SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2020

Contributing to the Chaos while Living – Life – Large In 1914 American poet Robert Frost, who was much admired for his depictions of rural life in New England, wrote the poem, Mending Wall. The gist of the poem is about the barriers people put up between themselves and others. The line in the poem, "good fences make good neighbors" means that people will get along better if they establish boundaries. Over the years that followed, this line, “good fences make good neighbors,” grew away from establishing personal boundaries to the actual construction of fences. Perhaps even as far as if you want to be good neighbors help each other build the fence to keep what is yours in. When the eastern sta

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The world “they” want you to live in does not allow ample room for breath. “They” prefer you to be in a constant state of panic, manipulated with fear, shame and guilt. “They” panic that as you follow a quest for truth, you will discover that the profound significance and purpose of existence is that gaining the simplicity of eternal joy is the ultimate bliss. - dbA

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Free living is a calm and constant journey where joy is found without the need to pickup anything along the way. - dbA

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