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im naked right now wanna make out?
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Why us everyone so damn horneeeeee?
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and you are not? maybe you should have that checked out
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Not in the least bit;-)
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then there is something wrong with you
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Makes you wonder what is drawing their energy out to create the cold.

Oddly enough, clonazepam is what drove my friend into the institution.
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That is an interesting way of putting it. I never thought about it that way.

Having suffered through over a week of being freezing some weeks back, it makes me wonder.


I pray your friend finds both relief and the proper help he or she needs.

Tortured souls...it seems.

:IntotheRain:
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Cold is mentioned in myths and paranormal journals as the medium of spirit. Energetic locales as well as elevated metabolism could also cause this.
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Do not worry friends. When you are naked your bodies will be beautiful. You are only dressed up like you are in order to experience the hell on earth. Tomorrow is a fun and LOVE day. 'HE' is in charge of the media and it will be wonderful. No fear, no terrorism, no murders. A day to show what the future holds.
love
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hf
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I still hold that.
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Makes you wonder what is drawing their energy out to create the cold.

Oddly enough, clonazepam is what drove my friend into the institution.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes... Benzodiazepines are among the most dependence liable of all drugs. Only ethyl alcohol is more so. Unlike the opiates, withdrawing from benzodiazepines can be fatal.

When Diazepam ('Valium') was invented it was prescribed to anyone that asked and even more that didn't... primarily housewives, as it turned out to be, would end up on a combination of diazepam and an amphetamine stimulant. One ad for Valium called it "Mother's Little Helper".

I do not like the physical feeling that clonazepam or other benzodiazepines give me; furthermore, I am prone to paradoxical symptoms.

Really they are awful drugs. They are far inferior to opiates, and even cannabis, in the treatment of anxiety disorders, especially Social Anxiety.

A well-guarded secret is that opiates have been known for 200 (perhaps since the dawn of history even...) years to be highly effective anti-psychotic agents.

Opiates are far superior in that regard to benzodiazepines, and light-years ahead of the standard lame excuses for anti-anxiety medication that is usually prescribed.
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The exact same idea that brought Laudanum and its pantheon of tinctures to the fore.
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Do not worry friends. When you are naked your bodies will be beautiful. You are only dressed up like you are in order to experience the hell on earth. Tomorrow is a fun and LOVE day. 'HE' is in charge of the media and it will be wonderful. No fear, no terrorism, no murders. A day to show what the future holds.
love
Stephen
X
hf
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hope you are right

but my gut says negative...

tomorrow will not be a good day in the news...
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The exact same idea that brought Laudanum and its pantheon of tinctures to the fore.
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Yes well... opiates+alcohol equals death for plenty of people. stoned

I have an enzyme abnormality that changes the way my liver processes Codeine... specifically I am short on the demethylating enzyme CYP 2D6.

The conversion of codeine to morphine occurs in the liver and is catalysed by the cytochrome P450 enzyme CYP2D6. CYP3A4 produces norcodeine and UGT2B7 conjugates codeine, norcodeine, and morphine to the corresponding 3- and 6- glucuronides.

Approximately 610% of the Caucasians, 2% of Asians, and 1% of Arabs are "poor metabolizers"; they have little CYP2D6, and codeine is less effective for analgesia in these patients (Rossi, 2004).

Srinivasan, Wielbo and Tebbett speculate that codeine-6-glucuronide is responsible for a large percentage of the analgesia of codeine, and, thus, these patients should experience some analgesia.

Many of the adverse effects will still be experienced in poor metabolizers. Conversely, 0.5-2% of the population are "extensive metabolizers"; multiple copies of the gene for 2D6 produce high levels of CYP2D6 and will metabolize drugs through that pathway more quickly than others.

 Quoting: Codeine, wikipedia ( [link to en.wikipedia.org] )


I have combined alcohol with Codeine, several times... either a horrendous sick-fest; or significant potentiation.

