Sure, I can tell you that there is no such thing as space, then offer you a string of particle-physics facts that prove it, but until you see for yourself that the space race has all been a carefully fabricated lie since its inception. It is going to be difficult for anyone to believe since you’ve been told by your most adored and cherished leaders for over half a century that it was all true.
The “name” (title) Uri (Yuri) comes from ancient Hebrew אורי which means Ori as in Orion. The name (title) Neil comes from ancient Scottish Gaelic nél and niadh meaning cloud champion.
Orion just so happens to be the home system of Sirius-A, headquarters of the Anu-Elohim (original captors of humanity) also known as Archangel Michael and The Michaelube, SUNS of Ba’al.
I suppose this too, like having the exact same face, (baby) rear-slanted teeth, nose, eyes, ears, chin, eyebrows, wrinkles and hair could also just be a coincidence.
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Driving along the highway the road begins to incline. The engine lags. Shifting down the engine speeds up, accelerating until once again, forward shift and higher momentum can be had.
You’ve probably heard, “One step forward, two steps back”. I like to think of life as driving. Going, going, going until you run out of gas, need to stop, and recharge/refill the energy reserves. It may seem like this causes a “two steps back” situation, but it is only a pause until reserves are fueled and forward movement can begin again. If we do not stop to refuel, we begin to ‘coast’ on fumes … there can be no monumental gains.
Next time you think you are wasting time at the pause, remember it is absolutely necessary should any kind of progress be made. This process must be repeated time and again … if not, you could spin your wheels all day every day and get no where.
Self care is not selfish. Self care is absolutely necessary in order for progress to be made. Pause for reflection and re-energizing allows for planning the ‘next move’ which may assist in maximizing the coming momentum.
As I traveled last week, one thing I noticed while in Canada was that the disposable eating utensils they used are all 100% compostable.
I woke this morning around 1 a.m. thinking of all the heaps of plastic items the ferry produces with its many trips to and from Canada, for the US still does not use these compostable items. I am frustrated, because it is such an easy switch!
And to think of the many companies that travel this path every single day, producing waste that isn’t recyclable. C’mon USA … we can do better than we are, let’s make a true effort to change the poisonous and toxic habits we’ve developed.