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You mean that you have published? You never cease to amaze me!! LOL
I'll bet I have!!! LOL!
That should go down in a book!! I bet you've published too!! LOL
Seriously, WOW!!! :)
For example, say to yourself, "I am happy, healthy, healed and whole." and KNOW that in the 5th dimension it is now true! Only then can that healing take place in the 3rd dimension. Stay away from thoughts such as "I have no stamina. I am tired." In saying that you create more "no stamina, tired." Even if it is not true on this level, say to your self (watch your words, thus your thoughts) " I am energetic. I have plenty of stamina. (Believe me. . . you do!!! LOL!) I love life. I love living. Life is joyful. I am loved." and put a rose in a vase at your house, and know! Red roses will give you deep healing. Yellow roses will give you energy, (especially the ones with orange tips ~ I call those "Tigger" roses because they make you feel bouncy and energetic like Tigger from Winnie the Pooh!) Pink roses will help you feel that you loved!!! :)
"A Wise Bird" would know this!!! ; ))) LOL!
I have already told you I will do that! :)Your wishes are unrequited ONLY in the 3rd dimension. If you imagine something, it is real in the realm of thought, 5th dimension simply because you have imagined it. Whatever you are envisioning, IS. IT IS REAL, (of course, the world will tell you it isn't.) You just have to be aware of the subtleties of that dimension and know expect that it is so. Act as though it is so. Feel it in your mind, body and soul. Your imagination is your most powerful creative tool. Have gratitude that it is as you wish it to be. Frequently say "Thank you" to the Universe that you are given ALL things that you ask for. You will be given what you need if you will put your attention on the subtle energy world. Do not require that it be present in the material world, though it may show up if you stay constant in your thought. I always say, "Thank you, Father (or whoever your Higher power is), for. . ." and know that my prayer has been answered. I know, even if I cannot see it, it is there. I know, and therefore it is so. "I believe in things invisible." Believe me. . . it is so! Stop being "Unrequited!"
You know, John, if you liked Out of Africa, you will like Chocolat. I would put them in the same genre. So go get some chocolate!!! :)I'll bet we were thinking the same thing about the themes in the song about the Little Prince at the end! Maybe you will tell me what you were thinking. ?
Je suis très bien, merci,Liza!!
Tres bien merci! :) et vous?
Tres interessant!!!! LOL!!! :)
There are themes in the song that I have my thoughts about but they are, probably, different to yours!!BTW there was snow on the mountains (inc Snowdon) this morning. It looked nice against a blue sky!!
What did you think of the last song? Tell me what you thought!
I have watched them, and I'm still going to watch the whole film sometime. Of course I will watch it with you!
Think 5th dimensionally!
No, haven't read the book. You don't want to watch it now? Have you finished P.9 and P.10? of The Little Prince?
I like your vision of us watching it? To dream.............................. Sigh!!
Ah, well, that's why I didn't watch as I thought that's the type of film that it was. I suppose that you've read the book?
Huh. I have never thought of Chocolat as a chick flic. Never. Chick flics to me are anything with Jennifer Lopez or something like Sex in the City, just silly with no depth. But I can see where you might think that. It is romantic.It was such a cool alternative to something like Tartuffe or Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme for teaching, because it takes place in France, it has French language, it is current, and beautiful. I always brought the kids chocolate truffles when we watched it. They ALL loved it! Juliette Binoche is an awesome actress and the story is very touching. We will watch it together! Notice the color of the rooftops of the town at the beginning of the movie, and notice the color of the rooftops at the end! Get some chocolate truffles (or nice Belgian chocolates), a blanket to snuggle in, and we'll watch it together! You will love it!!! :)
I've not seen Chocolat as I thought it is more of a chick flick. I'm sure that I would enjoy it with you! :-))I don't think that I need to worry about you as your faeries will look after you for me!
I couldn't figure out what nationality the creator of the version you showed me was. I looked it up. She is English. She also did the music for "Chocolat" which is another film I used in teaching.Have you seen it? It is a beautiful film about "living" and LIVING! :) I am sitting in front of the fire now, staying warm and snug with my puppy! I will be donning my Fair Isle and faery boots so I can go out to the Faery Garden to rake ALL of those leaves! Ne vous inquietez pas!!!! ~Too cold today for any snakes to be nipping at my heels!!!Have a beautiful day, John!!!!
