POEMS: “Deconstruct Your Life” by Margaret Jang

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“Deconstruct Your Life”

In order to move forward along your soul’s ascended path,
it is necessary to deconstruct your current existing life.
But refusing to release past and outdated issues,
or resisting to let go of accumulated material frivolity,
sadly leads to being bound by tight bonds felt as inner strife.

To deconstruct your life is by no means an easy feat,
where old barriers must be broken and allowed to fall.
The comfort zone of life is then re-addressed,
so discomfort or fear are overridden by positive progress,
that no longer threatens your soul’s existence or its lingering call.

Striving for optimum balance is absolutely necessary,
for survival on all levels that need release.
Where mental, emotional, physical and spiritual,
play a combined orchestrated part,
to ultimately co-exist in continued harmony and peace.

To deconstruct your life in a meaningful way,
without being judgemental or critical of self,
requires constant self-analysis in order to learn who you really are.
Therefore, merely just observe all thoughts and re-actions,
and be willing to release any negativity whenever it is felt.

By constantly observing how you feel and think,
forgiving and changing attitudes for outmoded ways.
Are methods to deconstruct your life to open your heart,
in order to develop trust, plus love of self and others,
thus building self-esteem and confidence that enduringly stays.

The soul is persistent and relentless,
to achieve consciousness at a much higher state.
So if you take the time and make a concerted effort,
new circumstances will surely breed a joyful state of grace,
that will deconstruct your life, rather than leaving it to the mercy of fate

by Margaret Jang (Canada)

Posted with permission from the author

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. inaloveworld says:

    It is so much truth and beauty in these lines! Thank you for sharing, dear Amira! 🙂 ❤

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    1. Thank you so much dear Manuela! Yes, I like the wisdom here, sometimes it takes a while for us to learn to “deconstruct our lives” but it’s so worth it! ❤

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  2. LindaP says:

    I agree! So much of the happiness we should be enjoying now is overshadowed by re-living the hurt and pain from the past! Today is all we are promised! Love to you Amira! Linda.xoxox

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    1. Yes, there will always be things in the past we may have want to be different. Sometimes we can understand better why certain things happened when we look back, and yet at other times, some experiences still may not make any sense… because we cannot see the whole picture from above.
      Since we cannot change the past, we need to focus our energy on the present, with all its blessings, lessons, and infinite opportunities to treasure each fleeting moment 🙂

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