... hmm

I should stop talking about opiates... I don't want to be craving, after all. brick
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The exact same idea that brought Laudanum and its pantheon of tinctures to the fore.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes well... opiates+alcohol equals death for plenty of people. stoned

I have an enzyme abnormality that changes the way my liver processes Codeine... specifically I am short on the demethylating enzyme CYP 2D6.

The conversion of codeine to morphine occurs in the liver and is catalysed by the cytochrome P450 enzyme CYP2D6. CYP3A4 produces norcodeine and UGT2B7 conjugates codeine, norcodeine, and morphine to the corresponding 3- and 6- glucuronides.

Approximately 610% of the Caucasians, 2% of Asians, and 1% of Arabs are "poor metabolizers"; they have little CYP2D6, and codeine is less effective for analgesia in these patients (Rossi, 2004).

Srinivasan, Wielbo and Tebbett speculate that codeine-6-glucuronide is responsible for a large percentage of the analgesia of codeine, and, thus, these patients should experience some analgesia.

Many of the adverse effects will still be experienced in poor metabolizers. Conversely, 0.5-2% of the population are "extensive metabolizers"; multiple copies of the gene for 2D6 produce high levels of CYP2D6 and will metabolize drugs through that pathway more quickly than others.

 Quoting: Codeine, wikipedia ( [link to en.wikipedia.org] )


I have combined alcohol with Codeine, several times... either a horrendous sick-fest; or significant potentiation.

... hmm

I should stop talking about opiates... I don't want to be craving, after all. brick
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Completely understandable.
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so..... the word La Croix just hit me in the face again...

I was on another page a friend of mine is going into surgery tomorrow and hes all worried... feb 14th 2013 V DAY

a friend of his said contact me in the astral plane to have me stop working on your web site if something goes wrong

jokingly comment

but her last name was LaCroix a red head too ;)



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He's Going To Gaze You So Hard
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Wow...I'm thinking this guy might just have a trace of nephilim DNA.


J.J. Watt takes a picture with Yao Ming, and Watt looks like a middle schooler next to him


And if you want proof that Yao is not in proportion with a normal human being, he made the NFL's defensive player of the year look like he was a little kid.

Next to Yao, in a cool picture of two Houston sports icons, just look at how small a 6-5, 295-pound man looks.

Yao, who is listed at 7-6, 310 pounds on his NBA.com profile page.


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Do not worry friends. When you are naked your bodies will be beautiful. You are only dressed up like you are in order to experience the hell on earth. Tomorrow is a fun and LOVE day. 'HE' is in charge of the media and it will be wonderful. No fear, no terrorism, no murders. A day to show what the future holds.
love
Stephen
X
hf
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hope you are right

but my gut says negative...

tomorrow will not be a good day in the news...
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Well, if this is gogo then we better listen;-)
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Do not worry friends. When you are naked your bodies will be beautiful. You are only dressed up like you are in order to experience the hell on earth. Tomorrow is a fun and LOVE day. 'HE' is in charge of the media and it will be wonderful. No fear, no terrorism, no murders. A day to show what the future holds.
love
Stephen
X
hf
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hope you are right

but my gut says negative...

tomorrow will not be a good day in the news...
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Well, if this is gogo then we better listen;-)
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Is it yellowstone?
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Wow...I'm thinking this guy might just have a trace of nephilim DNA.


J.J. Watt takes a picture with Yao Ming, and Watt looks like a middle schooler next to him


And if you want proof that Yao is not in proportion with a normal human being, he made the NFL's defensive player of the year look like he was a little kid.

Next to Yao, in a cool picture of two Houston sports icons, just look at how small a 6-5, 295-pound man looks.

Yao, who is listed at 7-6, 310 pounds on his NBA.com profile page.


[link to l.yimg.com] <--- Image
 Quoting: Seer777


my guess...you are closer to dogs.
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Wha?

Not sure how you got that...


Ever seen a cat bark like a dog?


