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Lovely Fringe...

I was just thinking we need Fringe to show up with a picture of an eye.

lol
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Seer lol I had my mind blown again in that dream , but it opened up new directions once again ... I feel lit up again today and have a grin from ear to ear that I have not had in quite some time ... refreshed is the word

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"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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Greetings Fringe :o)

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Lovely Fringe...

I was just thinking we need Fringe to show up with a picture of an eye.

lol
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Seer lol I had my mind blown again in that dream , but it opened up new directions once again ... I feel lit up again today and have a grin from ear to ear that I have not had in quite some time ... refreshed is the word

rainbowz2
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Me too...


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Shit, that was weird. The posts weren't posting. I thought there was a ban word in there or something because it would take me back to the thread after I hit post, but the reply wasn't there.

Now, all of them show up.

hmm
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They are being routed via post 5, Roswell New Mexico.

;)
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ahh

Is that good or bad? uhoh
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Depends on what your feelings on bok choi and baby squids are......


And beyond the relativistic aspect, that is supposed to make no sense other than knowing I'm having calamari and steamed veggies with mein bier!


Salud
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Greetings Fringe :o)

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Hey 141.

hi
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Greetings Fringe :o)

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Guten Abend Beautiful Soul who radiates Love , Life and Light. I honestly do not know how anyone cannot be affected by the true warmth and wisdom from above that you radiate :)

Blessings and Love right back to you 141 eflow
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If it were not for My Life's Lessons I would not be Who I am today. "Thank You"

" I will NOT ... Give up: Give in: or admit defeat: I will overcome all obstacles in my path and reach the mark/goal and gateway out: :)) "
"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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ahh

Is that good or bad? uhoh
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Depends on what your feelings on bok choi and baby squids are......


And beyond the relativistic aspect, that is supposed to make no sense other than knowing I'm having calamari and steamed veggies with mein bier!


Salud
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

That pic is hilarious Sep.

Like this one, it always makes me to laugh...

scream



'Squid' is a trigger word around here.......

Squidwithhat

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Greetings Fringe :o)

rose
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Hey 141.

hi
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Hey Sep.. have already said hi to you, but I don't think you saw it in between all of your tripple posts lol

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Greetings Everyone hf

I had an amazing dream night :) it involved a house that on the outside looked normal but on the inside led to an amazing pool that was enormous and filled with crystal clear water and all manner of people , animals, and beings were there swimming in the water. I of course took a dip and stayed under the water for a very long time not needing to come up for air .. it was as if my body extracted the oxygen it needed from the water by a process I did not understand. So I enquired about it and was told to click on a Chris illustration and it would show me in 3d ... well the dream ended there and I have been searching this morning ;)

takes me back to the subject of water and consciousness and was also reminded about how Jesus received certain things after his baptism in water by John the baptist ...

I have many things to do today so for now this is a drive by LOL

Water is in and touches everything including our DNA coding

Just a few thoughts running thru my head today

Will stop in again later , much Love to you all :)

Iwvort

think the hexagonal structures in water and how it relates ;)
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that /z\ feels beautiful in description rockon
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Shit, that was weird. The posts weren't posting. I thought there was a ban word in there or something because it would take me back to the thread after I hit post, but the reply wasn't there.

Now, all of them show up.

hmm
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They are being routed via post 5, Roswell New Mexico.

;)
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:ahh:

Is that good or bad? uhoh
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Depends on what your feelings on bok choi and baby squids are......


And beyond the relativistic aspect, that is supposed to make no sense other than knowing I'm having calamari and steamed veggies with mein bier!


