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Romano, Jacques - The Snow Man



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

The Jacques Romano Story – Dr Berthold Eric Schwartz

The Snow Man

The Clock is made of man's time.
Some of the passing hours of the day
become symbolic in our gamut of life.
The noon hour passed long ago.
It meant the reduction of our mortal life.

A glorious beautiful day may end
with a colorful sunset.
With darkness we look forward
to another day to come.
With the day, good or bad
-all things are not of my choosing;
But adaptation makes me more agreeable.

No matter what phase of life one entertains,
It is another experience
 to observe that which is not of oneself.

The mind must be stimulated
with a desire to seek an understanding,
To have a constructive interest, to keep hope alive.
When nothing more is desired
apprehension begins;
Self-existence becomes oppressive.

With time my Spring days pass into Summer
and Fall.
Then, followed by a Winter mantle
covered with snow,
The Romance of my heart will react to my
wandering mind and enjoy the end.
The same rays of the Sun will melt the snow-man
into eternal sleep.

The source of the experience

Romano, Jacques

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