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   THIS STATEMENT from Leonardo da Vinci, was one which he discussed

   all of his life with his best friend Niccolò Machiavelli, who no doubt as a result,

    accordingly wrote the following in his epic The Prince

   ”There is nothing more difficult to carry out, nor more doubtful of

    success, nor more dangerous to handle than to initiate a new order

    of things. For the reformer has enemies in all who profit by the old

    order, and only luke-warm defenders in all those who would profit

    by the new order. This quality of lukewarmness arises partly from

    a fear of adversaries, who have the law on their side, and partly

    from the incredulity of mankind, who do not truly believe in

    anything new until they have had actual experience of it ”  

    ... and no better tribute to that relationship was engendered when

    Leonardo was dying in France at Le Clos Luce in the grounds of

    Chateaux d'Amboise, living at the behest of the King, when he left

    his vineyard in Italy to Niccolò in his will. 


    "Stand before IT and there IS NO BEGINNING

     Follow IT and there IS NO END

     Stay with the ancient TAO

     Move with the PRESENT"

                              Lao Tse


    YESTERDAY is history - TOMORROW is a mystery -

    TODAY is a gift - that's why they call [IT] the PRESENT 

        THE FORCE OF GOD which the passengers of Spaceship Earth

     have begun to understand AS the force which has universally driven

     the evolution of consciousness of y[OUR] universe, which may indeed

     transpire to be just ONE of a multitude of parallel universes ...

     IS the force of GOD that has no religion.

... and as Ray Podder has so succinctly proposed in his [UN]MANIFESTO


   LOVE IS all there [IS]. We are only the pieces. 


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