And Then I Found Peace
I once walked in the company of fear, ate the meal of doubt with a side plate of insecurity and stress.
I once walked along the side of a volcano in my mind, initiated from childhood perceptions, values and forms, which were set into belief from which grew the boy, the man, the husband, the father.
I carried with me my companions until I met despair and confusion when I no longer walked, but found myself lost within my thoughts.
My journey began.
I visited stars, ideas borne from enquiry of free thinking women and men who dared to question, experiment, and observe.
Then I found Peace.
Gordon F Gatiss (© 2014)