Chapter 200: When I look into somebody’s yard…

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When I look into somebody’s yard,

Grass is greener on other side.

When I look into somebody’s yard,

People living there have better life…

When I look into somebody’s yard,

Birds are singing in better voice.

When I look into somebody’s yard,

People living there have better choice.

 

But the plants can’t yell,

And the stones can’t cry…

So how am I supposed to know,

Whether I am wrong or right?

How are we supposed to know,

Whether we are wrong or right?

 

When I look into somebody’s yard,

People living there have more success.

When I look into somebody’s yard,

I am craving to get access.

When I look into somebody’s yard,

I am feeling that I have failed.

When I look into somebody’s yard,

I feel sad and I feel derailed.

 

But suddenly the plants can yell,

And suddenly the stones can cry…

And this is when I quiet down

And this is when I hear their vibe.

Only if we quiet down,

Can we really hear their vibe…

 

When I manage to quiet down,

This is when I do understand,

That the garden on other side,

Is the garden where I do stand!

When I look into somebody’s yard,

Having peace in my busy mind

Then I look into somebody’s yard,

Realizing this yard is mine…

 

And this is when the plants do laugh!

And even when the stones do sing!

Only if I quiet down,

Only if I go within…

Only if we quiet down,

Only if we go within…

 

If I look into somebody’s yard…

When I look into somebody’s yard…

Then I look into somebody’s yard…

Realizing this yard is mine…

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