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What You Thought You Knew

Published October 15, 2017 by tindertender

At 30 minutes she tells details about CERN. You’ll learn important things should you choose to.

France, huh?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint-Genis-Pouilly
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abaddon

CERN announced on April 30th, 1999, that the world wide web (WWW) would be free to everyone. WWW in Hebrew means 666. Check out the CERN logo. CERN is the one who started the world wide web.

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=47

True Self

Published October 15, 2017 by tindertender

True Self

What the world needs now more than anything else is authentic human beings. You need more examples of your genuine nature to inspire others and to give others the opportunity to see themselves. You see, when you are true to yourself, you are more good to your fellow humans than when you pretend to be what you think you are supposed to be.

💛💚💙💜

Leroy Boekhout van Solinge

Mother Earth, Sacred Ground

Published October 11, 2017 by tindertender

Whatever your beliefs, open your heart and mind to Mother Earth … she is calling for us to assist her right now … Hear it.

The Earth is our Mother, we must take care of her
The Earth in our Mother, we must take care of her
Chorus:
Hey Yanna Ho Yanna Hey Yon Yon
Hey Yanna Ho Yanna Hey Yon Yon
Her sacred ground we walk upon, with every step we take
Her sacred ground we walk upon, with every step we take
Chorus:
The Earth is our Mother, she will take care of us
The Earth is our Mother, she will take care of us
– Traditional, Hopi

Your Calling In A World Gone Wrong

Published October 5, 2017 by tindertender

“Talents do not diminish by gifting them to others … they in fact GROW.”
~ Michael Meade

“Because what calls to us is timeless, the calling can come at any time. At each turn in the road our life’s work awaits us; thus our calling keeps calling no matter our age or position or condition in life.” – Michael Meade

The two greatest fears in life are said to be the fear of abandonment and the fear of being overwhelmed by life. Amidst radical climate changes that make this year the hottest on record and in the midst of an overheated, at times deplorable, political season, it it easy to feel abandoned by nature and on the verge of overwhelm from the size of the problems we face and the lack of meaningful solutions.

In psychological terms, it is the ego that fears the uncertainties of life whereas the deep self or soul knows that we are never alone in this world and that we are at home whenever we are in touch with the depth of our own heart and the dream of our soul.

Michael Meade speaks about reorienting ourselves to death so we may find lost meanings of life and cogent ways of perceiving life-changing events. Life and Death are not exclusive opposites, birth and death are opposite each other and life includes both. Avoiding death causes it to become more literal and shocking. Opening death as a symbol and metaphor gives it a place to be and become known. A culture that begins denying death will end by denying life. If we think of Death as an essential presence rather than simply the absence of life; we can see that it must have its place, like beauty and sorrow, like love and aloneness.

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