You could call this a personal creative fiction journal about a world traveler and his evolving life.
He saw the warmth of Americans vanish with the once large friendly middle class. Was there a Camelot, when we thought of ourselves as a good nation?
The powers that be have been holding our country hostage since Reagan took away the power of the unions and Neoconservatives took over the Republican Party!
Will we ever stop our declining ways?
(sorry for typos!)
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"The ninth insight says that we can direct primal energy through the power of attention and intention. As we've seen, whatever we put our attention on (and thereby make the focus of this energy) blossoms. Whatever we withdraw our attention from starts to wither away. Attention and intention are the keys to transformation, whether it is of a situation, circumstance, person, or thing. The sutras are codes for triggering and activating intention and attention"
interestingly a love has blossomed...or an obsession with a game or sport...my love for the sea and surf...I obsess each morning on the nuance of the rip...entering the deepest part next to the eroding beach... i swim with it while I float through the waves in the deepest parts...soon I am out there and I race with the wave...catching her early and kicking furiously with the flipper...I feel invincible...churning my arms as fast as I can before having to take a breath...each day I am with the wave just a little bit longer, better and more in love...
I cannot get enough of her...all hours of the day, I have to be close to her..
I open my windows and take away the screen so there won't be any obstructions from seeing and hearing her in the moonlight...
waiting for the moon sneak up past the clouds of the horizon...
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