Salud
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I love bok choi and baby squids. Yummy. Have some for me.
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Greetings Fringe :o)

rose
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Hey 141.

hi
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Hey Sep.. have already said hi to you, but I don't think you saw it in between all of your tripple posts lol

hugs
 Quoting: 141


lol

Yeah, and I have been paying half-ass attention today here. Been busy at work.
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Greetings Fringe :o)

rose
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Guten Abend Beautiful Soul who radiates Love , Life and Light. I honestly do not know how anyone cannot be affected by the true warmth and wisdom from above that you radiate :)

Blessings and Love right back to you 141 eflow
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Hahaha now you made me blush, just share from my simple heart :o)
Thanks for your kind words, my friend

Have asked some in here if they want those drawings I have finally got scanned in for James...
Not that they are anything special, but some ponderings I made while in Canada for inspiration...
So if you or any of you others in here want to see them, sorry don't know how to post them here, then send me an email at laffoe@gmail.com, and I'll mail them...

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Greetings Fringe :o)

rose
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Hey 141.

hi
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Hey Sep.. have already said hi to you, but I don't think you saw it in between all of your tripple posts lol

hugs
 Quoting: 141


lol

Yeah, and I have been paying half-ass attention today here. Been busy at work.
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Hahaha you succeeded in cracking me up with that tripple action, and I needed that lol
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Hey 141.

hi
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Hey Sep.. have already said hi to you, but I don't think you saw it in between all of your tripple posts lol

hugs
 Quoting: 141


lol

Yeah, and I have been paying half-ass attention today here. Been busy at work.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Hahaha you succeeded in cracking me up with that tripple action, and I needed that lol
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thumbs

Flutter is spot on, btw.
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Interesting read:

[link to www.american-buddha.com]
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Hello starfish!
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As the quotation from the Song of Solomon shows, the interpretation of the burning starfish brings out its connection with profane love. Picinellus even says that the starfish is the "hieroglyph of a lover's heart," whose passion not even the entire sea can extinguish, no matter whether his love be divine or profane.
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Hey Sep.. have already said hi to you, but I don't think you saw it in between all of your tripple posts lol

hugs
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lol

Yeah, and I have been paying half-ass attention today here. Been busy at work.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Hahaha you succeeded in cracking me up with that tripple action, and I needed that lol
 Quoting: 141


thumbs

Flutter is spot on, btw.
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thumbs
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Someone with my ex gf's name has 7 videos uploaded on youtube including these weird airline simulators... I am certain there is a lot more behind this. She lived in Seoul..Korea.. "Core Area"



[link to www.omnilogos.com]


yea...there's some things goin on.
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33 seems to be a theme today...

The $300,000 Aston Martin kept in a barn for 33 years
[link to autos.yahoo.com]

The fascination with cars preserved liked old farm implements has only grown in recent years with the rise of old car values at auctions. Here's the latest example: a 1964 Aston Martin DB5, similar to what James Bond drove in "Goldfinger," that had sat in a barn for 33 years. At a Bonhams' auction to be held at Aston Martin's factory in May, the DB5 is expected to fetch about $300,000 — and that will be only the new owner's downpayment.




What It's Like to Hang Out at Disneyland's Super Exclusive, $10,000-a-Year Private Club

Named after its location at 33 Royal Street in Disneyland's New Orleans Square, Club 33 serves a five-course tasting menu of French/New American food and is decorated with antiques chosen by Walt Disney and his wife. It's also the only Disneyland restaurant to serve alcohol.

Club 33, which officially opened in May 1967, was dreamed up by Disney as a venue for entertaining visiting dignitaries, celebrities, and politicians (though he sadly passed away five months before it was complete).

[link to finance.yahoo.com]

Scroll down to last pic.
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Greetings Fringe :o)

rose
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Guten Abend Beautiful Soul who radiates Love , Life and Light. I honestly do not know how anyone cannot be affected by the true warmth and wisdom from above that you radiate :)

Blessings and Love right back to you 141 eflow
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Hahaha now you made me blush, just share from my simple heart :o)
Thanks for your kind words, my friend

Have asked some in here if they want those drawings I have finally got scanned in for James...
Not that they are anything special, but some ponderings I made while in Canada for inspiration...
So if you or any of you others in here want to see them, sorry don't know how to post them here, then send me an email at laffoe@gmail.com, and I'll mail them...

hugs
 Quoting: 141


:) will get you an email off in a bit , have another one I have to get out to a friend I just reconnected with who is fighting cancer and going thru chemo right now. But certainly look forward to viewing your drawings.

