I Do Not Live My Own
Life, I Live My Brothers’ Life
Olga Attovna Fedorova
We are responsible for every act
And every word, and every thought as well.
As each of them during our life affects
The atmosphere in which we here dwell.
Like any earthly thing they vibrate
At multitude of frequencies in space.
Like birds aloft they in due time migrate
To their real goal deserting the old place.
On their way impressions by them are left
On the Akasha if our goal is supreme
And we deserve a name extremely blessed,
A Srotapanna, “entering the stream”.
The current or stream flowing in the space
On subtle planes invisible to our eye,
In it we knit our future, like in the lace
Weaved by the high Beings above the sky.
Responsibility increases then
When one perceives he is an active part
Of the space stream protecting earthly men
For whom he’s ready to sacrifice his heart.
I do not live however my own life
I live my brothers’ life; that’s why I have to be
Responsible for all to say in this world strife:
It is not me who lives, but Unity in me.
The above poem was first published in the associated websites in October 2018.
Russian Theosophist Olga Attovna Fedorova is an associate of the Independent Lodge of Theosophists, ILT, and lives in the outskirts of Moscow.
* Inner Fortress (a poem).
* The Victory Day (a poem).
Helena Blavatsky (photo) wrote these words: “Deserve, then desire”.