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Wake Up This is Your Life Calling!
Thank you Shari, for being who you are and sharing your inspiration!
Loving the lusciousness, splash of a bath;
lying awake in a bed or a cot,
loving the singing, the chorus, the noise
when grown ups try stopping but no, they are not
listening or clocking his shout and his meaning
to sing out in gusto, splash without malice, enjoy
all his loudness of manna and life force, bread
basket living by singing with passion instead.
Loving tonality, simply momentous,
he warbles his words and intensity liftsPosted Iulie 17th, 2011 by Oneness Blogger
Reverend Michele Sevacko is also a Humanity's Team volunteer. Here Michele sings about Oneness~
Many, many humans never realize that they are more than their minds. They are on automatic. They are born, the emotional programs within are installed, and they never question their beliefs or their reactions to these programs. They believe it is their behavior. It is just who they are.Posted Iulie 15th, 2011 by Oneness Blogger
New rain descends like kingdom come
onto my old head:
carving out senselessness, a hollow, into my brain, a concave heart
pulling no-thing-in to hammer there – that void
rising up softly, forgiving everyone – including my old self, most of all
making sure I find the next step; new dark, alive, with morning.
The phrase "axial age" has been used to describe the relatively brief period of time -- roughly 700 years -- when the great religions of the world arose: Hinduism and Buddhism in India; Confucianism and Taoism in China; and monotheism in the Middle East. The period from roughly 900 BC to 200 BC is referred to as an "axial age" because it set the orientation or direction for spirituality for more than two thousand years into the future.Posted Iulie 10th, 2011 by Oneness Blogger
by Glen Wells
Picture me naked
But bare to the soul
I look a lot like you
Look into my eyes
not mirrors to the soul
But stars that dream
I see what you see
Paint my picture
not with a brush
But with echo's memory
I recall you everytime
See the light
not from the sun
But the inner kind
I watch you glow
Vision clearly shownPosted Iunie 30th, 2011 by Oneness Blogger
Sooner rather than later, your plans will be disrupted.
Something will break down, someone will forget, or the
weather will turn nasty.
Life rarely proceeds exactly as planned. Even so, you can
find a way to proceed, and to succeed, in fulfilling your
Don't make the disruptions worse by complaining,
second-guessing, or feeling sorry for yourself. Quickly
accept that whatever has happened, has happened, and do what
you must do to deal with it.
There is a common misconception that living more simply requires a life of sacrifice. In fact, it is just the opposite: When we live more lightly on the material side of life, we create the conditions for greater satisfaction and meaning on the non-material side of life. Lifestyles emphasizing consumerism are the ones that require sacrifice:
• Sacrifice is a lifestyle that is overstressed, overbusy, and overworked.Posted Iunie 14th, 2011 by Oneness Blogger
by Joseph LieunghPosted Iunie 12th, 2011 by Oneness Blogger