The Sweet Success of Rage – By Sara Jane


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The definition of Rage according to “The Readers Digest Illustrated Dictionary:
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“1.a. Extreme, vehement anger; fury b. a fit of anger – 2. Furious intensity, as of a storm or disease – 3. Burning desire or passion – 4. Informal A fade, a craze, very fashionable”.

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Where Does Anger Come From? [channeled] – by Marisa Ferrera


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Many of you are angry with the world. Angry with your spouse or partner, your children; your boss, even yourself. What is the source of your anger? You may think it is because of something that is happening outside of yourself and we are here to tell you that all anger, just like every other emotion you feel, comes from within you.

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Kid Tested Mother Approved – by Annette Rochelle Aben


Hats. I grew up wearing hats. Not just for protection from the elements but for making a fashion statement. There are even photos of me (somewhere) wearing whatever was handy as a hat if one could not be found. Diapers, shoes and pillows were all fair game. Keep in mind that I was only a child with a wild imagination.

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Sweet Egyptian Initiation – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


The Bulgarian master Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov used to tell a story about the old Egyptians and their initiations.
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The deep knowledge of the Egyptians made people like Plato and Pythagoras spend many years of their life there to learn their secrets. They where initiated and had to prove their will, their courage, their endurance, justice, wisdom, purity etc. through different tests or initiations.

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Do All Great Mystics Have A Fire In The Belly? – by Moon Laramie


Mysticism can be defined as self-transcendence and the practice of magical rites to bring about preternatural states of mind. Originally derived from the Greek word meaning ‘to conceal’, mysticism has more recently come to mean union with the Divine Source or the Infinite. Mystics experience intense moments of oneness with the cosmos leading to intuitive insight and revelation.

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She Is The Storm – by Marie Elena


She knew she had to keep it moving and there was always something brewing. She embraced it. Many people and animals were afraid of her, rightfully so. She did not want to harm anyone, it was something beyond her control like an untamed mind. She had been known to devastate towns, break up homes and catastrophize families yet she knew it was part of the cycle of life. After she left the area she saw it receive the sun’s warm embrace. While she was sleeping or in contemplation humans animals and spirits could rest.

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All Around My Hat – by Rhea Dopmeijer


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All around my hat I will wear the green willow
And all around my hat for a twelve-month and a day
And if anyone should ask me the reason why I’m wearing it
It’s all for my true love who’s far, far away.

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Many Hats – by David J Little


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How do we see ourselves to others? Are we a Mom, a Dad, a man, a woman, a child or a sibling? Do we have a role in the workplace that defines who we are? These are Universal questions that we all ask ourselves at some point in our lives. My question to you is “Does that really matter?

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