DEANE THOMAS: “Love And A Snow Flake”

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A snow flake is such an intricate structure; full of molecular bonds and connections. Molecular structures can be so complex that we never fully get to truly appreciate how unique they are. Snowflakes melt very quickly, when they come into contact with our skin. Yet a group together will form a small mound to be appreciated.

Imagine the amount of energy required to create a snow flake, the journey that it undertakes, and the process which it follows. Enduring, yet so beautiful at the same time. The fragility of its very existence is challenged from the moment it is created. Very much like a human love story!!

Much like most things that are created in nature, there is a cycle and a process for its evolution. We all know the beginning and the end of our life story; we are born and we will die! But what happens to our…

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ASCENSION AVATAR: “Paradise Revisited…”

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Last Friday while at my Oregon property (which I took off the market today…) I couldn’t help but notice some interesting occurrences in the sky… First… angelic-looking sylphs… then later… a catastrophic “Attack of the Chemtrails!” 😱  But I honestly don’t worry too much anymore about chemtrails… I just call upon The New Elemental Earth Command to come help clean them up… which they did that day… in a matter of minutes.  Ah, paradise revisited… Remember, where there is a Will… there is a Way! 😇

Yes, the ‘mirror in the sky’ here really is that blue… it’s a reflection of the nearby lake. 🙂

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MELISA WANDREI: “The Art of Pain — Why the Dark Times Make Life Beautiful”

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“But fullness — that is deep in our soul. When we have that, it never leaves. Fullness encompasses everything. It’s what allows us to be fully human in all the raw, real ways.”

~Melisa Wandrei

Happiness, and the quest for it, is not all it’s cracked up to be. What I mean is that I think we’re making a mistake in reaching only for happiness, lightness, good days, and good moods.

I think that we’re restricting ourselves.

We’re fishing in an ocean of emotions, looking to only reel in one or two kinds, throwing back the ones we don’t want without even noticing how shockingly beautiful they can be in their strange, confusing way, much like the fascinatingly mysterious fish of the deep sea.

There was a long time in my life when I wanted happiness, so I avoided pain. I wanted to call myself brave, so I didn’t admit…

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