Every man looks for something, sometimes beyond reason
Life is full of moments, some good, some not so good
How long is a moment?
What makes a moment special? Not odd, but even!
Is it the company, the weather, the feelings, or none of the above?
I live for little moments; moments that heighten
My soul, my spirit, to new elevations
Time well spent with my children
Playing in the garden
Looking up the sky, to the hidden heaven
Being with my Lord, without intervention, or interruption
Feeling true love, innocent passion,
True inception, silent inspiration
I live for few moments like that
Moments that have no end, no beginning
Moments that transcend time, space and human beings
What do you live for?
It’d better be something bigger than self, itself!
Something that makes you feel peaceful, at ease
Makes you lose the sense of time, of the surroundings
Then a moment turns into eternity
Delve into the Now
You’ll discover that
You’ve spent your whole life
Yet, losing the sense of Now
Which is all there is
Then you have to leave the train
The trip has ended
Without your consent
You feel regretful: I’ve spent the whole trip standing!
Looking back, looking beyond
But not enjoying the ride, not sitting for a moment
I live for few moments
They are like water
If you try to hold on to them
They escape your fingers, forever
So just live them, and let them go
You shall have another
To sit down and ponder
How crazy the world around gets
You could have those moments in the middle of chaos
You have power
More than you have ever imagined, and wonder
Enjoy the splendour
Of the creation all around you, and wonder
Who could do better?
You shall get an Answer
But you’ve got to listen, closer
You’ve got to be calmer
Those are the moments
That I live for
But if I stop living them
Life loses its meaning, its taste, its zeal, its charm, and becomes sombre
That’s the time to leave to a life that is better
If I Lose
The Moments of Eternity