I "hear" you! :)I found that version of The Little Prince very visual, very entertaining and very interesting in what the director (whoever created it) found important to present. They left out the geographer who is very important to the story because that is when the Little Prince learns for the first time that his flower is ephemeral and can die. She is not a mountain that remains over time, which adds an urgency to his journey and is the reason for his need to get back to her.I felt as though I had been to the theatre to see a show. (so that was fun!!! :) ~ thank you!!!) I found it interesting that the pilot and the Little Prince looked very similar to the characters in the l974 version that I used to teach. The rose, well, she was better in this version, but a better rose would be the princess in "The Never Ending Story". Young, innocent, fragile. I find it interesting that "they" don't pick up on that.The music. . . well, I can honestly say that I have never heard so much music that had no "melody" that you could take with you. But in realizing that, I also realized that I could play the song that I love so at the end of the l974 version, on my harp, and I played it last night which gave me so much joy!!! :) So thank you for that experience!!! :)
"hear" in the metaphorical/metaphysical sense!! ;-))
You can never be sure what someone like, hence.....................?LOL
You can "hear" my smile! :) Your clairaudience is improving!!!! :)
:) I am happy that you are happy! You too, are easily pleased! That's good too! :)Why did you say, "I think you would enjoy it, but ............... ?
I can "hear" your smile in your words! That's nice. You know what that does for me. :-)) You are easily pleased! That's good too! ;-))
What a perfect gift for this cold, rainy day! I started watching it ~ how creative! Thank you!!! Thank you!!! Thank you!!!Have fun with your rugby and your puzzle!!!Watch the other when you have time. . . you will like them : ) You will like the actors AND the sound of the Little Prince's laughter!!! ; )Thank you for something wonderful to do today!!! :)
Don't know if you've seen this? I think that you would enjoy it, but..........................http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdpgIeu7DXI
I'm going to be watching some rugby this afternoon (on TV) and I want to try to finish the large version of textures. I will check them out
If you Google: The Little Prince (P. 2) Youtube that is the beginning of the film where the pilot first meets the Little Prince.Google: The Little Prince (P. 9) Youtube. This clip is where the Little Prince meets the fox and learns all that he does. It is a musical so there is a rather silly song and dance but it works and you'll survive it!!!! : ) LOL!!!! It also has the roses in the garden and basically the major lessons of the book.And lastly Google: The Little Prince (P. 10) Youtube. It is the end and the MOST BEAUTIFUL song that the pilot sings to the Little Prince. I have done several paintings of different parts of this book!~watercolors just like Antoine Saint-Exupery. : )If it is raining in Wales today, this would be a happy thing to do. If it is sunny, go outside and play and say hello to your birds! : ), and then watch it in the evening. : )
I am really happy that you liked it!Today is a really strange day. It is very cold, rainy, windy. . . a fire tonight for sure! Expecting snow flurries today and tomorrow. It looks like fall with all of the colored leaves. I got all of my herbs in to dry yesterday because I knew this was coming. There is a BBC version of The Little Prince that has some very beautiful parts (not long~like 8 minutes each) to it, that you might enjoy since you liked the book. The whole film is a little too much even for me (though I have seen it at least 20 times! LOL!!) But they show the relationships of the book really well and the actors are good. It would be fun to watch with a cup of tea! I want you to see them if you want to see them.