LOL rosy cheeks are not such a bad attribute you know
*giggle*
" I have Lost My Religion and found My Spirituality "

If it were not for My Life's Lessons I would not be Who I am today. "Thank You"

" I will NOT ... Give up: Give in: or admit defeat: I will overcome all obstacles in my path and reach the mark/goal and gateway out: :)) "
"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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The question is how does one remember the future?

3 tells us the sum of all variables has been attained in the supposition of the perfect being.

As in creating perfect action, the force (conciousness) cannot be contained by counter and thus escapes duality as all answers are implicit in it's actions.

As to strive towards perfection unto itself stipulates the body which we are nested within has echoed it's action to us and encapsulated us within it's ever expanding (and already expanded self).


What is the shape of the prime radian? None. As it must be without encapsulation but able to create environment for subsequent lesser conciousness which follows.

This supposes 2 things:

1 that all forms are open ended as to 'straighten' bent or curved space which creates the experienced form of time.

2 that by being open ended these forms continually recieve feedback from the prime radian and thus must on some level be aware thus able to exemplify the prime conciousness.

In effect nothing can be outside the realm of awareness.


Again, all function is inherent in form
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


All answers lie within consciousness, consciousness being the force of the universe. It cannot be contained through linearity. Actions define all answers.

These actions echo inside us, us being nested at all scales within the universe, the universe being the sum of all variables...3. This strive for perfection and echoing exist within and without the body, the action of which is expanding our perception of what is already expanded.


As to number 1. For consciousness to make some sort of sense of the forms, it creates sequences of forms/events while living in the flesh.

Nothing can be outside the realm of awareness, we just have yet to experience the actions that show us what we have yet to be aware of.
 Quoting: Septenary Man

 Quoting: Septenary Man


it`s frame of mind
being convinced there is always a better way than the way
is the way you go nuts


always guilty of that which you know must exist to be guilty of
perfectionism issue ?
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33 seems to be a theme today...

The $300,000 Aston Martin kept in a barn for 33 years
[link to autos.yahoo.com]

The fascination with cars preserved liked old farm implements has only grown in recent years with the rise of old car values at auctions. Here's the latest example: a 1964 Aston Martin DB5, similar to what James Bond drove in "Goldfinger," that had sat in a barn for 33 years. At a Bonhams' auction to be held at Aston Martin's factory in May, the DB5 is expected to fetch about $300,000 — and that will be only the new owner's downpayment.




What It's Like to Hang Out at Disneyland's Super Exclusive, $10,000-a-Year Private Club

Named after its location at 33 Royal Street in Disneyland's New Orleans Square, Club 33 serves a five-course tasting menu of French/New American food and is decorated with antiques chosen by Walt Disney and his wife. It's also the only Disneyland restaurant to serve alcohol.

Club 33, which officially opened in May 1967, was dreamed up by Disney as a venue for entertaining visiting dignitaries, celebrities, and politicians (though he sadly passed away five months before it was complete).

[link to finance.yahoo.com]

Scroll down to last pic.
 Quoting: Seer777


there are 33 total vertebrae in the spine for a reason Seer ;) As above so below
" I have Lost My Religion and found My Spirituality "

If it were not for My Life's Lessons I would not be Who I am today. "Thank You"

" I will NOT ... Give up: Give in: or admit defeat: I will overcome all obstacles in my path and reach the mark/goal and gateway out: :)) "
"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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Greetings Fringe :o)

rose
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Guten Abend Beautiful Soul who radiates Love , Life and Light. I honestly do not know how anyone cannot be affected by the true warmth and wisdom from above that you radiate :)

Blessings and Love right back to you 141 eflow
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Hahaha now you made me blush, just share from my simple heart :o)
Thanks for your kind words, my friend

Have asked some in here if they want those drawings I have finally got scanned in for James...
Not that they are anything special, but some ponderings I made while in Canada for inspiration...
So if you or any of you others in here want to see them, sorry don't know how to post them here, then send me an email at laffoe@gmail.com, and I'll mail them...

hugs
 Quoting: 141


:) will get you an email off in a bit , have another one I have to get out to a friend I just reconnected with who is fighting cancer and going thru chemo right now. But certainly look forward to viewing your drawings.

