~~~As Above So Below ~~ Be True to Oneself ~~~

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Reflection Of

Now that the mad holiday fever is more relaxed (because it's over), a bit of reflection comes into play. No matter what 2011 has been for any of us, I do believe that there has been a speeding up of all life energies. Cosmic forces have only just intensified the earth mother relationship with humans. 


Have you witnessed any of the "new" children, those beyond the Indigo kids? They are mind blowing. Since I have a grandchild not yet age 2, I am very interested in this pre-fifth world phenomenon. Also, since I am gifted to work as a librarian in a fabulous library, I am a witness to the new children. In short, they are brilliant, kind, and way beyond the present world paradigm that is to shift in December, 2012. 

I was led to a book, Beyond the Indigo Children, The New Children and the Coming of the Fifth World, by P.M.H. Atwater, L.H.D. According to the back cover, the book "provides a wonderful, grounded 'voice of reason' among all the information that's being bandied around about today's children."

Today I shall begin the read. Maybe you would be interested, or have read it and can comment on it. Please feel free to do so.

                  ~~~~~~~  A BLESSED NEW YEAR TO ALL ~~~~~

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

OCCUPY IMMIGRATION

Many of us Baby Boomers have foreign relationships. By this, I mean we have a relation (daughter/son-in-law, mate, grandchild, etc.) who is a foreigner, not a US citizen or allowed to stay here more than 3 months at a time. If you don't already know, marriage doesn't change the laws. Only we the people can do so. Presently there is a lot of various immigration laws being had at state levels. It is interesting to note that federal laws for immigration differ from say, Arizona state laws. This is, unfortunately, where true discrimination exists IMHO.

Presently the current President (Obama) has suspended deportation proceedings against illegals who pose no threats to our homeland (national) security. Isn't that nice? Really, all the illegals are for sure absolutely no threat and never will be. Yippiscoo for them. Don't get me wrong, I applaud the attempt to grant back-door amnesty to no threat illegals, but I also take great offense at the perceived and acknowledged low-priority cases in the courts because they are all geared towards ILLEGAL folks here, and, let's face it, it is geared to Hispanics. They make up a large piece of the voters in the U.S.A., and it is good to not make the kids born and raised here from illegal no threat parents not have to pay for those naughty parents.

My problem is the dis-inclusion of the non-Hispanic no threat people who came here legally, worked, and overstayed their 3 month visa. There was no threats with those people YET they are automatically banned from the U.S.A. for 10 years. Isn't that nice? Where is the back-door amnesty for them? There is none. Zero tolerance for all those Europeans, Aussies, and Kiwis who overstayed their visas. Such a threat to us because they loved it here, paid taxes from paychecks, fell in love, and maybe even married one of us. To bad, the law is the law, except of course when it comes to an upcoming election year for some no threat illegals.


Saturday, November 26, 2011

What's It All About?

Thanksgiving holiday is exposed in this video. It is presented in a comedic fashion, yet rings true blue. I wonder if the turkey consciousness has evolved to a bit of honesty about how this feast came to be a national holiday. Do we want to know the truth, or just that the truth is out there?

Watch it. It's worth it. Learn a little herstory. It's titled, Happy Thanksgiving My Dear Students, by HotForWords. Click on the link below.

                                               THANKSGIVING

Friday, November 18, 2011

11-11-11 to 12-12-12

The cosmic forces are expanding at a rate that is hard to keep up with. Spirit really doesn't have a time limit or restraint - those numbers are just for us humans to wake up to the love we should be accepting, sending and being. I've been turned on to some spiritual thinkers about what is going on during this speed-up and I'd love to share a few quotes.

Before I do, I'd love to know if you were one of those folks who consistently saw the numbers 1:11 or 11:11 whenever you happened to glance at a clock? I did, and I accepted it as weird at first, then normal. I can't help but wonder if it has been part of the wake-up, don't go back to sleep message from the universe.

This is not how we are used to living our lives, so it will take practice and perseverance. What is being asked of us is simply to remember the truth of who we are and know we cannot find the answers to our questions in the outer world. All that we seek to understand is found in our ability to relax into our very being, that place within where we are all connected to the ocean of the All That Is. In the nurturing comfort of our inner sanctuary we are able to transcend the troubles and limitations of the exterior reality, giving all who go there the ability to feel and know the truth of what is happening. Our God Selves know exactly what our needs are and what our true purpose is, so let’s relax and allow all to unfold.