My mother used to read The Little Prince to us when I was 3. I remember it very well. It is the 1 childhood book that I remember. I read it again in high school in my French class. And then I taught it and taught it and taught it! I have 3 copies of it: English, French, Korean (one of my students brought it back from Korea for mewhen he saw it there. :) )
It was something that was in me, without my being aware of it. Something that I would even have denied. Something that I needed to look at, but didn't want to. Twin flames do that for each other. It doesn't feel good but I'm a quick study. . . LOL! I don't like to hurt longer than I have to!!! : ) It doesn't matter if you don't know what it is, though I feel that you do. It matters that it came to my awareness and that you helped me work through it. That is what matters. : ) Thank you!I slept like a baby last night! : )
I'm still not sure of what has been on your mind but it sounds as if you have resolved it. I had tears in my eyes as I finished "The Prince"!! At what age did you first read it cos I feel that a child would miss many of the subtleties of it! Hope that you had lovely dreams! :-))
If you have "a feeling" then you know! : ) Just something I had to go through, John. Thank you for helping me. : ) All is well. : )You ARE a "wise bird"!!!!! LOL!!!! :)))))))))))))
That was the problem: it was on/in my "mind", as you said. I should have been in my heart. Then I would have known."It is only with the heart that one can see rightly". : ) That was the fox's secret! : )
: ) You are a pretty "wise bird"! : )
I have a feeling that I know what is on your mind but I'm probably imagining my own thoughts.Toujours garder le sourire! :-))
Thank you for telling me that. :) Thank you for hearing me. :)It is something I should already know, having asked you to read The Little Prince. It's one thing to "know" it intellectually, and quite another to be able to process it in your understanding and in your heart. The fox would say to me, "Go see the roses!" You'll get it when you get to that part. :)Ayez une belle journee, mon ami! :)
I wish that you could explain. Perhaps now is not the time. You do fascinate and enchant me!!
Nothing I need to ask. Something that I am experiencing that I don't normally associate with me. Something I need to accept. I will be still. . . it will heal. Healing goes both ways: me to you, you to me.
From me? I'm sure you can ask on this old jig.
. . . just something I need to learn. That's all. Thank you for reading the book that I love. :)
I'm not sure what made you sad?
That's a great combination, Jacky! :-))
I am not only a wise owl, I am very good looking too!
:) I am glad that you realize that!!!
Yes, I can "create"! ;-PP
after all. . . All thoughts create!!!! ;) LOL!!!!! :)
"A Wise Bird" would watch his thoughts!!!!! LOL!!!!!!
I'd better be careful what I think then!! ;-))
I know. :)
PS I've lost your comments re the meal, but you did enjoy it and the log fire was burning in the snug! :-))
Diolch yn fawr, Liza! ;-))
Oui, merci! J'ai tres bien dormi! Et vous, aussi? Meme avec des invites, vous avez bien dormi?
You have said that before, Liza! I might start believing you soon! J'espère que vous avez bien dormi. :-))
:) Constant as the northern star! :)
You are sooooooooo funny! I'm a one woman guy. Never been a wanderer!
I am laughing at you and with you!!! If I put LOL! it means just that. If I were upset with you I would put :( . I'm just having fun with you. :) I was in the woods yesterday and that song came to mind and I thought it was perfect for you! LOLOLOLOL!!!! I'm still laughing! :) It is perfect isn't it!!!LOL!!!!
You sound upset with me, Liza. I hope that's not the case and that you are laughing at/with me!! LOL
And you are also laughing when I don't quite get your jokes, aren't you!?! Like Italians and "faux pas"! I'm starting to see a pattern here! LOL!!!!
Let me rephrase that. . .I've never had so much fun getting stood up. . . which had better never happen again! (Not kidding!) LOL!!!!!! :)
Oh yeah! . . . I get you!"I was headin down the road, trying to loosen my load.I've got 7 women on my mind;4 that want to hold me, 2 that want to scold me, 1 says she's a friend of mine!"You are such a Sailor, Parrotman22!!! (I knew you were a Master from the start!) LOL!!!!!(I have never had so much fun getting "stood up"!!!!!
Now you get me!! LOLOL
You have been laughing the whole time. . . haven't you! ;-)
At last you realised!! LOL. ;-)) As you say, a beautiful bird!
But okay. . .I do love this bird!!! :)
It just dawned on me. . . I will never surprise you because I am doing your older pictures!!! and you know that! : /
Thanks for that, Heidi. They are fabulous. Mind you, I love all owls!!
Barn Owls are my favorite of the owls. So beautiful and intelligent, but with a touch of comedy about them.
Some birds can be dumb, Marguretta, but not the owl!! As you say, look at what is in those eyes!! Thanks for commenting and a Happy New year!!
Beautiful Owl to wise and grand looking to be dumb as a brick. The eyes hold so much truth and knowledge.
I hope that's not directed at Moi, Pat? LOL
A wise looking bird. Could be dumb as a brick. Like some people I know!