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The Laughing Master

cropped-6a527776-54d3-41f1-9650-ca9aa144972a.pngI take my embodied enlightenment deadly seriously.  Meaning, I vowed when I came here that I would do whatever it takes to claim my freedom as a human.  Whatever it takes to embody my SELF in this lifetime.  This lifetime for me is my last, so I am making it count.  It’s my designated lifetime to reunite with my soul in the most intimate way.  There is no other relationship more important to me, than the one with my soul.  Most reading this understand that statement on a deep level.

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Image credit Maria Chambers

I mentioned in my last post that one of my cafe buddies likes crossword puzzles.  I used to do them myself.  Not so much any more for some reason.  The thing about puzzles is, the mind loves them.  It loves solving things.  Complexity and challenges keep the mind engaged in life.

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The Mind: Arrested Development

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Art by Maria Chambers

Disclaimer:  No minds were harmed in any way during the writing of this article.

One of my cafe friends is well into his 70 s.  He is brilliant.  He can talk about a myriad of subjects, and can do the New York Times crossword in under 30 minutes.  Yet, developmentally, on an emotional level, he is still a 14 year old boy.  He still blames his parents for his unhappiness.  He is still angry that the other boys bullied him, and the girls rejected him.

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No More Tolerating, Settling, and Compromising

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Art by Maria Chambers

Remember when we were little our guardians would guilt us into eating our spinach or our carrots by reminding us that there are starving children in the world?  And, if we were complaining about a situation, a well-meaning friend would tell us they have it much worse off.  That we should appreciate what we have.

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