In the early stages of our lifelong search for safety we discover THE LIE. For most of us THE LIE is the result of constant experimentation and as the leading edge of our life plan will remain so until the time comes to say goodbye.
We tell THE LIE with body language, vocabulary and countless mini-lies as life flies past.
Some of us become quite animated, our faces, punctuated by giggles and grins. Perhaps our arms are folded; others will want their jeans creased, insisting on a world of NEAT.
As life goes on we will be known by the reputations which have resulted from these decisions, ready to greet the world as such, well before the end of our second year.
Later in their teens the Big Strong football star with folded arms and even disposition will be cheered by the giggly gal who leads the cheer leader squad and he’ll say to his quiet self, “I’m gonna marry that girl one day and we’ll have strong, happy children who will grow up and do the same.” He pauses for a moment longer to feel the love in his heart; he starts to fold his arms but he felt the Love in his heart and dropped his arms at his side.
“I accept the Love”, he thought…
“I accept the Love and I’ll pass it on...
and that ain’t NO LIE.”
Lee Broom 4 4 2017