This from © 2011 Rebecca Couch, Dean Noblett and HeartLight ~ Living from the Heart. www.heartlight.ca -www.deannoblett.com/

Now that 11/11/11 has passed, what happens now? As you can see, the 11’s are made up of 1’s and that is our ultimate spiritual goal; to be One. We are trying to remember who we are as a piece of God. We are trying to remember what it is like to feel that complete love. Before the Ascension was a possibility, the Angels gave us a visual of our journey as souls to rejoin consciously with God. They shared we were like a drop of water and that drop of water was moving towards the Ocean of God. Now that we are actively ascending, the Angels share a different, more beautiful visual of what is happening. We are that same drop of water and the Ocean of God is coming into us. You are the drop of water and the vast One-ness is coming into you. Pause and take a breath and feel the energy that statement brings to you.
Imagine God speaking to you right now and saying this:
“I love you.
How could I not?
You are everything to me. You are me.
Remember who you are and you will remember Me.
While you are remembering, feel My love for you in every breath, every moment.
And you will feel a deep peace knowing you are never alone.
We are One.”
~ God
How do you remember?  Just take a deep breath and ask. “I thank You that I now remember who I AM as a spiritual being.”  Yes, it is that simple. Anything you need or want to know, just ask. To remember is the ultimate reason for our being. When we remember, we will wake up and find we were only sleeping and we were never really separate from God.
Enjoying remembering,
Christina
 This from Copyright 2011 © Christina Lunden ~ Creator Mediator ~ All rights reserved.  Although these messages are copyrighted, you are invited to share them, send them to friends, add to your newsletter, post on your blog, etc. including the Source: www.ChristinaLunden.com

However the light comes in, get bright with it! Happy Trails.



Tuesday, October 25, 2011

OCTOBER REVOLUTIONS

There is a big snowstorm brewing in my side of this great planet, the first big brew of the winter season. This month of gorgeous color changes on the trees that are soon to be covered in white has also reflected the changes many are hoping to take place via Occupy Wall Street.

Past OCTOBER REVOLUTIONS such as the Hungarian revolution 1956 and the Russian revolution 1917 really highlight the month. The people wanted change and certainly huge, cataclysmic changes occurred. Often in revolutions the protests are begun peacefully, often in revolutions they end violently.

I'm hoping the current protest that is becoming worldwide will remain a peaceful revolution for great change to benefit all people.

The two mentioned OCTOBER REVOLUTIONS have significant history that is worth reviewing. The last speech of Imry Nagy (the Hungarian leader)  is a moving testament to truth. Here is a partial quote:

“This fight is the fight for freedom by the Hungarian people against the Russian intervention, and it is possible that I shall only be able to stay at my post for one or two hours. The whole world will see how the Russian armed forces, contrary to all treaties and conventions, are crushing the resistance of the Hungarian people. They will also see how they are kidnapping the prime Minister of a country which is a Member of the United nations, taking him from the capital, and therefore it cannot be doubted at all that this is the most brutal form of intervention.









Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Coming of Age?



How does one come to age at age 62? Yes, get early social security, start a little job, continue online work, and grow into oneself from before. In my case it is taking my name back, my given birth name that I have missed for more than half my life. It must be done "officially" even though anyone is able to change his name non-legally. It's a hassle both ways. See my account here, Name Changing Takes Some Effort. Ever since 9/11 the big brother trying to control bit is ever present and lurking at every keystroke, or so it seems. 

Besides that and the eternal quest for youth in anti aging propaganda, I wonder what coming of age means in this digital society. Like many of you, I ask, Is There a Best Anti Aging Way?

Summer's bounty was excellent with apricots in our yard this year. I even tried an apricot pie which turned out fabulous. There are bags of frozen apricots in my freezer to get me through the un-anticipated winter ahead. I prefer along Indian summer. Last summer here in the Rockies, in glorious Colorado, the weather was very sunny, warm, and delightful through October. Not so this year. Could this be a weather coming of age, or just a cycle, or even worse, a big brother weather tampering?