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"Wow...I'm thinking this guy might just have a trace of nephilim DNA."

your quote..
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Yes I am aware of what I wrote. What does that have to do with dogs?
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saint john the baptist Jesus
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for anyone to baptize Jesus they have to be up there in the ranks..
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Wow.

Thank you for the link. I considered the Mona Lisa when I was viewing it. I did not know it was painted by Da Vinci.

Seems, the hermaphrodite type countenance is a source of mystery.

Baptism is also referenced, which Jad brought up yesterday...



The pointing gesture of St. John toward the heavens suggests the importance of salvation through baptism that John the Baptist represents.

Many people are critical of this work, finding it a disturbing representation of a character normally portrayed as gaunt and fiery, living in a desert and surviving on a diet of locusts and honey. In Leonardo's painting St. John seems almost to be a hermaphrodite. He has a womanish arm bent across his breast, his finger raised towards heaven, and that same enigmatic smile so admired on the face of Mona Lisa, a smile which can be seen in other Leonardo paintings like that of St. Anne


hmm
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The androgyne represents potential and transition.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Hey Seer hf

That's an interesting picture, it looks like the head is the wrong angle to be on that body. This is an obvious or deliberate mistake, Leonardo would not do that especially at the end of his career. And glaringly the head is too small for the body but the hands are oversized (which is good as also Michangelo used this technique aswell as the hands never look right if drawn to scale).

And the light source, its stronger and closer in the light on the face and higher up.

Leonardo would attend at paint during autopsies he had an intimate understanding of the human body, both inside and out.

As it was his last painting it could have possibly been finished by someone else, or he was deliberately trying to say something.

Someone of his artistic caliber just didn't make mistakes like that.


love,song
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in the west eastern orthodox maintains vortical geometry within it`s strucrures

Eastern Orthodox church architecture
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The Eastern Orthodox faithful believe that John was the last of the Old Testament prophets, thus serving as a bridge between that period of revelation and the New Covenant. They also teach that, following his death, John descended into Hades and there once more preached that Jesus the Messiah was coming, so he was the Forerunner of Christ in death as he had been in life

is their official doctorine

According to Sacred Tradition, John the Baptist appears at the time of death to those who have not heard the Gospel of Christ, and preaches the Good News to them, that all may have the opportunity to be saved. Orthodox churches will often have an icon of St. John the Baptist in a place of honor on the iconostasis, and he is frequently mentioned during the Divine Services. Every Tuesday throughout the year is dedicated to his memory.

their secret is john taught jesus to be what he become

john transmitted information to jesus thus providing evidence that all can become like he
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Russian cosmism was a philosophical and cultural movement that emerged in Russia in the early 20th century. It entailed a broad theory of natural philosophy combining elements of religion and ethics with a history and philosophy of the origin, evolution and future existence of the cosmos and humankind. It combined elements from both Eastern and Western philosophic traditions as well as from the Russian Orthodox Church.
 Quoting: observation

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this exists for 2 reasons, communism (no god) and the orthodox church (jesus was a man taught by john)

The Orthodox Church, officially called the Orthodox Catholic Church and commonly referred to as the Eastern Orthodox Church, is the dominant Christian denomination in Greece, Romania, Moldova, Cyprus, Georgia and the Slavic countries of Russia, Belarus, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Ukraine. It considers itself to be the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church established by Jesus Christ and his Apostles almost 2,000 years ago. Orthodoxy is the second largest Christian communion in the world, with an estimated 300 million adherents.
 Quoting: observation


