the Mission of
At the top of the island
The main temple was raised
Where Sanat Kumara’s
Blessed feet one day would graze.
The task was completed
The altars were groomed
With delicate flowers
Picked from most fragrant blooms.
A sacred space was
Where brotherhood shone
The builders called it Shamballa
To remind them of home.
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