Monday, April 09, 2007

he wrote her letters, he wanted to share his life with her and then he was almost 80 thinking if she would ever forgive him....he gets a phone call late at night in his beach shack from his long lost daughter...
he realizes ....i saw your letters after she died,,,can I come to u and be your daughter...can we be a family? can we share our life??

randy williams

tears I heard this song on NPR with some of my own embellishments...'
If i had another life, I would have done so many things but then we see the seeds grow from the children we teach...maybe we can make an impact???
Healing will help me and maybe we can live on in is so short a little time in our conciousness...the creative process??

I wanna explore something new...I realize when I am travelling how much younger I feel...listening to this bloke telling about his experiences going from denmark to morocco...solice , thinking, time to think...

laughing like a child is when I was happiest...what will make me laugh again??hanging out in to love myself again and be happy with who I am standing on this precipice...the short span of conciousness and then our individuality will be gone or what ways we can still leave our imprints???...

creativity is the travelling processs...standing still and grab the ideas as they pass by,,,I wish that I could have started an instrument

space quiet and listening to explore our creativity??


start now and take the time to do it...a couple blank pages of writing...some to share or some to toss into the fire"

the process is the product...form and content match...being what i is having the space to feel

who will want to listen to be and be muse>>>musings to our creative process indescribable process

creative expression is a way to help the world...we sing and they no longer feel ashamed...hope and a myself to needs of others and that ...heel of the

Im listening to the radio, knowing that you are there with me , listening to me...I have a connection to the universe when Im listening to the radio and the expressing myself to the world on this cell phone to the blogosphere>>.

the sun has set behind the clouds...a weight has been lifted...but I still worry about that note of revocationit is painting the clouds red as I listen to these songs that are so beautiful...I wish that I had the cassette tapes

inspiration...language devices such as strategies

metaphors...when clouds sail across the sky..magazine husband ...deep sense of superficiality...metaphor good metaphor, a new taste of these two unexpected ingredients..

a car is a person, relationship with its owner and brings the car to life! the personality of my car

brought item to life...what would my dog think?

2 lists of 5 words

why is she neglecting her own job so that she can find a way to take my job??she has been on a mission for the past 2 years to get my job!

ooh thats waht happpens when you have a flow of conciousness,,,,

we will see each other again...somehow i have that confidence...

burn the bridges we once walked...let yourself move on...but how can I when I realize that I won't find anyone that loved me as much as she did...and there is some of the guilt that has lived with me...

"Study turns pot wisdom on headLab rats given drug 100 times as strong as potCalgary — Forget the stereotype about dopey potheads. It seems marijuana could be good for your brain.While other studies have shown that periodic use of marijuana can cause memory loss and impair learning and a host of other health problems down the road, new research suggests the drug could have some benefits when administered regularly in a highly potent form. Most "drugs of abuse" such as alcohol, heroin, cocaine and nicotine suppress growth of new brain cells. However, researchers found that cannabinoids promoted generation of new neurons in rats' hippocampuses.Hippocampuses are the part of the brain responsible for learning and memory, and the study held true for either plant-derived or the synthetic version of cannabinoids."This is quite a surprise," said Xia Zhang, an associate professor with the Neuropsychiatry Research Unit at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon."Chronic use of marijuana may actually improve learning memory when the new neurons in the hippocampus can mature in two or three months," he added.The research by Dr. Zhang and a team of international researchers is to be published in the November issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, but their findings are on-line now.The scientists also noticed that cannabinoids curbed depression and anxiety, which Dr. Zhang says, suggests a correlation between neurogenesis and mood swings. (Or, it at least partly explains the feelings of relaxation and euphoria of a pot-induced high.)Other scientists have suggested that depression is triggered when too few new brain cells are created in the hippocampus. One researcher of neuropharmacology said he was "puzzled" by the findings. As enthusiastic as Dr. Zhang is about the potential health benefits, he warns against running out for a toke in a bid to beef up brain power or calm nerves.The team injected laboratory rats with a synthetic substance called HU-210, which is similar, but 100 times as potent as THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), the compound responsible for giving marijuana users a high.They found that the rats treated regularly with a high dose of HU-210 -- twice a day for 10 days -- showed growth of neurons in the hippocampus. The researchers don't know if pot, which isn't as pure as the lab-produced version, would have the same effect. "There's a big gap between rats and humans," Dr. Zhang points out. But there is a lot of interest -- and controversy -- around the use of cannabinoids to improve human health. Cannabinoids, such as marijuana and hashish, have been used to address pain, nausea, vomiting, seizures caused by epilepsy, ischemic stroke, cerebral trauma, tumours, multiple sclerosis and a host of other maladies.There are herbal cannabinoids, which come from the cannabis plant, and the bodies of humans and animals produce endogenous cannabinoids. The substance can also be designed in the lab.Cannabinoids can trigger the body's two cannabinoid receptors, which control the activity of various cells in the body.One receptor, known as CB1, is found primarily in the brain. The other receptor, CB2, was thought to be found only in the immune system.However, in a separate study to be published today in the journal Science, a group of international researchers have located the CB2 receptor in the brain stems of rats, mice and ferrets. The brain stem is responsible for basic body function such as breathing and the gastrointestinal tract. If stimulated in a certain way, CB2 could be harnessed to eliminate the nausea and vomiting associated with post-operative analgesics or cancer and AIDS treatments, according to the researchers."Ultimately, new therapies could be developed as a result of these findings," said Keith Sharkey, a gastrointestinal neuroscientist at the University of Calgary, lead author of the study.(Scientists are trying to find ways to block CB1 as a way to decrease food cravings and limit dependence on tobacco.)When asked whether his findings explain why some swear by pot as a way to avoid the queasy feeling of a hangover, Dr. Sharkey paused and replied: "It does not explain the effects of smoked or inhaled or ingested substances."

I always thought that it made you think a lot more..nothing is more enjoyable than playing a game of chess with a friend who enjoys rambling and philosophizing while playing an exciting game of chess...

and then I'm spotted while here alone in the car and I feel the negative vibes so much more from judgemental women who see me on the computer and I think what he might be thinking??

"does he even have a life??"

I wish that I could find a spot in the parking lot with the shade and still have access to some unsecured network.

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