Where there is a gap
Let me be the bridge
Where there is a lock
Let me be the key
Where there is fear
Let me be love
About the poem:
Setting an intention is a skill that most of us aren’t taught early in life. Instead of worrying and waiting to see what happens, it’s more effective (and more fun!) to set an intention for harmony and understanding in all of our interactions.
After writing this poem, I’m reminded of the beautiful Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi: “Let me be an instrument of your peace, …”
(The photo was taken on Sunday on a sightseeing cruise near my home in Samcheonpo, South Korea. I love how the mom has her hand on the baby’s head and is holding her son’s hand. )
About the author:
Joan Gregerson writes about how to enjoy life, sharing tidbits she has learned over the past 52 years. She is passionate about this: that love is IT, baby! Let’s find ways to do IT better together.
I can also say that although this a prayer, I have no frickin’ clue who the prayer is going out to. And also, I know that it works just fine that way.