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by Timothy G. Branfalt Sr., Costa Rica May 14, 2009
Culture , Child & Youth Rights   Poetry


If we understood love As all children play in their homelands,
And find the Love that nature brings.
Be it high in the mountains or shorelands
Their hearts share the same things.

The happiness that surrounds them,
Must start as they are born
For if this is not known then
Hearts, minds and souls will be torn.

They must all know this Love in the beginning-
and then will carry on forever.
Let their souls and hearts be singing
From the start, or it will be never.

Think deeply of the one you bring
Into our world today.
Resist temptation to bear a life,
That you'll let go astray.

To bring a child into this world
Of the mother and the father.
To realize what True Love is,
And have this child carry it farther.

Too many are born without concern-
Of the growth of human life.
So Stop, and pray, and think and learn
That will ease this worldly strife.



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Timothy G. Branfalt Sr.

We are all within each other. When that is realized, our prejudice and communication interference will be that of telepathic communication. We will be one with each other and one with the world. These bodies are only temporary forms that keep us restricted from our own heavenly place.
It is only a temporary restriction, especially upon those who intend to use their "physical attributes" with just the selfish, social advancement of themselves.
If this world had started to gain acceptance and understanding of all problematic errors within, we may have been able to share these "advancements" with our brothers and sisters, who are NOW--not later--in danger, not from the immediate natural disasters, but of those that will not surrender the help they need to overcome their immediate handicaps.
The ones of unshared power with food, shelter, clothing, and then to add the militia.
The militia could have been justified, if its intentions were there for the less fortunate, not to take more from the unfortunate.
I live on my lifelong work of gathering a pension, which is paid back to me only due to many years of work. Others work hard, and see nothing. All I have to Always say is "Me casa, es Su casa!", Mucho Amore e "Pura Vida!"

Eni Rukaj | May 30th, 2010
This is beautiful. Great advice.

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