Equanimity

If you think you’ve lost your paradise,
you probably never found it.
Paradise is not just nice;
it means even when confounded
you’ve still got your peace of mind
because you are unbounded
from the ups and downs of time. 
Your awareness is boundless.
———-
For #MayBookPrompts day 29 “Paradise Lost”

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