March 19th, 2006

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Good Morning!

The moon is shining in the sky. The sun and moon will enjoy a morning interlude.

I had a rather convoluted dream last night/this morning about hiding, escaping, and then, drowning, and I woke wondering what it could mean. I realize the last cancer cell is gone. It hid and almost escaped, but it is now washed out. I asked my intuition, and my intuition confirms that all the cancer is gone. I believe it to be so.

My understanding is that the radiation and the Arimidex are there to halt its return. I feel, in this moment, completely clear and clean. It is quite a feeling, and so lovely to look up and see the moon, standing in slow movement, right in front of my eyes. Now, some needles of the redwood tree frame its face. So, quickly the change. Soon, it will shine through the branches of the tree. I remember the pendulum at the Academy of Sciences. It swung back and forth knocking down a peg every fifteen minutes. It is amazing how fast the earth turns. I forget until I have a gauge. Happy Sunday to All! May peace be the light for our gaze.
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the news today -

Until this morning, I was unaware that Joan Kroc, widow of Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonalds, had left NPR $230 million when she died. Though NPR still needs our individual gifts, this money has allowed them the freedom to become a primary news source. They have their own journalists in Iraq.

Perhaps that news softens the other news of the abuses and tortures before and after Abu Ghraib. Paul Eaton, a retired Army major general who was in charge of the Iraqi military from 2003 to 2004 says today that Rumsfield is not competent and must resign. I think the whole crew should go. How can they not be punished for what has been exposed? I do not understand.

And the sun is shining, and it is a beautiful day. Take care. And may this resolve in some way of learning and understanding that means it absolutely never happens again to anyone on any side.
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Albert Schweitzer -

"On a trip on the Ogowe River in 1915 it came to me that reverence for life is the only basis on which a viable ethic can be built .....

- Albert Schweitzer