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Quote of the Day – January 2, 2013

“A poet is a blind optimist.
The world is against him for
many reasons. But the
poet persists. He believes
that he is on the right track,
no matter what any of his
fellow men say. In his
eternal search for truth, the
poet is alone.
He tries to be timeless in a
society built on time.”
― Jack Kerouac

 

In the physical, can we truly move beyond time? We acknowledge the ever Now and the ever here yet scramble to locate ourselves, for each moment perceived also becomes unique. No one is the same age as me and no one has seen this road before. With empathy and compassion we can feel another’s road but to feel it is not to tread it but to understand it.
I enjoy this ever changing snowflake now for the paradox it is. Being in my head may be painful at times but would not trade it for the more i work the manual for mine, the more insight i have into others in the here now with me. We all journey together on the same journey yet our destinations have already been met. I love talking in paradoxes. Paradoxes may be the only language that exists to describe reality mechanics..
Blessings, G

 

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There to Catch Should I Fall

There to Catch Me Should I Fall by G A Rosenberg

 

Infinite Amazement

Infinite Amazement by G A Rosenberg

 

Quote of the Day – November 21 2011

“The world is not imperfect or slowly evolving along a path to perfection. No, it is perfect at every moment, every sin already carries grace in it.

–Herman Hesse

 

Some people see the world as a balancing act. They warn each other and themselves about karma and how it will catch up to them. I see it, at least today, at this moment as being a zero-sum equation, everywhere every when existing outside of time in perfect balance, not so much crime and punishment as all the dualities on all the scales on an even keel. Always has been, always will be and indeed has been and will  be have lost their meanings as well. Every sin has been redeemed, every sorrow matched with joy, good deeds and bad deeds and even their perspectives have come to be seen part of an eternity. By that, I am not stating the oneness that so many people into (sorry I can’t call it the New Age movement because for something who’s adherents talk about oneness there sure are a diversity of beliefs in there), at the most fundamental levels I believe it exists, we are all part of this multiversal eternity yet individual parts, imperfect in our moments, yet perfect in the parts that we occupy / are playing. That’s the way things tend to look to me at this here/now anyway.  Namaste –GAR

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Outpouring by G A Rosenberg

 

Observations- From a Conversation with R.H. last night

if its meant to happen it will happen
this world is the fast track, don’t put it down
you’re here because either you can help, it can help you or both
it was the fit
enjoy the fun partsand plow through the rest
For this stage of evolution, us starseeds are here to help
but also because it is the best place for our development
it is a win win situation even if in our 3D selves we don’t always see it
or even in 5D
here’s one way you know for sure you were meant to be here…
its a sure proof method
If you exist here then you were supposed to
there are no accidents.
There is free will but no accidents
Beyond the constructs of time and space, everything already exists
A perfect jewel of manifestation.
We can make whatever changes we wish
Existence will still be complete and perfect
but with some of the lines slightly altered
metaphorically speaking
time and space are constructs
so don’t fret, be the perfect being you already are
and manifest that person in love and light
that being i should say…
i mean to me the puzzlement, knowing this, is that there are people who choose to be unhappy or miserable for long periods no matter their circumstances
i mean its a choice and i guess from some perspective, it might be interesting to check out how 3 consecutive lifetimes of depression might work (in infinite possibilities)
but from my limited perspective, unhappiness gets tired pretty fast

Quote of the Day – September 21 2010

“To keep in silence I resigned
My friends would think I was a nut
Turning water into wine
Open doors would soon be shut
So I went from day to day
Tho’ my life was in a rut
“Till I thought of what I’d say
Which connection I should cut
I was feeling part of the scenery
I walked right out of the machinery
My heart going boom boom boom
“Hey” he said “Grab your things I’ve come to take you home.”

——Peter Gabriel, Solsbury Hill

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We’ve Come to Take You Home by G A Rosenberg