I haven’t been on here because I haven’t had the desire to do so. But now after reading this book I have things to say. Questions that I left in the metaphorical safe I have created in my mind. How many lessons do we need to learn to transcend this existence? How many things do we hear that effect us so profoundly without giving it any thought? Is it possible that the collective unconscious and the spirits one and the same? Why don’t I have dreams that come true any longer? What lesson am I learning? If someone’s life is halted(murder ect) does that halt their growth? Also what debts do you have to pay for murder? How will the world end when it does? What happens to our souls if we no longer have a physical form to be? If we can’t reincarnate do souls still learn? The physical state is as important to learning as the different dimensions. So how will those lessons be taught. Eventually we will all be equal. I wonder who is whom in this lifetime. And how can I learn what I need to? We are all immortal so death is not of importance, I hope if there is one thing I can bring with me it is that. I want my diamond to shine its rainbow of colors onto everyone that wants my help. I have never been more sure that I was put on this earth to help. That my life although not the most difficult has been hard enough to teach me and help me teach others. I am truly excited to see aunt Diane when she returns to have suck discussions and to eventually myself be regressed to another lifetime.
Anonymous asked: You look like a girl
don’t worry about being confused honey. It’s just because you have never seen a man make a dress and heels look this good
cute things to call your girlfriend:
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