The Stone Institute

Should You

Should You

The Archangel stood High on a Mountain Top.
His Voice Bellowed Loudly to the Crowd Below:

Fear not Who Each of You are.
There are More Worldviews than Grains of Sands.
Women weep When they Cannot Bear Children.
Men Fight When They do not Agree.
Children Grow Regardless of Their Circumstance.
You Cannot Change that Which Cannot be Changed.
Should is not a Word that Applies to Your Lives.
Go and Live Freely.
Find your Truth and Live Within It.


A Man called out to the Archangel:
Should we not Follow the Advice of the Learned?
The Archangel Replied:
Let Your Own Experience be Your Guide.
The Learned have Learned from Those who Haven't Learned.
Those who Know Truth have Personally Experienced Life.
Deny all Those who Should you to Live a Learned Life.


Another Man called Out to the Archangel:
Should we not Believe in the Wisdom of the Holy?
The Archangel Replied:
The Holy Only Experiences the Holy.
They Do Not Know the Ways of the Unholy.
Those who Know Truth Have Experienced both the Holy and the Unholy Life.
Deny all Those who Should you to Live a Holy Life.


A Woman called Out to the Archangel:
Should we not Blindly Serve our Men who Secure us?
The Archangel Replied:
You are the Divine Receptive Feminine.
Only the Awareness of the Sacred Submissive can Empower Men.
Women who Know Truth Have Experienced Both
The Divine Receptive and the Divine Creative.
Deny all Those who Should you to Submit Blindly.



The Archangel Rose into the Sky.
His Powerful Wings beat Swiftly.
He was Saddened That Those who
Were Given Freedom, Desperately Wanted Others
To Tell Them Who they Should be or what they Should Do,
Instead Of Being in Accord with their True Self.
As He Flew High Above He Shouted:

Go and Live Freely.
Let Experience Teach You Truth.
Experience will not Deny You.
Find your Truth and Live Within It.
Those who Should You, Live Through You.
They Themselves are Empty and Cannot be Resurrected.


They are the Walking Dead.


Kevin S. "Kiki" Merigian, © April 2016
Posted by Kevin Merigian at 10:02 AM
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