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I have long been accused of living in my own world, a blue crystal cave beneath the sea were i play. Filled with books and true, clear light. I've been called Nimue and it wasn't intended as a compliment. I can't decide which state I live in so I'm content with just "Being There." It's fitting I'm Chance the gardener. But I do believe in Love. I believe we are all firewired to Love through the act of creation and therefore we're all firewired to each other. I suspend belief and accept all offers. Yes, I love The Heart of the Sunrise.
Love brought us here and now. Love will guide each of us to see we can't expect anyone to keep their promises. We need to choose to love people who don't need to promise anything. Love is the only reason I joined. I saw the Love pouring over Carlos and I got soaked. I knew you would be here wrenching open the fire hydrants. Thank you.
I love the "one long moment of now" Nance, and Erin! That is where I want to be, and I am there. We do have to remember that we are only remembering everything we have been told about the nature of our world, our life, our reality, and who could possibly tell us about our own reality? When I was a child, my mom was repeatedly asking me "When are you going to come out of your dream world??" I couldn't imagine leaving it, ever. The Be Here Now is ever present, but most are, as you say, too preoccupied with going from one expectation/construct to the next and they do miss it. My family reminds each other frequently not to live in the past nor the future...did you see the Star Trek movie where she shows Picard how to slow time to nearly a standstill? I loved it...that's what we're after. I want to read the book too - Eckhardt Tolle "A New Earth" - you are my third friend to mention it. Now to the now of dark chocolate mocha...ooh - that is perfect in the moment satisfaction. I know the word is Love ~ it is after all, all you need. ;-) (yay Beatles, those trippy boys)
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