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I wonder what dream versions of me live inside you….

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Time of the Season
by The Zombies

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The motion with God is the motion with Good. These words are inseparable as are value judgments. I read that God is the best word we have in the English language for God. Redeem God from power, from history, redeem Christianity from America, and find the emptiness of love, the antinomian path that is without friction and without choice, instead, the choices are all made by the Good, which is followed with prayer until the alignment. This is the monad. It is the center of the heart, both sides combined, the feminine empathic of the left heart and the stern masculine of the right which prohibits and equalizes rather than changing. The samurai had the Zen of balance, which produces fearlessness and calm. This leads to the opening of the heart as well.



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The motion with God is the motion with Good. These words are inseparable as are value judgments. I read that God is the best word we have in the English language for God. Redeem God from power, from history, redeem Christianity from America, and find the emptiness of love, the antinomian path that is without friction and without choice, instead, the choices are all made by the Good, which is followed with prayer until the alignment. This is the monad. It is the center of the heart, both sides combined, the feminine empathic of the left heart and the stern masculine of the right which prohibits and equalizes rather than changing. The samurai had the Zen of balance, which produces fearlessness and calm. This leads to the opening of the heart as well.

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“To live fully is to live with an awareness of the rumble of terror that underlies everything.”
—  Ernest Becker, The Denial of Death (via royalrex)

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my day left me feeling unhappy and drained… trying to restore homeostasis…

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  • In bed, eating delicious cookies, drinking tea with a beautiful girl

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From the Department of Awesome Interiors comes the breathtakingly elaborate and colourful Peacock Room, located inside the abandoned Sammezzano Castle in Tuscany. The now derelict castle was built in 1605.

Photos via Romany WG and Martino Zegwaard

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Ingest tryptamine alkaloids here.

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“There’s power in looking silly and not caring that you do”
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even when you can’t help it?

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“We live in condensations of our imagination.”
—  ~Terence McKenna
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“Its important to be comfortable with uncertainty.”
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and uncomfortable at the same time

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“In the empty scope of myriad self-dissolving thoughts and visions,
whatever moves, relax and let it alone, just as it falls,
and contemplation of reality arises within the movement.”
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Old Man Basking In The Sun

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Polydamas of Skotoussa





(Greek: Πολυδάμας (gen.: -ντος) ὁ Σκοτουσσαῖος), son of Nicias, was a Thessalian pankratiast, victor in the 93rd Olympiad (408 BC).
His size was said to be immense and the most marvellous stories are related of his strength (for example tales about how he killed without any weapons a huge lion on Mount Olympus, or how he stopped a chariot at full gallop). His reputation led Darius II of Persia, to invite him to his court, where he performed similar feats.
In the end, however, Polydamas’ strength could not prevent his demise. One summer, Polydamas and his friends were relaxing in a cave when the roof began to crumble down upon them. Believing his immense strength could prevent the cave-in, Polydamas held his hands up to the roof, trying to support it as the rocks crashed down around him. His friends fled the cave and reached safety, but the pankratiast died there.

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(Greek: Πολυδάμας (gen.: -ντος) ὁ Σκοτουσσαῖος), son of Nicias, was a Thessalian pankratiast, victor in the 93rd Olympiad (408 BC).

His size was said to be immense and the most marvellous stories are related of his strength (for example tales about how he killed without any weapons a huge lion on Mount Olympus, or how he stopped a chariot at full gallop). His reputation led Darius II of Persia, to invite him to his court, where he performed similar feats.

In the end, however, Polydamas’ strength could not prevent his demise. One summer, Polydamas and his friends were relaxing in a cave when the roof began to crumble down upon them. Believing his immense strength could prevent the cave-in, Polydamas held his hands up to the roof, trying to support it as the rocks crashed down around him. His friends fled the cave and reached safety, but the pankratiast died there.

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