A You-Me Celebration
By Uriah J. Fields
This is a you and me celebration; of you and me, by you
and me and for you and me;
Let us be here now, experience what is, create by choice
what we want, and relate fully with each other;
Let our presence be evident;
Real presence is read love, the sharing of self with the
other, the giving of ourselves completely;
We celebrate life.
So in pain or in joy there is meaning;
We are glad, we rejoice, life is delectable.
In celebration our deepest feelings are revealed,
and whether in pain or joy we are enraptured
as we experience ourselves and our brothers and
our sisters. They look at us, they listen to us they
understand us, they care deeply about us.
In celebration we strip naked;
We lay bare soul to soul;
We embrace each other and the universe in the
We are a human chain of friendship in which no
link is any weaker than its strongest link.
So you and me, partly human and partly divine,
are all organismic process.
You are me and I am you.
You plus me make one, not two.
That's what it means to celebrate.
So let us celebrate now!
Life Is Delectable
It's a great day to be alive;
I will rejoice and be glad in it.
Its enough to be alive,
To have meaning in survival;
To see the sea and sky,
And watch, even be a part
of the Creative Process:
To eat, talk, walk, play, work, sleep,
To love and be loved;
To feel pain and joy, and the breeze
of an invisible wind;
To be free to be self and not have
to be somebody else.
To embrace full life,
And live just for today.
For this is the eternal now,
The delectable state that it is.
I will bless those who bless you, and
whoever curses you I will curse;
and all people on earth will be blessed
through you. (Gen. 12.3)
Blessings are everywhere, above me,
around me, within me;
I dare not try to count my blessings
because like the grains of sand they
My blessings make me do strange things,
I shout, laugh, and even shed tears of joy;
To you I say, "Thank you." I am thankful
to myself. And above all else I am thankful
I am thankful,
I am thankful,
I am thankful.
(From: "The Saint Troubadour: Speaking and
Singing Truth and Love" by Uriah J. Fields
pp: 37, 123 and 140)
Copyright 2007 by Uriah J. Fields
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