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Cha chachachanges

Yes, it's been a lovely summer with chchchcchanges worldwide - Norway tragedy, Somalia starvation, more nasty unthoughtful Congressional slurs (tar baby), and weather patterns run amuck. Some say it is all speeding up because the famous year of 2012 is bearing down upon us earthlings sooner than later. On a personal level I feel it has a lot to do with the old saying, "Get all your ducks in a row." If indeed we will be entering a barter system or experiencing an all out revolution, chchchchanges, are happening very fast.

Recently I read that 2 states had dropped the teaching of cursive writing. Why bother when kinderkids are learning keyboard strokes. Chalkboards in classrooms are disappearing so techy devices can be used instead - even e-readers. Some of it is exciting but then again, how is the increased bandwidth usage to be handled? Also, for some of it, it seems discriminatory too me. If schoolkids are going to be using tech gadgets then are we all supposed to keep increasing mill levies to pay for every child to have use of these? Even libraries are starting to charge for computer usage for out of district clients. Geesh. Chchchcchanges in this not so green yet world. 

So much fear mongering what with the political rants and now the lowering of our AAA+ standing in the global economy - the earth is bound to connect with the human energy. So, earth changes keep on keepin' on. All this strife, tension, relationship break-ups (Arnie & Maria, Al & Tipper (old news, yes, but still), me & my ex-spouse, and countless others), really takes a toll on emotional, spiritual, physical, and mental levels of human growth. Besides a great faith that we are on the right path (that everything is perfect even though we don't get it), this time period takes friends. Along with friends comes the ability to not take ourselves so seriously, and laugh lots.

I would love for you to view this short video of Lucy & Ethel entertaining with The Friendship Song.




It's a great reminder to be a friend, too.


Sunday, July 10, 2011

Day Trippin'

The hot time summer in the city has been cool and flash flood rainstorms here in Colorado, so I have taken a trip back to the '60's music scene. Here is an excerpt from Baby Boomer Daydream Believer:

Now is probably a good time to mention the great accumulation of the 60’s culture which was 1969. Not only could you get anything you want at Alice’s restaurant, but the summer of peace and love rocked at the Woodstock festival 1969. I was a student at the University of Minnesota at the time. One of my roommates was actually living in a commune, but had to keep up appearances as a roommate for the establishment. Deciding whether to split and cruise to Woodstock which was a fairly long drive from Minnesota was the biggest decision I had to make.  To go or not to go.

Those were the days my friend! Now the times have changed making Bob Dylan's famous song, The Times They Are A-changin right on, so to speak. It happens as we grow into our own skin, we get more comfortable with who we are and why we are going in the direction we are. 


The '60's music will never go away, it just gets re-recorded from different artists and handed along. The rainy day Sunday weather has allowed for rest and reflection. Happy day trippin!

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Mythical Animals, Mythical Beasts

Exploring our human mythology to the mythical beast contemplation, I have concluded that we humans are a very curious bunch who prefer answers that either can be proven scientifically, or in some mythological realm of past wonderings. Then there is also the blind faith in a deity or deities that also enters in. Mostly I think we want to believe in other.

A considerable amount of mythology creatures appear in films and books nowadays, and it is most popular. That being said, perhaps the film makers and authors have just stumbled on the very commercial mindset of take-me-away-from the-present. Something akin to the commercialism of Christmas in July. Unicorns, Harpies, Cyclops, Centaurs, and other rich Greek mythology creatures consistently show up in today's arts, so they have to have some staying power from the great past.

I wonder what other breakthroughs will occur in the technological world which seems to have merged with mythology ("Avatar" is a great example). How long will it be before we can say "I see you" when we aren't using skype or other satellite video conferencing mechanisms? You know what I mean - will it happen in a baby boomer's lifetime?

Friday, June 17, 2011

Top Seven Christian Religious Symbols

Religious symbolism is everywhere as there are so many religions. I decided to look into Christian symbols and learned something doing so. Please read it if you'd like (just click on the title - it's linked) and feel free to comment. 

