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  • If anyone ever tried to comprehend how you, or I got here,( Our life ) there would be NO WAY it could be done. From the initial spark, to the billionth second ago before the last letter of this word was going to be interpreted. The avenues of instructions, we have missed would fill a book a thousand miles thick.
    Probably more. And that is for each and everyone of us.
    So why the HERD?
    The force to conform?
    The rules of the rulers add infinitum and the slaves who expect to be slaves?

    You don't see Nature doing that.. They do something different yet at a level we miss, since we don't see, don't hear,don't feel, taste smell or Know... Sure we have senses, yet in the confines of the stifled human limits, appearance and control while missing the knowledge and the balance.

    we are just chicken feed and even that is something we fight over..
    scratch scratch scratch...
    puts us back to what my dreaming made me do just now.. Stop and go write this down,, Here.
    to ask..
    the question that is a thousand miles thick...
    but only one trick.
    I only get to ask myself and then can't say
    and you?
    well, the same.
    Once. but continuosly.. Call it a million things until you have it or choose the right one.
    each time.
    it could be the same thing
    Mom thought so..

    Hop
    TREES by Phil Coates Devonshire Eng.. Painter, Gardener, teacher.. Friend
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