Decided to bathe this morning – found the bathrobe and ran a hot tub. Could use another two inches on the width for the bath to be comfortable – the shower hook-up will have to wait for a bit of technical engineering (the hose needs to fit on the faucet snugly – likely a hose clamp is the solution).
Preparing to put this computer down and set up a newer, sleeker model. The cable to the net should be set thru the phone line and the modem replacement is on the way. My guess is that we should be in business by the weekend – although my focus is going to be on videoing the eclipse. Should run partial, partial, full in the next three days – the 20th being the direct overhead frame.
Not thinking well this morning – more qophy and a toke. I found some Salvia leaf amongst my stuff – might have to make a tea and go on a little trip with myself. The crescendo of enlightenment in the records of time and space is coming, things are close to revealing what they are rather than what they seem to be; keeping observant and staying out of the fall-out are the two biggest factors.
Value comes from work; work is the function that you put yourself to, setting order out of your personal stream of the chaos. I hope that you, dear reader, are reinforcing the notion that chaos and order are a yin/yang and not a win/lose proposition.
The order of nature follows a different mathematical code than the order of people. The Fibonacci series carries an exponential expansion of scale in very quick order at higher numbers. It is also a two way street, where arriving at a level is a new function.
Life is not based on your prior level, although it does encounter your prior experience. You get to keep some stuff and have to give up other stuff – there is so much stuff that what you give comes back and you always get more back – but you have to give. Take is not a function without give – another of the many yin/yang of nature.
You can find guides everywhere – all you have to do is ask for them. Your guides cannot carry out your function – that is for you and is how you learn. You do it. If somebody says you can’t do that – you have to ask why. This is how questions arise – from not being satisfied with the ‘You can’t do that’ attitude.
We can do whatever we please – if it doesn’t violate the laws of nature. Sometimes, even if it does, but then we have to pay the price, whatever that is. ‘It all depends on what you value’ G. Harrison 33-1/3.