In discussing God's relationship to His creation, Orthodoxy used the concept of a distinction between God's eternal essence which is totally transcendent and His uncreated energies which is how He reaches us. The God who is transcendent and the God who touches us are one and the same (i.e. These energies are not something that proceed from God or that God produces, but rather they are God himself: distinct, yet inseparable from, God's inner being)
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The Eastern Orthodox faithful believe that John was the last of the Old Testament prophets, thus serving as a bridge between that period of revelation and the New Covenant. They also teach that, following his death, John descended into Hades and there once more preached that Jesus the Messiah was coming, so he was the Forerunner of Christ in death as he had been in life. According to Sacred Tradition, John the Baptist appears at the time of death to those who have not heard the Gospel of Christ, and preaches the Good News to them, that all may have the opportunity to be saved. Orthodox churches will often have an icon of St. John the Baptist in a place of honor on the iconostasis, and he is frequently mentioned during the Divine Services. Every Tuesday throughout the year is dedicated to his memory.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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"Wow...I'm thinking this guy might just have a trace of nephilim DNA."

your quote..
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Yes I am aware of what I wrote. What does that have to do with dogs?
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slow uptake...happens to the "special ones"
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Nah huh.

We speak of the nephilim often in this thread.

The AC's dog response means little to me. Nor will I care past this point.


Personally, I prefer cats. As dogs are a bit too needy.

I still enjoy dogs though.

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saint john the baptist Jesus
[link to www.leonardodavinci.net]

for anyone to baptize Jesus they have to be up there in the ranks..
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Wow.

Thank you for the link. I considered the Mona Lisa when I was viewing it. I did not know it was painted by Da Vinci.

Seems, the hermaphrodite type countenance is a source of mystery.

Baptism is also referenced, which Jad brought up yesterday...



The pointing gesture of St. John toward the heavens suggests the importance of salvation through baptism that John the Baptist represents.

Many people are critical of this work, finding it a disturbing representation of a character normally portrayed as gaunt and fiery, living in a desert and surviving on a diet of locusts and honey. In Leonardo's painting St. John seems almost to be a hermaphrodite. He has a womanish arm bent across his breast, his finger raised towards heaven, and that same enigmatic smile so admired on the face of Mona Lisa, a smile which can be seen in other Leonardo paintings like that of St. Anne


hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


The androgyne represents potential and transition.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Hey Seer hf

That's an interesting picture, it looks like the head is the wrong angle to be on that body. This is an obvious or deliberate mistake, Leonardo would not do that especially at the end of his career. And glaringly the head is too small for the body but the hands are oversized (which is good as also Michangelo used this technique aswell as the hands never look right if drawn to scale).

And the light source, its stronger and closer in the light on the face and higher up.

Leonardo would attend at paint during autopsies he had an intimate understanding of the human body, both inside and out.

As it was his last painting it could have possibly been finished by someone else, or he was deliberately trying to say something.

Someone of his artistic caliber just didn't make mistakes like that.


love,song
 Quoting: songwaves 14592863



[link to www.leonardodavinci.net]
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What I see when I look at the image is a soft knowing.


There is a softness to the figure which to me portrays a gentle nature. Gentleness more often represented in the female sex.

The figure also appears to have reddish hair, which goes into all sorts of things.

John is also pointing up and pointing directly to the heart chakra indicating the 'Heaven is within' or the Kingdom of God is within you.

He hold the crossed sticks.

He also appears to be clothed in a fur shawl of sorts and the way he is holding himself displays modesty although nearly naked.

There is a gentle imploring in the eyes and the figure glows amidst the dark background.

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"Wow...I'm thinking this guy might just have a trace of nephilim DNA."

your quote..
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Yes I am aware of what I wrote. What does that have to do with dogs?
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slow uptake...happens to the "special ones"
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Nah huh.

We speak of the nephilim often in this thread.

The AC's dog response means little to me. Nor will I care past this point.


Personally, I prefer cats. As dogs are a bit too needy.

I still enjoy dogs though.

HowlingWolf
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Personally I give the slightest margin to dogs. ;P
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Personally, I prefer cats. As dogs are a bit too needy.

I still enjoy dogs though.

HowlingWolf
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Personally I give the slightest margin to dogs. ;P
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tounge

I love dogs. And grew up with both. Many pets.

