It’s Never Too Late

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It’s Never Too Late

To do the right thing

Some times worlds must collide

For new worlds to be created

Some times worlds must collapse

For a new beginning to be possible

But it’s ’s Never Too Late

To do the right thing

It’s Never Too Late

To let people know they matter

Some times an individual must conform

For the sake of protecting the integrity of society

Some times a society must embrace an individual’s diversity

For a stronger community to emerge

But it’s Never Too Late

To do the right thing

It’s Never Too Late

To stop families from fragmenting

Some times an organisation must benefit from relationships

For the sake of the greater good

Some times an individual must benefit from relationships

For the sake of the same greater good

But it’s Never Too Late

To do the right thing

It’s Never Too Late

To stand up and reclaim your soul whether you are an individual or a society

Some times you must bend with the wind for reasons that make no sense

Some times you must stand straight in the face of a storm when there is no strength left

Because it’s Never Too Late

To do the right thing

It’s Never Too Late

To do the right thing

It’s Never Too Late

To do the right thing

It just needs an incredibly strong Will

And where does that Will come from?

From reason? From power? From ego? from divinity? From Righteousness?

The Will comes from being in Equilibrium

For Equilibrium has the power

To be right for the One and for the All

To stop worlds colliding or collapsing

And to make things better enough for hope to surface

And to take that hope and turn it into reality

And to propel that reality towards a future different than the one Righteousness, Reason or Power would conjure

It’s Never Too Late

To do the right thing

But it needs an incredibly strong Will

And that Will exists in every one of us.

It exists in me.

And it exists in you.

It’s Never Too Late

To do the right thing

Pune, 29 December 2018


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