Thursday, September 30, 2010

Some left and some right

 In Chinese philosophy, the concept of yin yang  is used to describe how polar or seemingly contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other in turn.

Some soul to heal the spirit
Some spirit to heal the soul
Some whole to put the parts
Some parts to put the whole

Some pain to hold the love
Some love to hold the pain
Some gain to know the loss
Some loss to know the gain

Some map to draw the world
Some world to draw the map
Some gap to bridge the boundary
Some boundary to bridge the gap

Some tears to stop the smile
Some smile to stop the tears
Some fear to feel the strength
Some strength to feel the fear

Some sea to love the ship
Some ship to love the sea
Some others to let alone be
Some alone to let others be

Some money to make the rules
Some rules to make the money
Some honey to bring the bees
Some bees to bring the honey

Some light to hold the darkness
Some darkness to hold the light
Some fight to bring   the peace
Some peace to bring the fight
Some lies to win the truth
Some truth to win the lies
Some eyes to meet the opposites
Some opposites to meet the eye.

1 comment:

  1. some hold to let go
    some let go to hold

    some stay forever to be forgotten
    some are forgotten to stay forever.

    some masterpieces are to extend
    some extensions are masterpieces