When we treat those who serve us

As a part of our self that serves us, then we begin to stitch the fabric of ourselves together. The body that serves the mind the spirit, the soul that serves them all. When we look around at ourselves at all the roles that are played, and see our self ourself our self serving our self. Then how kind Lee will I words in our hands be upon those who take care of us? And how kindly will our heartbeat and our mind hum as we take care of all those little bit and pieces of ourselves on our way to manifesting oure next self adventure and offer in celebration that this world is a physical world and a physical world is a world of maintenance. And if we choose to see it from a deeper level it is not maintenance at all but rather that once we have manifested something in our lives the great work of calling it for from the ether’s is complete and yet each day or morning or night when we touch or see it or think of them again we call forth with all the power of our appreciation those things those people those places those possibilities and now that it is physical depreciation we call for this is no longer just mental what is expressed with our kind hands or words to let that manifestation know that regardless of the forces of oxidation and radiation which are always pulling the solid back apart into the raw material for our imaginations. That we call them for a manifest them each day with so much little effort than before.
We can call this maintenance and feel like we are losing time. Or we can call this the power of compound interest and be in wonder at how instantly we manifest these lives we once only dreamed of everyday.

About noah crowe

I was born without a name. Later my family named me Noah Crowe. Crowe is my father's last name. I am an artist. Rather, I am a human being, seeking to know what I am. I am writing this blog to document my quest to know who I am in this world for my unborn son (and/or daughter). My father never passed on his journey to me, and I believe that it is story and ritual that informs our world; the worlds we live in, internally and externally. This is my way of giving myself, and my potential son, a window into this process of finding spiritual meaning and service in a culture that I find to lack the foundation of integration between the spiritual, the communal, and the societal.
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