Leah Lubin: What Happens If We Unify Everyone’s Religion?

Leah Lubin: What Happens If We Unify Everyone’s Religion?

Leah Lubin ‘s three new mystic ecumenical religious fantastic  poems: ‘What Happens If We Unify Everyone’s Religion?’, ‘Multiple Universes and Other Realities’ and ‘To Walk Where No One Has Walked Before’.

As always, Leah Lubin, author and artist, joins science and metaphors, wishes and realities. Enjoy the poems!

Leah Lubin: Salutations To The Sun

Leah Lubin: Salutations To The Sun

What Happens If We Unify

Everyone’s Religion?

 by Leah Lubin

I do believe that at this point

we all agree that there is only

one God that we all share.

What ever you call him/her is fine.

Whatever, your religious choices

are up to you.

Won’t actually make any

difference to the one God, since

God stays the same.

So, what happens if we unify

everyone’s religion?

Just say it’s OK to believe any

way you choose.

We’re all different.

There will be freedom.

Let it be.

Leah Lubin: Help me Angel

Leah Lubin: Help me Angel

Multiple Universes and Other Realities

by Leah Lubin

When in the process of trying

to figure out life,

understanding the universe comes first.

The truth is that we are part of

multiple universes and other realities.

Ours includes the planets, stars,

moon, and sun.

But, on other planets, the rules change,

the games different.

So, I don’t believe that their business is

ours to know.

Leah Lubin: Into the Light

Leah Lubin: Into the Light

To Walk Where No One Has Walked Before

 by Leah Lubin

Neil Armstrong left us.

Here on Earth,

he played a major role

for us all to witness.

The first human on the Moon.

Just imagine for one moment

what it must have been like to walk

where no one has walked before

Of course, it takes bravery and

imagination, seeing yourself

walking on the Moon.

Willing to risk it all.

What if you fell into a hole?

You must have thought of family

and friends.


You and me.

Then, he did his walk.

His thing.

His contribution to us here on Earth.

And we say, thank you Neil Armstrong.

More about Leah Lubin:

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is an author and artist. Born in Haifa, Israel in 1951, she moved to England when she was six years old. By the time she was 14, she knew that she wanted to be an artist, and at the age of 17, she enrolled in the Barnet College of Art, part of the London University system. She moved to the United States in 1979, and became an American citizen in 1986. Leah now makes her home in California.

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