Help Fix It Because

Help fix it
because you can
Because you care
You're there and aware

Help Fix It
Because it needs fixed
It's so wrong it needs
Righted
Damaged never becomes
Whole on it's own

Abuse begets more
Abuse
Hatred
More the same
Anger, frustration,
You name it
All lead to
More of the same

Give power back
To those you took from
Take your own
Where it was taken
All without
Laying a single finger

What's yours is
Yours
Make right the wrongs

Because it affects
All
It's your karma
That trickles to
Everyone you have
EVER
Touched, seen, heard
Kissed, fed, hugged

It infected us all
Your dis-ease
Your mis-deeds
Your malice
Your hate

It is your choice
Your chance
To make amends
Without ever
Speaking

Let go
Of every bother
Of every worry
Of every trigger

Let go of
Mine, yours
Ours is broken
If karma is not healed

Just reach for love
Any and every way you can
Appreciate with
Awe and wonder
See the best in
Everything and everyone
Savour
Every moment

Just breathe
Knowing that simple
Act
Is fixing it.
All will be well
In a moment

Fix it
Because you wanted to
It's why you are
Here

~ Treasa Cailleach

I signed this as mine because I chose the format and most of the words. But I know deep in my core that this is a message far bigger than me. God and Goddess were felt strongly, and my device argued some of my word choices almost preventing typing until adjustments were made. I know I was guided in this message.

May it help you, as much or more, as it helps me. May you feel guidance in your life as strongly as I do. May you let go and let God heal. May you feel God’s love always. May you know you are loved and supported in all ways.

Om Shanti

The picture is the weather today here in KC, despite that, I’m still a full days work at the clinic, so I squoze in what I could with this post. Once I clear my own karma, I’ll likely be able to write more again. Crossing fingers. Prayers always welcome.

About Treasa Cailleach

I'm a massage therapist working with chiropractic and the elderly; musician, artist, pagan, mom, B of LGBTQ, & polyamorous professional.

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