Into The Light

Looking around for the missing

nothing else more valuable

in the garden

outside the fence

in neighbor countries

in the brightest place

in the sacred towers

also on the advice of the saints

silence sounds

whispering a question

“Where did you lose it?”

inside the house

but dark there!

Go inside!

seek and persevere

lovingly advice

I obey

to the deepest corners

in million days

to the darkest point

such as getting lost

a sudden burst of light


I found it again


with the reason I came

what to do

In the name of love.

Illustration by Albert Herdie  – Digital painting from part of Deep Within series Into The Light.


What do you think?

11 Points


Leave a Reply
  1. Exactly why its best to maintain both, the light and dark. One in the presence of the other, never separate but, never gray. The dichotomy or marriage of the enables us to re invent Love, for oneself or others, as it does not exist without both. Brilliant.

  2. Beautiful. It makes me think of this, ‘And if I have the gift of prophecy, and know all mysteries and all knowledge; and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing.’

    • That’s a great point of view, Della! Without Love, we are nothing, we will not even exist. We all have the gift of prophecy, which distinguishes us is the mission of our respective existence as actors of the game or theatrical of life, and for that purpose, the mystery is all around us. Do not believe me, but prove me wrong with your heart.

  3. Incarnate your love in life. Only if your soul overflows with love can you realize the purpose of life: to re-create yourself again in the spirit of the most magnificent manifestation and the most exalted insight you ever had of your essence and thus of showing You Who You Are .
    Cast, share love, wherever you are, and yours will be the world that can really illuminate the world!
    Neal Walsh


Leave a Reply