Last month I found myself enthralled with writing about religion. My titles and links are :
What with the looming terrorist angst and economic woes plaguing the world, I figure many folks are exploring the central theme of manly divisions in most cultural life. Disagreement seems to be the theme of the 21st century, and religion certainly is apart of the ongoing strife. Religious literacy is important, especially if there is ever to be peace on earth.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Boasting About A Death

Yesterday, May 1st, 2011, I was startled to an interruption in the television show I was watching to view the news about the death of Osama Bin Laden, the number 1 wanted person from the United States list. In fact, I texted my daughters who are in New Zealand, Big news, Osama Bin Laden is deader than a doornail. How irreverent of me, but I had to reconcile the portrayed glee from the TV with my shock at the joyous responses. So, I tried to make my text humerous. Honestly, I don't feel the joy that the mass killer is dead. I feel great relief and joy for all of the Osama searchers who did finally destroy him, and of course for all the people who have wanted him dead in retaliation for his monstrous evil and horrendous pain inflicted on so many innocent people.

However, I have had the concept of forgiveness so brainwashed in me that his actual death news didn't cause me any joy. Some politicians are taking credit for his death, and there is a great honoring upon the US military for their part in this death. We have been at war with this evil for a decade now, and it may never end although the presumed head of the monster has been killed. It seems kind of sad that we are a nation of celebrators over one man's death. I just don't get any boost from the boasts.

Granted, there is a lightening on the terrorism factor, and that is wonderful. Now that it has actually come about - a proven death of a bad man - I truly hope that it has meaning for all those that he "spawned" with hatred for the US. Maybe they will sense the futility and no good in killing.  A May Day not to be forgotten!

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

This is a great link of a wonderful tour of Westminister Abbey. I have been there and I still need a refresher, so take a peek if you haven't been there, or if you want a glimpse of where the Royals will be marrying soon. It's a 360 tour that really shows the spectacularness of the historic place.

An English friend of mine who lives in NZ told me that they are all very excited about the wedding to be, and that she is getting together with some NZ friends to have cucumber on crustless bread, tea, and wear hats and maybe dresses to sit and view the wedding on the telly. That sounds fun . . . from NZ, but from the states that means getting up at 4:00 am or so I hear. There will be days and nights of re-runs at a respectable time for us North Americans.  

Speaking of the states, the weather hasn't been very good for anyone to Become A Watcher of the SkiesI'm talking the wonderful world of Astronomy: An Old Science and Popular Outdoor Activity.  The Lyrid meteor showers were going on while the overcast skies made it un-viewable from where I live, and most places in the states. Rain or snow everyday is definitely putting a damper on the chance to observe the night sky and those roughly 5000 stars seeable with the naked eye.  One thing for sure, when it is warm the critters we call Spiders: Eency Weency Predators, are having a show, a Spring coming out so to speak.

Stay warm, and give the English a toast for their traditions.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Interview With a Nook Owner

I have had the pleasure of quizzing a friend who recently purchased a NOOK from my banner ad here on my blog. She was very enthusiastic about it, and had spent some time exploring it before she left the country on a trip. Travel was her main reason for getting an e-reader. She knew it would be much easier carrying around a lightweight Nook, than a paperback.

The first thing she made clear is that the Nook is made for people who read books. That is quite a compliment because book readers are very picky! She likes that the page of the Nook book she is reading doesn't look different from a printed book page in the sunlight. It is not glossy, or backlit like a computer screen. 

A choice of screen savers are offered in the Nook, and she really thinks highly of the black and white etchings of famous authors (it is her favorite screen saver). Another plus is the hysterical introduction to the Nook by Dave Berry. She says that alone is reason to buy it. Some of the useful features that come with it are:
  • highlight passages or words
  • take notes
  • bookmark
  • check the meaning of a word in the handy dictionary (genius)
  • listen to music while you read!
I definitely want one after seeing hers. She also checked out and compared the Nook with other e-readers, and found it to be the best value. She chose the mid-range priced Nook that has wi-fi, not just 3G, and not the color Nook. Also, the Nook plays nice with libraries. If you have a library card and they offer e-reading, you can download a book online, just like if you were to physically take a book out at a library. Not all e-readers allow for that feature.

She was able to download quite a few free offers that aren't too shabby either - they came with her purchase. Feel free to click on the link and explore the NOOK world.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Was John Newton Amazed?



The slave turned slave trader, John Newton was (I believe) amazed at his prayer for mercy during the event that changed his life. He was a passenger on the ship, the Greyhound, when a fierce storm gave him real cause to believe the ship would go under. This is when the author of the Amazing Grace hymn embraced his God and asked for mercy, yet wondered why he would be allowed any. You see, he was enslaved and made to work on a lime plantation when he was a teenager so he wasn't a stranger to the hardships and lack of freedom the Africans he worked with had to put up with. Please read more at Amazing Grace Origin: John Newton.

