@ballbusta "Look, I forgive you, I'm in a good place in my life right now and I'm not as angry as I used to be. It would have been nice to hear this sooner, but I don't want you to feel worse than you already do. I was mad when I saw this, my boyfriend told me to see it from your point of view. So I do forgive you, I hope things are good for you."

Yeah I’m doing good, thanks for taking the time.

I can rest a little easier now…enjoy every day as a gift, and be safe KT

Thank you.

  • 4 days ago

@nomoreneedtofakeit "Human beings are funny. They long to be with the person they love but refuse to admit openly. Some are afraid to show even the slightest sign of affection because of fear. Fear that their feelings may not be recognized, or even worst, returned. But one thing about human beings puzzles me the most is their conscious effort to be connected with the object of their affection even if it kills them slowly within"

This shit is wise, even now.

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Flowers of life

And as the tick of the clock tocked on,

the madman sat in his cell,

propped against his coarse wooden table,

sitting on a rickety rotting stool,

with his right hand clutching his jaw,

its index finger running parallel to the vein on his temple,

in front sat a blank paper,

and with a desperate concentration,

he looked for his last spark of inspiration,

before he was hauled off to the gallows,

and in a beautiful insight of childhood,

he wrenches out the memory dearest to him,

and in a frantic, yet precise scribble of the left hand,

with a rough piece of coal,

he draws the most beautiful lilly to have ever been seen in that dreaded stone prison,

he hears the approaching tock of those heavy boots,

a chain jangles the keys to his face,

and with the turning of the hour the cell opens,

and the light outside befalls the man,

and a smile slices his lips,

and as the old man rises,

his body remains weighted,

the flesh of his forehead makes contact with the lily on the table,

and to the astonishment of the prison guard,

a light escapes the beautiful lilly,

and as the light grows, the guard recedes,

with an illuminating glare the old man smiles,

and with a swift drawing of a flower,

his life is reconciled,

and the light lifts  him,

into stately rapture.

  • 5 days ago

I need to smile more, maybe do some more yoga and teach it to people, I also need to spend more time with my friends and family, maybe write a little more, maybe spend some time under the stars, write a book, play my bass, find my place in this cosmic giggle.

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"It can not be an accident that our evolution has given us this potential, evolution gives us nothing, unless it is useful, and it therefore suggests that these altered states of consciousness are incredibly useful to the human species."

Graham Hancock

"Another interesting thing about ayahuasca is that there is nothing in it that doesn’t occur within the ordinary human brain, there’s just more of the ordinary brain chemistry there. So that implies that these extraordinary states of mind, group mindedness, three-dimensional hallucinations, and so forth are never the less not that far removed from ordinary states of brain chemistry."

Terrance McKenna


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@Anonymous "What characteristics do you look for in a woman/man whom you plan on having a relationship with? (or simply someone who just sparks your interest) What attracts you to them?"

What mostly attracts me at first impression is beauty of course, but at the same time the measure at which they project that beauty makes all the difference. I like a person that smiles, laughs, has a good time, and a good humor….someone happy even in the face of darkness, someone who has many perspectives…

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Jimi Hendrix and Santana, Woodstock 1969

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