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Closed eyes still look forward

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12/10/2012 09:07 AM
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Closed eyes still look forward
A short, but meaningful message:

We were all a sheeple once, nobody was born with the knowledge that we, as a whole of free thinkers and intelligent people, have.

Treat them with kindness, treat everyone with kindness.

Because even though their eyes are closed, we are all ultimately striving for the same exact thing:

True freedom, and true love for everything and everyone on this earth and in this universe.

May God bless and protect us in the times to come soon.

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12/10/2012 09:21 AM

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Re: Closed eyes still look forward
b u m p

We are all in this together, no matter how much we know or don't know...

One life, many forms

Lots of love to you, thanks for sharing this
just be love in truth...

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12/10/2012 09:38 AM
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Re: Closed eyes still look forward
catchy and coool

I echo your sentiments, take care all, for yourself and each other

the irony is, we wouldn't be in this mess if everyone had this feeling and acted always within it

pain is not the only teacher; but it is the one we do not ignore

scottish, british, european but first of all Human. Even this is not true. I am Spirit appearing to be solid, just like all life everywhere
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12/10/2012 10:39 AM
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Re: Closed eyes still look forward
I think there is more love here than not, and it's just that the nastiness sticks out like a sore thumb.

I worked as a finish line volunteer at the Dallas Marathon/Half Marathon yesterday. The love among 22,000 runners and I don't know how many thousands of race officials, volunteers, and spectators was fantastic. I don't think there was a bit of nasty in the whole bunch.

Australians took first and second place in the Half, a Russian took first in the Marathon, and places 2-5 in the Marathon were taken by Kenyans. We cheered and shouted for everybody, not caring that no American took the top spots in our own country. (I am of course assuming that most workers and onlookers were Americans.) The only "complaint" I heard a few times was a slight sadness that the Kenyons didn't take first place this year seeing as they probably need the money in the jackpot more than the Russian guy. The Kenyons always take that money back home to share with their families. Maybe the Russian guy will do the same.