We All are Broken, We All are Whole

Were you the one

In puzzling quiet

Left to cry in sodden diaper 

Now become the frequent liar?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

Were you the one called good li’l girl

When hands in wrongness

Probed your secrets,

Who buried deeply all the sorrow.

Locked in bitterness and shame

Now become the one who blames?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

Were you the one

In lonely silence,

Who turned to spirits,

Drugs or lovers,

Now become the one who smothers?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

Were you the one

By sibling bested

Who ever, always, feels unrested

Who seeks affection, love, acceptance,

But from yourself is always absent

Now become the one who pageants?

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

Were you the one

Whose loved one left

With promises made but never kept

Who held your vigil

And checked your tongue

Now become the one who shuns?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

Were you the one

Whose dreams were grand

Who quickly learned

The visions at hand

Would not be gained with wedding band

With bitterness and fueling ire

Now become one with words of fire?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

Are you the one

Who weeps within

From grief and pain

That still you hold

Within these words

Are yet untold

Who knows the sorrow and the loss 

Yet blocks the fear at any cost?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

The days pass swiftly

The seasons fly

We listen, we learn, we live

And in the process

We choose to forgive.

 

Are you the one

Who now can see

A path of newness 

In your forest of trees

Within your spirit holding space

And finding for self a welcome place?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

Are you the one

Who knows your needs

Accepts your limits,

Releases your victim

Within you tenderly holding sorrows

Recognizing there are bright tomorrows?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

Are you the one

Who knowing your patterns

Steps aside and chooses that which matters

Who now can love

Embracing all others,

Releasing your grudges

Quelling the judgments?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

Are you the one

With new discovery

Is gifting others

Yet ne’r depleted

Aware with knowledge

Your life creating,

In thought, in action, 

Minute by minute?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole.

 

Are you the one

With visions clear

Seeing now there’s naught to fear

Trading miserly, cowardly rage

For colossal, heartfelt, boundless courage

Building purposely

Action by action

A life of joyous satisfaction?

 

We all are broken,

We all are whole!



Gen Kocourek

16 June 2014

Employment at Ommani

Chapel Speaker Series

Our own, Shelley Carpenter, PT, RYT, RMT, will present a talk addressing care of the physical body as a spiritual practice.  All are welcome to attend, 1:30PM, Thursday, February 22, 2018.

Why is Integrative Medicine the New Healthcare Model?

February 14 @ 10:10 am10:55 am

Dr. Rose Kumar, MD, Internal Medicine

Feeling that traditional medical practice fell short in facilitating true health and healing, in 2001 Dr. Kumar founded the Ommani Center for Integrative Medicine. She’ll share her views on the dark side of the current corporate healthcare model and its negative effect on physicians and patients. She’ll describe a sustainable healthcare business model, Ommani Center. Dr. Kumar will talk about actions people can take to work toward a holistic model of healthcare and identify practitioners in Milwaukee.

Host: Mary Buchel

Why is Integrative Medicine the New Healthcare Model?

 

Discover how essential oils can enhance your life – naturally! March 24th

In this class you will learn about the benefits of Essential Oils for your personal health and wellness and have the opportunity to interact with 11 popular oils and learn multiple ways to use them.

Congratulations Dr. Kumar

We are pleased to announce and congratulate Dr. Kumar on her success in passing the Maintenance Of Certification exam (MOC) for the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM). She received her notification of success on New Year’s Eve – what a wonderful way to bring in the new year!
Congratulations Dr. Kumar!