there's nothing to get, otherwise,
it would be nagging me to manifest.
a sense of lack.
fill the hole
with an abundance
Any idiot can
live in the world
in your world
with no desires.
The desire to live
is the messenger
Longing to be happy
is the outline
Next time a desire
starts nagging at you
"Would I be prepared
to die for it?"
There will be many changes in the next few months. Those who are heart centered will have the ability to go within and ask for guidance. You will be able to discern what is Love and what is Deception. You will be able to see cleansing, where others see disaster. Being within your heart center is what is needed the most at this time. It will allow you to see things as they are, not what you are told by another. Your heart center is your connection with the divine, and therefore will never lead you astray.
How do we get there? First we must accept we are far greater than we were told. You are an infinite amount of energy with limitless possibilities. It is up to you to fine-tune your personal awareness in the universe. You are the writer, the actor, and the producer of your life. Nothing would have been brought upon you in this life without your divine permission. It is never a 'curse' when things go wrong. God gives us what we need, not what we desire. The two (needs and desires) are almost never compatible while living in the ego. You are a divine being with a divine purpose.... Accept it.
Let’s examine the Constitution’s Delegation of Powers to Congress:
Section 8 – Powers of Congress
The Congress shall have the power….
1. To lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises, to pay the debts and provide for the common defence and general welfare of the United States; but all duties, imposts and excises shall be uniform throughout the United States:
This power has been eroded by fact that the IRS was established under the executive branch. Although its authority is supposedly granted in legislation I have yet to see the enabling legislation. It is further eroded by the Federal Reserve’s ability to manipulate the value of what we call money.
2. To borrow money on the credit of the United States:
This power is currently under attack by the McConnell plan to allow the President to raise the debt ceiling. Under this plan a super-majority vote would be required to over-rule the president.
(To review: CDS are a kind of "default insurance." The buyer of a CDS is buying insurance against default by a specific issuer of debt, whether that be a company or a country. The greater the apparent likelihood of a default, the higher the price insurance. That's why the price of a Greek CDS is 1,000 times greater than the price of a Norwegian CDS.)
This extreme pricing difference is to be expected. In absolute numbers, the national annual deficits of Greece and Norway are identical. But while the Greeks are running a budget deficit equal to about 14% of its GDP, the Norwegians are running a budget surplus equal to about 14% of GDP. Greece might default tomorrow. Norway is unlikely to default any time this century... or at least not until its North Sea oil runs out.
The Man of Peace can stop wars.
Wars cannot disturb the Man of Peace
So Sayeth I
The Man of Peace.
It's a disaster to be born.
Living is the challenge.
Live the simplest way possible.
You will never be the loser.
Losers are losers because
they have lost their simplicity.
If you really
want to help them,
leave them alone.
The only man who can help
is the one who has destroyed
all his concepts about helping.
The only one who can love
is the one who has destroyed
all his concepts of love.
Leaving them alone
goes beyond do and don't.
God helps those
who help themselves
is absolutely true.
-Scenes from a Bar Scene-
Mary Head’s a little lamb whose fleece is white as snow. But underneath her fleece she’s black as grease and thrice as slick. Her eyes are narrow slits; her tongues prodded, poisonous, and flickers through fangs that suck the souls from lost spirits.
Asbestos enters the tavern and takes a seat at a corner booth. He orders a glass of water, examines, sniffs, then sips it as though a fine wine. Mary sits seductively in a red dress, cross-legged on a bar stool. She lights a cigarette and downs a gin and tomato juice. A modestly dressed middle-aged man slides onto the stool next to Mary simultaneously signaling the bartender with an inverse nod.
“How are you doing?” He asks.
“However you’re doing Now, thanks.”
“What’s your drink?”
“I don’t identify myself with one.”
“I’m a whisky man.”
“Good for you.”
He flashes the bartender the peace sign “So, are you from around here?”
“As much as I’m from anywhere I’ve ever been.” Two whiskies slide down.
“Well, have you spent much time here or just passing through?”
“If I told you right now I’d never sleep with you, would you leave me alone?”
“I . . . guess so, yeah.” He stands.
“Do you feel alone, Whisky Man?”
“You are alone.”
“Good. Go away and deal with that until you die.”
1: an attitude of doubt or a disposition to incredulity either in general or toward a particular object
2a : the doctrine that true knowledge or knowledge in a particular area is uncertain b : the method of suspended judgment, systematic doubt, or criticism characteristic of skeptics
Even the word doubt has gotten a bad wrap. I believe doubt is one of the healthiest things that one can have. If someone acts like they are insulted when you doubt what they say then I say they don’t really care about informing you, they want to impress you so that they can control or dominate you. It is subtle but it works. The result is that you stop being curious.
This shows up in your life as a kind of laziness. If someone gives you an answer and you don’t question it then you don’t need to research it out for yourself. But this leaves you open to every hoax and deception imaginable.
The people of Vietnam were minding their own business when the USA decided that their business was America’s business. It may have been half a world away but too near by half, for the American establishment that hungered for the blood of the commies, or so they said. The truth was there was big bucks to be made and “so what” if a little bloodshed was needed to make it. In that atmosphere of contradictions, “Peace and Love” and increasing bloodshed, on October 16th that same year a book appeared titled Report From Iron Mountain on the Possibility and Desirability of Peace. It was, supposedly, a work of fiction published by Dial Press, a division of Simon & Schuster. It was a book about the problems that would confront the United States if it entered into a period of permanent peace. Heaven forbid.
there will be no more electric cities.
The rot & corruption
of a Society that's had it
that's one of
shape & form.
When the Unknown
of the Known
it makes it
When the Impersonal
of the Personal,
What are people working for? Are they not slaves to their desires? Can you imagine how much free time you would have for yourself if 50% of your desires just fell away?