The salvation of humanity lies in the religious instinct in all of us; it is the forcible repression of this instinct, either by the individual or by society, which is the enemy of peace. Universal salvation rests on progression and probation.
Since "Good" is just one of our name's for God, as proven by the expletive "Good God !", "As above, so below" displays "the proper order of things", where "the nature of mortality reflects the nature of the cosmos"....
Poetic Licence: Hvae Cnoetnt, and be Ctonnet
(Get Yourself in Order to Have Content, and Be Content).
Donald Chalmers, 2003, and "a piper too".
Bcesuae I Tihnk
By Msylef or wtih Orehts,
Wtih my Hraet and Qsoiteun,
I konw I am Uqineluy Caeretd
And Btoh Mlae and Fmaele Iisnde.
Trehe are Mnay Lnaauges, Cruools, Ppoorrtonis and Pveerpstcies.
Olny smoe Nmubres can be Roetod Ecaxlty -
The rset of "Us" are
''Due to unforeseen circumstances, the plane grounded to a halt before takeoff but we are back and ready to fly. We sincerely apologize for the delay.''
It has been an interesting few months, to say the least. Interesting upon reflection but certainly not interesting at the time of the incidence. My heart broke when it happened. I was disappointed that a person that I had come to admire and trust would hurt my feelings. Whoever penned the saying ''life is short'' had definitely
Updated Sep 12, 2012 at 01:34 AM by anwulika
Ground Zero - 11th September 2011, 10 Years on....
Donald Chalmers, "a piper too":
There's a lot more to living than (just) praying. At least in the land of the living, "praying" is the very least we can do. Make no mistake: Prayer, like fore-thought, is worth-less than the nothing-ness of "zero", un-less that action is grounded, or rooted in Love. And it is at this very "ground zero" that "we" - all of "us" - individually and collectively - must "know" and "remember"
Updated Oct 28, 2013 at 09:18 AM by a piper too
A colleague sent me this and I though to share with you all.
Letter from a college student
The other day, a friend of mine visited me in the lobby of my dorm just to chat while her laundry was drying. As we were chatting, two young freshmen came by. One of the 2 boys wanted to 'talk' to my friend (as in date). She asked him how old they were, and both of the boys replied 18. My friend and I both laughed hysterically because we are both 22 years old..