tide
I asked for just one clue
and then, alas! the skies replied:

Truth be told the answer's
much more plain than you could know
For all it takes to change the world's
the will to make it so! thoughts and dreams set about vibrations that automatically attract the corresponding people and circumstances I require for their manifestation. I simply need to continue to resonate from the programmed plan at all times, and all the synchronous elements I require will be attracted through the ether, combine with me and facilitate the growth and expansion that will result in the full expression of my dreams."

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Walt's Life Rhyme #355
(I Asked The Skies a Question)
© Walt F.J. Goodridge
Originally published: 07-16-2004
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