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PERSEVERE with "adversity"

PERSEVERE with "arrogance"

PERSEVERE with "problems"

PERSEVERE with "solutions"

PERSEVERE with "the mind"




REBELS of the world UNITE

Apple ... Crazy ONES




as the Merchants of LOVE
that we are destined to BE

 

 

 

 

 

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j : awaken2love

about 1 year later

j said


Aw yes… here's to the craZy ones, my friend (:
Awesome video…by Apple

Love to Mickelinnie…..remember to take your tablets…

not (;

j


Michael : catalyst-producer

about 1 year later

Michael said


” Evolution is a messy process. So anybody who really wants to make the effort to strive for something NEW is going to have to be willing to make mistakes, take wrong turns, even to fail, but NEVER give up.

The simple truth IS THIS: if not failing is more important to you than genuinely succeeding, you're never going to make it. If you really want to succeed, then you have to have the big heart, heroic will, tenacity, courage, and commitment to fearlessly engage with the
evolutionary process until something profound, mysterious, and
extraordinary happens that cannot be undone
.”

Andrew Cohen


Following my own experience of attending an Andrew Cohen presentation in London here IS YET a.n.other Curious Case of BEING British & SO BE IT indeed




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Comment by Michael Grove on November 5, 2010 at 14:23
Comment by Michael Grove on November 6, 2010 at 9:50
When we consider THESE big picture policy issues, what becomes clear, if we bother to read
between the lines, is that our long held beliefs about human nature, and by extension, the
institutions we have created to express those beliefs, played no small role in precipitating
the very crisis that now faces the country. In a nation that has come to think of human
nature as competitive, even predatory, self serving, acquisitive and utilitarian, is it any
wonder that those very values have led to a “winner take all” syndrome in the marketplace
in which the rich get richer while everyone else becomes marginalized, and the well-being
of the larger community, including the biosphere, becomes eroded?
Comment by Michael Grove on May 20, 2012 at 8:23

I AM here to serve

I AM here to inspire

I AM here to LOVE

Comment by Michael Grove on November 11, 2013 at 6:43

IT IS most appropriate on the day that the Herald Sun

has published its - "Gallery of Famous Art Heists" 

to consider the tale of the theft of Leonardo da Vinci's

Mona Lisa from the Louvre in Paris - in the context of 

the arrogance of the French Establishment as the

absolute consequence of the hubris, nemesis and

catharsis which has gripped our own establishment

in the face of the scandal which is the NHS. 

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