However, my lifestyle does not permit for a dog. Although, my dream some day is to have a white German Shepard or something close. I like Jack Russles too...
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My cat, to whom was my familiar, died in November of 2011. I had him with me for 12 wonderful years.
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I am currently not able to get another pet due my situation.

Some day hopefully.

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He's not nephilim he's just a big Guy look at all the basketball players
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He's not nephilim he's just a big Guy look at all the basketball players
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A big guy? That is an understatement. The 'little dude' in the pic is 6'5".

I am 5'4".

They are both giants to me. Not to mention, it was a bit in jest referring to his height and the repeated topic of nephilim coming up.



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I prefer the following personally:



[link to www.youtube.com]

Note the slight lyrical change... since a man is the singer, after all. Evans Blue....

...
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Hey aether, are you interested in watching Tom Browns new message?
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I prefer the following personally:



[link to www.youtube.com]

Note the slight lyrical change... since a man is the singer, after all. Evans Blue....

...
 Quoting: Axo Azeratel


My brother's name is Evan. He has been remarking to me often for the last year why I hardly talk to him anymore.

We use to spend at least two night together every week for years, up until last year when I moved here. He had his first child just months after I moved.

Our conversations were something I looked forward to every time he arrived.

I am who I am in large part due to him.


I miss him more than words...could ever convey.
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My brother's name is Evan. He has been remarking to me often for the last year why I hardly talk to him anymore.

We use to spend at least two night together every week for years, up until last year when I moved here. He had his first child just months after I moved.

Our conversations were something I looked forward to every time he arrived.

I am who I am in large part due to him.

I miss him more than words...could ever convey.
[link to i846.photobucket.com]

TunnelofLight
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...

I used to think this song was about drug addiction... but apparently it was inspired by a dream the singer had of a mother grieving a lost child.

I think "The Crow and the Butterfly" is among Shinedown's very best.



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I prefer the following personally:



[link to www.youtube.com]

Note the slight lyrical change... since a man is the singer, after all. Evans Blue....

...
 Quoting: Axo Azeratel


My brother's name is Evan. He has been remarking to me often for the last year why I hardly talk to him anymore.

We use to spend at least two night together every week for years, up until last year when I moved here. He had his first child just months after I moved.

Our conversations were something I looked forward to every time he arrived.

I am who I am in large part due to him.


I miss him more than words...could ever convey.
[link to i846.photobucket.com]



[link to www.youtube.com]

:TunnelofLight:
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Are you picking up on me playing Landslide on the piano or something?

It's been a night of nostalgia.
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My brother's name is Evan. He has been remarking to me often for the last year why I hardly talk to him anymore.

We use to spend at least two night together every week for years, up until last year when I moved here. He had his first child just months after I moved.

Our conversations were something I looked forward to every time he arrived.

I am who I am in large part due to him.

I miss him more than words...could ever convey.
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:TunnelofLight:
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...

I used to think this song was about drug addiction... but apparently it was inspired by a dream the singer had of a mother grieving a lost child.

I think "The Crow and the Butterfly" is among Shinedown's very best.



[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Axo Azeratel


You are right. All of our relationships are drug addictions.

We associate people with the chemical signature they vibrate within us.

Never jonesed for an ex even though it was the most illogical yen in the universe.

Losing a child would be a terrifyingly slow burn.

Smells alone make one travel.
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My brother's name is Evan. He has been remarking to me often for the last year why I hardly talk to him anymore.

We use to spend at least two night together every week for years, up until last year when I moved here. He had his first child just months after I moved.

Our conversations were something I looked forward to every time he arrived.

I am who I am in large part due to him.


I miss him more than words...could ever convey.
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 Quoting: Seer777


Are you picking up on me playing Landslide on the piano or something?

It's been a night of nostalgia.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


:)


Yes...it has.

Tears of nostalgia, different than all others...


They are of remembered connection.

Or that, which makes life beautiful.

ReMeMbering.

:)


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Last Edited by Seer777 on 02/13/2013 09:55 PM
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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