I like the right
“not to follow”.
Because when I don’t “have to”;
when I’m not forced,
I choose to do it
– ‘cause I like it
and want it –
on my own.

I like the right
“not to know”.
Because what’s not prescribed;
what’s not imposed,
I discover
– accept
and understand –
by my effort.

I like the fact
that I’m trusted.
Because it shows
that the One Who knows and does
It All
doesn’t worry and fuss,
being the Source, Journey and Goal
of all of us.