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  • The maps we never learned to see, read or even notice surround us with a legend that is changing.
    numbers, information, symbols, pathways and how we and them are mutable. without notice
    the Emotional distances are touching us so that our connections imporve. Uniting these ties, is partly why we are here, in Definitions,
    In the cause that occurs because we change how we feel .. The Nature of our litttle steps today will make a difference in the space we call now and tomorrow and the past, after that thought is gently held, there will be other paths.. Are other paths.
    Out notes, the sounds in our hearts are personal electrical frequencys that share a common bandwidth, one in which we need to boost, is the vibrations we emotionally ground ourselves to.

    All these connections we have always wanted in our searches are increasing in density. this will assist in handling the wieght of our load. Releasing the pscho bable we learned in the undefended ages is just part of the choices, to be left behind or reconciled..

    We are starting to explore our own custody, our own gathering.. It is a good example , that we express a collective reason and desire to sprout.. it touches a chord, creates a avenue that we intuit, that we feel is nescessary.. its not the only 'little cause', but it is a rightfull claim to express with certainty.. That , there are many many Natural paths we might tread.

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