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vertical line Posted on Oct.30.2013 @ 10:50AM EDT by football

In Everything, everytime

You Don't Have To Understand Everything


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Reply from Woodsman
Oct.30.2013
11:07AM EDT 
vertical line Sitting is a must at undoing logic.

And reaching out for miles without end to be heard is magic.

Choiceless awareness uses each moment as awakening from dualistic thinking.
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Reply from sit_teh
Oct.30.2013
05:10PM EDT 
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Reply from leoj99
Oct.30.2013
11:10PM EDT 
vertical line It should be black...lol
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