From Sai Baba, to Dr. Dyer, to Me, to You

by Gary Sackett

Photo by Gary Sackett

When head fast eyes are horrified
by the cruelties of life…

When your mouth is parched
and you can hardly speak,
The first sip of cool water
I am soothing you.
Think of me.

In a moment of crisis, silently say Think of me to your mental image of the person who won you over by stooping and remaining low. You’ll immediately find your way, as if that individual were directing you to overcome the struggle, addiction, or ego-dominated thoughts that seem to take you away from your feminine, Tao nature.

The above poem is from Sai Baba within Dr. Wayne Dyer’s book, ‘Change Your Thoughts–Change Your Life, Living the Wisdom of the Tao’. From his studies of the 61st verse of the Tao Te Ching, Dr. Dyer wrote of “Living by remaining low”.

As I read this, it came to me to share this. Whether this chapter, verse, book or my words, someone, possibly you, reading this will find some comfort. This book, with others, aided me in being where I am today.

Thank you to all in my life who have and will cross my path in this life, either, at that moment, a positive or negative blip in time, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. I now can say I Love you…ALL!