I've been into researching some phrases lately and have found them to have interesting origins and meanings. They are: The Bluebird of Happiness Phrase, and On the Verge Phrase. The articles may surprise you!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

March - snow, rain, sun, dry, cold and today, St Patdraigs Day (an Irish holiday in the US, and a Catholic holiday in Ireland), a fine blizzard has begun. Gotta love it! I have so many loved ones whose March birthdays are happening. Happy birthday to all March celebrants.

Speaking of celebration, March is also Women’s History Month. Here are some excerts from my articles about some fabulous women:

Her flowers paintings were absolutely stunning to initial viewers. Mainly they were perceived positively as female genitalia. So much of her work was constructed around a center that did imply physical body representations. The perception is beautiful, and glorifies the female sexuality. She painted simple objects, rarely humans, and gave the work a noted sense of color. Her work increased a desirability to view flowers (for instance) like they have never been viewed before. She would scoff at the reference to sex symbols in her work, and merely say that the viewer was seeing his own obsessions. The paintings of her flowers art were way ahead of her time, totally unconventional.
From - Georgia O”Keeffe: An Unconventional Woman

So, her 11 year old firstborn, Vaballath, became the king. Zenobia was his regent, major helper governor. Think about this: what a sham this must have been for the vibrant and intelligent woman who had done so much to keep her Palmyra and all of Roman Syria a great kingdom, safe from neighboring despots, and her son is passed the keys to the kingdom. So unfair, so wrong. Nevertheless, historically she is given the credit as the ruler of the Palmyrene Empire.
From - Zenobia Queen of the Palmyrian Empire

Like any great person, she had her detractors. When the letters of her inner spiritual life were made public those people balanced the devotee followers with those who denied her truth. In some of her letters she admits to doubt. She falls off the belief wagon. She questions whether she made a mistake in responding to the call of the sacred heart. All those words she wrote in confidentiality have been eschewed by some to disqualify her saintliness. No matter, they have the right to do so. Her dark soul times were shared with her confessors, as her religion dictates. They, maybe have breached the confidentiality by allowing her letters to be public.   
From - Mother Teresa Worked With a Full Heart

There is a great Georgia O’Keeffe biopic DVD available for very cheap at Barnes and Noble.

May all our fellow humans on this dear planet send out great love to each other - especially the Japanese.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Being Classy 'n Fashionable

Most likely the truth about how to be fashionable and classy is somewhere between an attitude and being true to oneself, like Coco Chanel was. She, Che Guevera, and Cleopatra are all enduring icons who were/are considered fashionable and classy by the general populace. The outer fashions like Che's beret and Coco's total fashion change to clothes she looked good in (thankfully she popularized the demise of the corset), lays the mysterious connection between the classy definition that seems to have kept their identities alive and imitated for so long. More about that by clicking on the links to my full articles.

I have recently experienced the shocking news that I have cataracts in both eyes! Actually, I have found that the classy way to treat this foggy situation is to wait until my vision is seriously impaired (20/40 or below), and then see what's up with the treatment. The fashionable treatment is cataract surgery which is considered mostly safe and successful. For any of you that are interested in finding out all about this common problem, please read my article Got Cataracts?  I have thoroughly researched the cause, cost, and other important question any unsuspecting baby boomer may have. :):)

Yet another way to be fashionable and classy is the lifestyle one leads. I have just been reading   Secrets of Longevity: Hundreds Of Ways To Live To Be 100
by Dr. Maoshing Ni. It is an enjoyable, easy read, and quite healing. I don't always have the inkling to live to be 100, but I do strive to be healthy with cataracts and all! This book really interweaves the Eastern and Western medicinal traditions skillfully and clearly. Eastern traditional knowledge is quite fashionable presently, and the author is a classy 38th-generation doctor of Chinese medicine to boot. I have written a book review about it, Secrets of Longevity. I highly suggest checking it out at the library or purchasing it (via the link), as it is inexpensive, and surprising.


Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Heartfelt February

February is American Heart Health Month, so check to see if some local health clinics are giving discounted or free heart health check ups. One nearby me is offering blood sugar, lipid profile (incl LDL, HDL, choleterol, and triglycerides), liver function and studies, plus height, weight, blood pressure, and heart health risk profile - all this for $15.00! Needless to say, I am going to take advantage of it. I realize now, how frequent TIA's occur in baby boomers, and it's just plain time to get all this checked out.
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There is a wisdom school that I have been attending, and an upcoming workshop is titled, Way of the Heart. It is going to be quite good because it is run by Cynthia Bourgeault (pastor, scholar author, mystic), "We'll be focusing on the heart as an organ of spiritual perception, combining readings from the Christian Inner
and mystical tradition with contemporary scientific findings, presented by
our guest co-teacher Rex Spear, M.D. Stay tuned!"
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You know, there are many people who don't have a significant other to celebrate Valentine's Day (in all the hooplah), and I'm not sure if they feel left out or choose to celebrate themselves. I chose to celebrate myself since I am in a divorce journey, although living with my spouse because we can't afford for one of us to move out (sound familiar?). Anyways, the day turned out fabulous. I hiked with a daughter who is not in a relationship presently, skyped with another daughter in NZ, and my precious grandbaby. Also, my spouse walked in the kitchen with a lovely bouquet of flowers and said, "There haven't been any flowers around the house for a long time." Sweet. And just fine to love the one your with!
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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Mysteries Becoming Less Mysterious

Since Christmas I have been gifted with 2 different gospels that I was unaware of. One of them has been published for awhile, it is titled, The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ, by Levi. It is a record of the "lost" 18 years unmentioned in the New Testament. I began reading it, and was really enjoying it because it made sense for a Jesus of the 1st century.

Then I found out about The Gospel of the Beloved Companion,claimed to be the complete gospel of Mary Magdalene. The author was in the area discussing the book, and I attended a couple of days discussion. I loved what I heard, and bought the book and read it. It is fabulous, and my review is here. I highly recommend it.

Humans love mystery, and Mary Magdalene has been a mystery for so long.  So too have other mysteries been deliberated upon. The mysterious weapons of mass destruction are still a mystery, or a fraud. The mystery of JFK's assassination still has conspiracy theories. Of course the aliens crashing/visiting on earth mystery is always available for a new film. Did man really land on the moon, or is that a mystery as some deem?

The good outcome of the human pondering is the courageous acts of people who question the supposed truth of the mysteries, and give valid argument and proof in doing so. In a way, the Egyptian people are giving true testament to their dislike of their government. The US involvement in sustaining the current president will no doubt remain a mystery from the past 30 years. The truth is out there.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Emotional, Spiritual January

January has been an amazing 2011 emotional survival so far. The key word being emotional, that is along with spiritual. I mean really, just look at all the emotional hot news items that continue to blame baby boomers for everything considered wrong in the U.S.A. today. Healthcare is totally whacked - did you receive a letter telling you your premium was going up so much that you had to cancel? I did, and I was about to cancel when I received another company letter telling me it was a mistake, and that my premium would remain the same. H'mm, what kind of nonsense is going on here, I wondered.  You see, I am basically uninsurable unless I am in a group insurance. Luckily I am in a group insurance through AARP and a special deal with Aetna, so I am insured.However, AARP is one huge group, so the letter was meant for Aetna insured members of smaller groups, like an orthopedic group of Docs. This is what the insurance companies are up to - raising premiums so high that you can't afford them- they don't need you anymore! Okay, so that was one emotional survival.

The next has been all the brouhaha about 8000 baby boomers turning age 65 daily. This is becoming ad nauseum news. Yes, it may be a first historically, but it could really mean good things too. Just think of all the wisdom to draw on. Humans with vast life experiences willing to share with the coveted youths who care to listen. A labor force more suited to online work because physical labor may not be the answer, and oral work like answering calls, or typing online, or affiliate marketing are the evolving jobs where the youth of today is working-online. Boomers can too, just give us a bit of patience and training.

I've some wisdom to pass on about animal medicine. Recently I was gifted with eagle medicine (the eagle is the messenger to God), and today I stood about 25 feet from 3 buck deer who stared right at me. It is powerful knowledge to tap into the spiritual meaning of these encounters. I use the Medicine Cards for a best wisdom info referral about animal medicine. I had the good fortune to study with a Native American woman who turned me on to the author (Jamie Sams). It's authentic spiritual animal wisdom. You can click on the link to check it out.
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