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Divine spare

Divine Spark

Every human being carries a soul; a sign of divine spark
There is a specific time to practice in solitary to spark
An ethical person; has more chances of; being smart
To be with divine; have to be pure; is condition to start

Some people live secular life; think life is material mart
No; it is not; rethink who you are; how & where to start
Was like you roaming around; here & there like animals' grass
A thought of my origin; ignited a spark; my journey to embark

Since than I am continuously in search; spiritual journey to start
Though it is slow but is spiritual peace enduring in mind; and heart
When sit in search; it guides through; make life disciplined to watch
While in search; remind you; of your wrong doings; to correct it fast

Slowly and gradually; will guide you on serene spiritual journey to embark
It depends on; how much got restricted in process to correct your records
Once you get connected; you will feel relaxed; serenity will touch your heart
Will see spark is getting bigger & bigger; get you visible like spiritual stars!

From there on go serene; worldly love will recede; spiritual journey to embark
You continue advance there is no limit of happiness; spiritual shuttle to embark
This is a spiritual happiness of peacefulness; come to you from Divine Park
Everybody; is welcoming you in spiritual world; to celebrate jubilant are stars!

Amir
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