As you argue about my innocence, I’ll stoke the fire. The spice of it is the most extreme by far.
I quietly begin to hang my clothes. As I raise my arm to place them in the closet I catch a whiff of myself. I smell just like a man! I laugh a little as I notice this and the thought that each of us carry both halves of the whole within our being is affirmed, noting that we are more alike than many care to admit.
I consider what objects will be gifted to those in need. The amount of ‘stuff’ keeps accumulating! One person does not need all of this! I’ll organize, then remove that which is rarely utilized.
Release can be difficult … of clothes, of any material objects, of emotions such as anger, jealousy, or fear, of habits that have become so well practiced they are not noticed any more. When something is lost it can be a challenge not to jump to the conclusion someone ‘stole’ it, or ‘forced’ the loss. Repetitive thought habits are the most difficult to release. This is because they are not released, they are transformed into new thought forms which are more beneficial.
I sit for a few minutes and I think about the planet and it’s cycles … it’s 5,000 year cycles. Humanity becomes too smart for their own good after this length of time. It is proven in the mass destruction which is apparent at the end. It is interesting, as those who have accumulated monetary wealth and a portion of power struggle to retain and maintain their treasure. It is a relief knowing they will lose it … for they have not yet learned to share properly.
The low hum of repetitive sound fills the room.
I break free from the current process to find anger reflected over information shared. It is intriguing how some will fight tooth and nail to prove someone wrong rather than simply look at the information as an outsider, without emotional attachment. Has this response been ‘trained’ into the human mind?
A man is all jacked up because a ‘block’ has been put on his content. He swears, he fits, and he screams for attention, demanding that this block is removed. A viewer stated that he ought to continue with his talk, that maybe someone will take notice and he will get the attention he seeks. He replied that ‘liberals’ love to label people instead of asking why they feel the way they do … I do not think he is aware that he just labeled someone all while being quite foul.
Curious why random phrases draw responses from surprise sources. I suppose it is reminder that nothing is private, or hidden.
The below link really isn’t related to these thoughts other than I find it fascinating how truth can be right in front of our faces, yet denied adamantly, while so many fight with each other about who is a conspiracy theorist, or who prefers to live in a comfortable little box. Amazing stuff here!
… And here I’ll leave it.