Lay me down tonight in my linen and pearls

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"The theme of the emancipation of humanity has lost none of its power."
Alain Badiou, The Communist Hypothesis

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"If you could just find the things that you adore, the things that feel the best to you, and just for a little while, give those things your undivided attention… everything that has been murky, everything that has been slow, everything that has clogged up will begin breaking free."
Abraham Hicks

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"Blessing in disguise" — night time — apple cider vinegar and chlorophyll
— leftist publications and podcasts and wikipedia — new music

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Eden was probably Philadelphia in the autumn

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"Be on your guard so that no one deceives you by saying,’Look over here’ or ‘Look over there’. For the Child of Humanity exists within you. Follow it. Those who search for it will find it."
Jesus, The Gospel of Mary

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"There are no happier people on this planet than those who decide that they want something, define what they want, get hold of the feeling of it even before its manifestation and then joyously watch the unfolding as, piece by piece by piece, it begins to unfold. That’s the feeling of your hands in the clay."
Abraham Hicks

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"Time is a box formed by thoughts of the past and future. When there is only the immediate now – when you’re not dwelling in the past or anticipating the future, but you are just right here, right now – you’re outside of time. Dwelling in the moment is dwelling in the soul, which is eternal presence. When we’re outside of time, there’s no subject or object; it’s all just here. The thinking mind deals only with subject and object. But from within here now, you watch time go by. You are not being in time. You be, and time goes by, as if you were standing on a bridge and watching it all go by."
Ram Dass

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"Be regular and orderly in your life, so that you may be violent and original in your work."
Gustave Flaubert

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The Daily Routines of Famous Creative People

I keep to this routine every day without variation. The repetition itself becomes the important thing; it’s a form of mesmerism. I mesmerize myself to reach a deeper state of mind. Haruki Murakami

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"Being at ease with not knowing is crucial for answers to come to you."
Eckhart Tolle

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"Don’t look for the solution. Look for the alignment: it will bring the solution."
Abraham Hicks

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an inner yes to the present moment

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Happy September :) May the first month of autumn bring you thick books, refreshing air, smooth bluegrass, handsome courters, and ambitious plans

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