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The Personal Experiment

God is Watching!

Posted by sibbia on August 2, 2007

God is watching through your child’s eyes,

God is watching through birds in the skies.

That lone oak stands sentinel too,

and the wind through its leaves whispers God’s words to you.

And the beautiful butterfly that just floated by? 

Was just God’s way of saying hi.

God must be watching all you do,

because there’s God looking through your eyes too!

                                                                — Zakiya Carter

A simple, yet very powerful thought to guide our actions is that God is watching.  If the Divine exists in everything we can never be alone, we can never do anything in private.  Accepting and acknowledging the fact that God is always watching can change our actions, if we allow it.

I invite my readers to try living under the realization that God is watching and sees everything we do for two days.  In what way does it change what you do or say?  Does it help you feel closer and more connected to the Divine?

This was the thought I was led to share today.  The final installment of the Effortless Meditation series should appear tomorrow.

Namaste!

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2 Responses to “God is Watching!”

  1. I enjoyed your poem. Keep penning (I think I just made up that word):)

    Blessings,

  2. Hyacinth said

    No doubt, God is watching even over His Word to perform it. To show mercy where mercy is needed, to give love where love is needed, and in essence, to be a very present help in the time of need. One of the most beautiful things about God’s watchful eye is: His watch is never limited by my feelings.

    Thank you for this beautiful poem today, it is a blessing.

    Namaste,
    Hyacinth

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