When the Spinning Stops
The world can at times seem to be out of control, like a spinning top. We look around and much of it is spinning. Why would anyone want to be here? Crazy things go on. Some people seem to seek to be more controlling as time goes by. What a mess, but, can We Clean It Up to Be Free?
In this Environment, a Change is Desired, to get back to the Basics. The nutty stuff is cut off when We go back to the Natural Way of Living. In a State of Pure Being, We are One with the All and Walk this Road as an Expression of Our Heartfelt Desire to Be Here Now in a Natural Way.
In this Way, We See Creation as an Expression of Beauty. From the Source, We came here in a Collective Manner, to Experience the Building of Beauty. We left Home filled with Pure Love, full of Wonderful Expectations regarding the Fulfillment of Our Desire to See Beauty.
While in this Love State of Being, We Realized a Connection. We Are All the Same. Nobody has a leg up on the other. So to go on in this Beauty State of Being. We noticed a trick had been played. A deception was placed upon Us. Some regarded others as less.
Okay with that. So a trick was played and In this We were fooled. So what Now? Now We Know. Now We should just go On. Okay on that. Look Now to See the Way. The next step is up to Us.
Established in a State of Pure Being we can Act. To do otherwise is foolish. Get up and go. Be yourself in a positive way. In this way just go forward The Veil is Thinning and Ultimate Beauty is on the other side.
On the passing of Ray Bradbury
The beauty of science fiction is born not simply of its predictive proclivities, but also of its festival of ideas, some fantastically outlandish, some horrifying, some now “outdated”—but only because many have come true. In expanding our minds with his imagination, Bradbury, who described himself as “a magician” and science fiction as “the art of the possible” (as opposed to the art of the impossible: fantasy) gave us a way to see humanity’s possibilities—both great and despicable. He also gave us the most important thing an author can bestow: really good stories.