2nd question of the day

If (if) we subscribe to the theory that the world is supposed to be our “mirror”—that our internal state is reflected in the world around us & that we might even be “co-creators” of our own reality—then what can we do within our lives that might reflect back enough positive energy to help change for the better (if only in a small way) the current political/leadership situation in the United States?

Question of the day

If (if) we subscribe to the theory that the world is supposed to be our “mirror”—that our internal state is reflected in the world around us & that we might even be “co-creators” of our own reality—then what is the current political/leadership situation in the United States trying to tell us?

In The Shadow Of The Tower

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And so right now, via some twist-of-fate/last-minute decision on my part, I’m in a hotel room directly looking out onto One World Trade Center. Like my window=the tower.

Somebody gave my husband a free hotel room for several nights for some convention. And so at the last minute I decided to go.

I never kept up with One World Trade Center, to the point where I had to just now Google its actual name. I never visited the 9/11 memorial. I haven’t been around this area for at least 10 years.

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I woke up this morning around 6:30, finding out that Chris Cornell just died. I was so morbidly depressed I literally could not get out of bed. I was just flipping through the news on my phone and staring into the ceiling.

And then a few hours later at 9, I find out that Roger Ailes just died too. And I was suddenly like:

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