purposeful messiness

Purposeful Messiness by teZa Lord   So many folks are freaking out! I see it in the news and on social media. I hear it in my friends’ texts (we don’t do much socializing, right!). I’ll try my best, in as few words as possible, to present my perspective about why All this strife and…

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Teaching yoga and meditation to teenage girls in high security lockup during a bulls-eye hurricane hit, and how that experience is parallel to staying in our inner core, where our inner calm resides.

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As a teen I began the earnest quest of adventuring, inwardly and outwardly. Doing yoga poses (initially for a bad back) naturally led to exploring spiritual issues (the true purpose of their invention by ancient sages). Gradually, I found answers to my seeking-quest in Native American ways, and mystical traditions from other cultures.

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After having lived abroad for a long period of time, I am now, as I wasn’t before leaving my country, grateful and proud to be an American. Our democratic process is by far the best. If you don’t think so, go try living somewhere where it’s not the way of governance. Spend some time behind bars (as I sadly had to) because you’ve been mistakenly pointed out as an enemy of the State. Just for breathing in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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The Golden Rule says it all in such simple words: Do unto others as you’d like them to do unto you. Throughout the hours of the day I also serve my family, my immediate circle, and the future of my culture–by practicing Compassion.

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Sometimes the Universe presents us with what we think we can’t handle but — it happens anyway. (Note: dear Readers, I have made the switch to a Mac and am sprawled out on the learning curve. Please forgive lack of images as I haven’t figured how to do that yet. Thanks for your support, Lordflea)…

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“Things are not what they appear to be” could be a good subtitle of what the blog Lord Flea attempts to do here, by sharing events, experiences, insights and proof of how very little we really know about what this life we have is all about.

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As we think … so we are. How we think and believe is inextricably linked with how we talk and act, and therefore, directly corresponds to our present situation and how things affect us both now and in the future, including dis-ease and disasters of all sorts, as well as the joys and pleasures of…

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