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packing your life up

My stance is one of readiness.
I am literally on my toes, poised for opportunity, open to change.

It's funny when you sort through your material possesions
 and see yourself at every decision, the moment of every gift,
a person involved with all that you are through whatever slips through your fingers as you sort and place and fold and sort some more.

Organized chaos has become my bliss.

Everything is alive. Everything is interrelated.
ALL life is sacred.
Sharing fully of what I have in every sense completes the spiritual loop.
It is my way of saying thanks to God.

I am poised and
ready to volunteer with the democratic campaign tomorrow
in a highly favored Romney county.
I will, no doubt meet everyone with a smile, perhaps a handshake.
But please don't think it means I want to get into a political argument with you.
I'd rather give you a wink and a hug.
It feels just better.

I am praying for the best outcome for the best change possible. Universally!

Miracles shined upon me this weekend.
I have been told poetically and politely about
my "shit" so to speak and I must admit the
silver platter my ass was handed to me on was so awesome.

I am so happy when people can speak truth so that everyone could learn for the highest good.
So good that's out of the way that I actually feel FREE.

Freedom from suffering is awesome.

Everything is alive. Everything is interrelated. 
ALL life is sacred.
Sharing fully of what I have in every sense completes the spiritual loop.
It is my way of saying thanks to God

The sound is calling me to sleep now.
There are prophecies of the future to be sorted in the morrow.


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