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allets commented on: ERROR OF HIS WAYS by georgeschaefer 20 hours 50 min ago
i Think This Means: The roll 'em papers will be a little dog earred. (tee hee hee).
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Spinoza commented on: @ [*/+/^] Astrography: A Brief Preface by Starward 21 hours 28 min ago
When I think of the morning: When I think of the morning star, I often think of Lucifer and Venus. The illumination of Christ by contrast, seems to be a different light.   The darkness in man resulted – and continues to result, from his fallen state and the estrangement with his Father – the Almighty, The One who Causes to Become. And so, we can become nothing good, without godly direction and Holy Spirit and loyalty to our Heavenly Father.   But God took the greatest of measures to repair this rift. It was a holy gift of undeserved mercy and true love – that God sent his only begotten son, to buy us back from death and sin – that bleak bondage, which Adam had sold all of us into.   Hence – Jesus would become the second Adam, and the second perfect man, to ever walk the earth.   Only where Adam had failed, betraying God – throwing all of mankind into a state of death and sickness and sin… The second Adam – The Christ, would remain loyal to the point of death… giving us a pathway back to God… and the possibility of a future life, without death and sickness and sin.   Such was the purchasing power of his precious blood.   A gift that was made available to anyone – willing to accept that blood ransom… and turn away from that dead life – of being his own rule maker.
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georgeschaefer commented on: GINSBERG NEVER HIT ON ME by georgeschaefer 23 hours 33 sec ago
cool, I always thought Peter: cool, I always thought Peter Orlovsky was cuter anyway.
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lyrycsyntyme commented on: GINSBERG NEVER HIT ON ME by georgeschaefer 23 hours 10 min ago
Mostly, yes. Hence my: Mostly, yes. Hence my humorous (well, at least to me) remarks. But, in caution of the 'grain of truth' rule..   balanced with a bit of serious, just in case. It's hard to tell tones, sometimes, on screen ; )
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georgeschaefer commented on: GINSBERG NEVER HIT ON ME by georgeschaefer 23 hours 21 min ago
hopefully, you do realize: hopefully, you do realize that this was written tongue in cheek.  I was just having fun with the situation.
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lyrycsyntyme commented on: A Full Moon Message by LittleLennonGurl 1 day 2 hours ago
A very uplifting poem that,: A very uplifting poem that, itself, taps into one of our greatest sources of encouragement: the beautiful energies within nature around, and universe above, us.
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lyrycsyntyme commented on: Against The Virus by allets 1 day 2 hours ago
A poem loaded with weight: I can feel myself being placed as both the leaner and the leaned upon object within these words:   Perpetually, we lean against poles and walls, push against the wind, often it is for going up against.
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lyrycsyntyme commented on: Hypochondria by allets 1 day 2 hours ago
I hope you are not experiencing Hypochondria: I'd like to contribute:   *Symptoms greatly vary   ie. The wonderful story of a 116 year old nun (reportedly the world's oldest known living person) who got SARS-coV-2 and didn't even know it, and kept trying to go help other patients (though the hospital, of course, wasn't able to allow that). A comprehensive study (on the CDC's website, but strangely buried) found that more than half of people who get this coronavirus have little to no symptoms at all. Hence my offering of asterisked remark.   May my sharing of this information, at the least, diminish any possible risk of you getting hypochondriatic effects.
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lyrycsyntyme commented on: Day 3 Post Jab by allets 1 day 2 hours ago
Best to you, Stella. : Best to you, Stella.   One certain consequence of most vaccines is that they contain an aluminium-based substance which has been found and substantiated to cause localized muscle and nerve damage. Often, that is a central origin of the "muscle stiffness and joint pain" you speak of. Myself, being very cautious about vaccines in general, but especially of ones that have been pushed through so fast, won't parttake, but am certainly wishing it is helpful, or at least not harmful for everyone who takes it, such as yourself. I appreciate your poetic way of sharing your personal experience going through it. It's a good contribution to understanding, and amidst disagreements over vaccination, a help in humanizing the choices we each have to make.
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allets commented on: Breaking Bread with Rabbits by Spinoza 1 day 3 hours ago
Nice: Work! slc
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lyrycsyntyme commented on: Living on in the Village of Collateral Damage by lyrycsyntyme 1 day 3 hours ago
It takes a village....: I am afraid your wisdom has never been more precise than right here in these remarks. A 40 year (and counting) Stanford study found that, asking the same questions that measure empathy among college-aged students, there had been a major decline since the beginning of the study, and that this decline went into a dramatic crescendo just after 2000, when social media platforms became widespread in use (ie. dawn of Facebook). So, the 21st century was borne into trouble, built on top of the trouble that was already flourishing within prior in limits in humanity for empathy.
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bishu commented on: Wee Little b by bishu 1 day 3 hours ago
Thank you Mr Dalton: Thank you Mr Dalton for your precious time for reading and commenting .. 
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lyrycsyntyme commented on: Living on in the Village of Collateral Damage by lyrycsyntyme 1 day 3 hours ago
Your thoughts offer me a lot: I greatly appreciate your kind remarks, but also your detailing of how you connected with "Living with..". The lens through which you could particularly relate really maximises the metaphoric elements. I find that pretty fascinating, and also encouraging in that it might serve in a small way to help interconnect the different ways in which many of us live in these 'villages of collateral damage'. I also really appreciate your comment in how it furthes my own understanding of your experiences and perspective within your own work, so thank you for all of that.
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allets commented on: VOYEURISM by georgeschaefer 1 day 4 hours ago
Oh: please don't. I'll have to burn my literary voyeur card! ;D .
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allets commented on: Living on in the Village of Collateral Damage by lyrycsyntyme 1 day 4 hours ago
The Unaffected: Consider outcomes that are cataclysmic; an acceptable loss so long as they continue to live and thrive ( a Multi/star General's perspective). It takes a village or takes one out. Well said. The 21st Century is not going to be about compassion either. ~S~. 
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