LOL rosy cheeks are not such a bad attribute you know
*giggle*
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Hahaha nope... And you don't have to to write me a whole essay even it is always nice to get a letter, just a hi will do, I'll send you the drawings anyhow

:o)
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33 seems to be a theme today...

The $300,000 Aston Martin kept in a barn for 33 years
[link to autos.yahoo.com]

The fascination with cars preserved liked old farm implements has only grown in recent years with the rise of old car values at auctions. Here's the latest example: a 1964 Aston Martin DB5, similar to what James Bond drove in "Goldfinger," that had sat in a barn for 33 years. At a Bonhams' auction to be held at Aston Martin's factory in May, the DB5 is expected to fetch about $300,000 — and that will be only the new owner's downpayment.




What It's Like to Hang Out at Disneyland's Super Exclusive, $10,000-a-Year Private Club

Named after its location at 33 Royal Street in Disneyland's New Orleans Square, Club 33 serves a five-course tasting menu of French/New American food and is decorated with antiques chosen by Walt Disney and his wife. It's also the only Disneyland restaurant to serve alcohol.

Club 33, which officially opened in May 1967, was dreamed up by Disney as a venue for entertaining visiting dignitaries, celebrities, and politicians (though he sadly passed away five months before it was complete).

[link to finance.yahoo.com]

Scroll down to last pic.
 Quoting: Seer777


there are 33 total vertebrae in the spine for a reason Seer ;) As above so below
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Yes.

I am aware of its significance. That is why I decided to share as Yahoo seems to be 'on fire' as far as synch goes.

I however, did not know that about the spine.


DualityMirror
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Guten Abend Beautiful Soul who radiates Love , Life and Light. I honestly do not know how anyone cannot be affected by the true warmth and wisdom from above that you radiate :)

Blessings and Love right back to you 141 eflow
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Hahaha now you made me blush, just share from my simple heart :o)
Thanks for your kind words, my friend

Have asked some in here if they want those drawings I have finally got scanned in for James...
Not that they are anything special, but some ponderings I made while in Canada for inspiration...
So if you or any of you others in here want to see them, sorry don't know how to post them here, then send me an email at laffoe@gmail.com, and I'll mail them...

hugs
 Quoting: 141


:) will get you an email off in a bit , have another one I have to get out to a friend I just reconnected with who is fighting cancer and going thru chemo right now. But certainly look forward to viewing your drawings.

LOL rosy cheeks are not such a bad attribute you know
*giggle*
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Hahaha nope... And you don't have to to write me a whole essay even it is always nice to get a letter, just a hi will do, I'll send you the drawings anyhow

:o)
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There is a free program that I use to edit my photos for upload on here its called photoscape. You can resize them to 640 x 480 as long as they are under 200kb. then you can load them into your smilies on here to share. Is actually pretty easy once you learn how to. Hope this helps in some way and I understand about the just Hi lol was what I was going to do and put my name in the subject line lol hf
" I have Lost My Religion and found My Spirituality "

If it were not for My Life's Lessons I would not be Who I am today. "Thank You"

" I will NOT ... Give up: Give in: or admit defeat: I will overcome all obstacles in my path and reach the mark/goal and gateway out: :)) "
"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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The question is how does one remember the future?

3 tells us the sum of all variables has been attained in the supposition of the perfect being.

As in creating perfect action, the force (conciousness) cannot be contained by counter and thus escapes duality as all answers are implicit in it's actions.

As to strive towards perfection unto itself stipulates the body which we are nested within has echoed it's action to us and encapsulated us within it's ever expanding (and already expanded self).


