On the summit of mount thar with Sebastian and Kat.
It has the beauty.
The grid is aglow with a resonance cascade. Non-locality is a constant.
You must take a stand against ego.
Joy is the richness of science, and of us. Nothing is impossible. By evolving, we exist.
Inspiration requires exploration. Consciousness consists of sub-atomic particles of quantum energy. “Quantum” means an unveiling of the astral. Today, science tells us that the essence of nature is balance.
Where there is stagnation, freedom cannot thrive. We can no longer afford to live with yearning. Yes, it is possible to confront the things that can sabotage us, but not without ecstasy on our side.
It is a sign of things to come.
Imagine a blossoming of what could be. We must learn how to lead unified lives in the face of suffering. The future will be a higher redefining of being.
Entity, look within and beckon yourself. How should you navigate this unified dreamscape? Although you may not realize it, you are authentic.
Upon arriving in Kamloops today I lay under a tree for a moment of shade.
As I gazed up at the perilous fruit above me I couldn’t help but recognize how cool I was under threat of impalement.
Sara and I moved out of the Super 8 for a while. We packed some bags and made for the islands.
Early Friday we were on a shuttle with Sam, Rosie, Jeff, Kristina, and Pete. The sea captain, Scott, took us, our gear, and a collection of kayaks from Tahsis to Rosa island on the west side of Nootka island.
We found a good looking bit of beach front to occupy and moved right in.
We settled in nicely. The new kitchen is looking good.
The bedrooms are nicely situated.
And the living room has lots of space for activities.
The backyard is particularly stunning.
The garden strawberries are coming along nicely.
Lots of exploring to be done.
And sea creatures to find.
But I particularly like the purple flowers.
I recall playing a wonderful yard game as a small child: lawn darts. They got banned for sale in the US and Canada when I was still wee, so unless you bought them before the ban, they are not easy to get. Ebay will pull an auction for them. Second hand shops destroy and dumpster them. The only shot is a flea market, yard sale, or connection with someone who has an old set in the garage.
I have been searching for some time.
I recently got a hot tip from Colleen and managed to buy enough “replacement parts” from a UK company, shipped in separate parcels, and then assembled illicitly on Canadian soil to produce this:
Who’s up for a match?
I finally got back photos for the three rolls of film I brought back from Hunncity a few weeks ago.
What bizarre anachronistic hardware this is.
Most of the film was damaged, it turns out, and the photos were mostly garbage as a result. There were a few prize winners though.
I like this one a bit.
But this one is solid gold.
Looking sharp bro.