Hidden In Plain Sight

Published December 13, 2018 by tindertender

Form becomes smooth once more. Regeneration is always a mind blow. 

Isn’t it interesting … the minds of humanity are gripped tight by a presence so near it is barely perceptible, and only if one trains their self to notice, or should tragedy throw them there.

Skulls in forest

Suddenly, things are seen and heard which were hidden before … hidden in plain sight.

Mini candy bars keep getting smaller and smaller, while fewer are in each bag, and the price continues to hike. Toilet paper rolls have fewer sheets while the price climbs. Cans of food have gone from 15 oz to 14.5 oz and the price is more. These are just a few of the sneaky rip-offs we’ve been handed.

I am curious to know if there is a recipe for home-made marshmallows.

Often we look outside our self for answers. The Universe conspires to give them, should one really pay attention. Speaking of …

Beautiful, yummy marshmallows

https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/homemade-marshmallows-51152000

A time comes when the obvious will be known, and the known, plain for what it truly is.

Have people really wanted a ‘forever’ anything? It seems not. Most things nowadays are disposable, not created to last through many decades. It isn’t clear whether this is simply a marketing scheme which forces the continued purchasing of items, or if people simply do not want the same thing for decades.

Renewal seems to be the trend. While ‘renewal’ of the mind is a very good thing, cheaply made items which must be thrown out frequently is not such a prosperous thing … for the average person … for the scammer of countries it is quite a different matter.

With the purchase comes power. Figuring out how to exit this system of waste, of not participating in the robbery of people and the destruction of the earth can be difficult. The last couple generations have been accustomed to the ‘disposable’. Breaking that habit will not be easy, but is necessary, just the same.

Let us be rid of disposable items, disposable relationships, disposable anything … let us bring back the idea of that which is good being cherished, for life.

Breaking Free

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