What is the shape of the prime radian? None. As it must be without encapsulation but able to create environment for subsequent lesser conciousness which follows.

This supposes 2 things:

1 that all forms are open ended as to 'straighten' bent or curved space which creates the experienced form of time.

2 that by being open ended these forms continually recieve feedback from the prime radian and thus must on some level be aware thus able to exemplify the prime conciousness.

In effect nothing can be outside the realm of awareness.


Again, all function is inherent in form
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


All answers lie within consciousness, consciousness being the force of the universe. It cannot be contained through linearity. Actions define all answers.

These actions echo inside us, us being nested at all scales within the universe, the universe being the sum of all variables...3. This strive for perfection and echoing exist within and without the body, the action of which is expanding our perception of what is already expanded.


As to number 1. For consciousness to make some sort of sense of the forms, it creates sequences of forms/events while living in the flesh.

Nothing can be outside the realm of awareness, we just have yet to experience the actions that show us what we have yet to be aware of.
 Quoting: Septenary Man

 Quoting: Septenary Man


it`s frame of mind
being convinced there is always a better way than the way
is
the way you go nuts


always guilty of that which you know must exist to be guilty of
perfectionism issue ?
 Quoting: aether


That seems linked to a type of ego trait. Not sure why, but it 'feels' that way.

No, I know what it is. It is a form of attachment. I am linking it with Buddha and ego because of the attachment idea. That's interesting. It is an attachment to a thought form, one that is global in nature and pervasive, I imagine, through most cultures, even stretching back through history.

"The grass isn't always greener on the other side," as the saying goes.
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it`s frame of mind
being convinced there is always a better way than the way
is
the way you go nuts


always guilty of that which you know must exist to be guilty of
perfectionism issue ?
 Quoting: aether


That seems linked to a type of ego trait. Not sure why, but it 'feels' that way.

No, I know what it is. It is a form of attachment. I am linking it with Buddha and ego because of the attachment idea. That's interesting. It is an attachment to a thought form, one that is global in nature and pervasive, I imagine, through most cultures, even stretching back through history.


"The grass isn't always greener on the other side," as the saying goes.
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Hahaha now you made me blush, just share from my simple heart :o)
Thanks for your kind words, my friend

Have asked some in here if they want those drawings I have finally got scanned in for James...
Not that they are anything special, but some ponderings I made while in Canada for inspiration...
So if you or any of you others in here want to see them, sorry don't know how to post them here, then send me an email at laffoe@gmail.com, and I'll mail them...

hugs
 Quoting: 141


:) will get you an email off in a bit , have another one I have to get out to a friend I just reconnected with who is fighting cancer and going thru chemo right now. But certainly look forward to viewing your drawings.

LOL rosy cheeks are not such a bad attribute you know
*giggle*
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Hahaha nope... And you don't have to to write me a whole essay even it is always nice to get a letter, just a hi will do, I'll send you the drawings anyhow

:o)
 Quoting: 141


There is a free program that I use to edit my photos for upload on here its called photoscape. You can resize them to 640 x 480 as long as they are under 200kb. then you can load them into your smilies on here to share. Is actually pretty easy once you learn how to. Hope this helps in some way and I understand about the just Hi lol was what I was going to do and put my name in the subject line lol hf
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Ah will look into that program...
Scanned them at the library and that scanner made them into PDF files and no program will open them...
But will remember that for another time... Photoscape

Have made some smileys though ;o)

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it`s frame of mind
being convinced there is always a better way than the way
is
the way you go nuts


always guilty of that which you know must exist to be guilty of
perfectionism issue ?
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That seems linked to a type of ego trait. Not sure why, but it 'feels' that way.

No, I know what it is. It is a form of attachment. I am linking it with Buddha and ego because of the attachment idea. That's interesting. It is an attachment to a thought form, one that is global in nature and pervasive, I imagine, through most cultures, even stretching back through history.


"The grass isn't always greener on the other side," as the saying goes.
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