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Hi world,

Emerald is reflecting under the full moon in South Korea.

Full moon beaming in the night’s sky, grandfather and dark knight are marching together in the sky to yank the old behaviors to build a new foundation for planet Earth.

The crumbling down of the tower it feels, everything that happens has a deeper meaning. I nonchalantly speak of change. Change is the only constant thing in life. We are a hero in the epic pace of evolution marching within us. I used to say no to change. I used to cling on to the known. I’m grateful that life has yanked away relationships and stability I felt comforted in on various occasions. The process feels like being inside a laundry machine, tumbling for eons, no space to breathe or say. Surrendering to the process, the timing of the greater plan, I become me. Inside out, outside in — I mature and wise.

Totally in sync with life. Finding comfort in the unknown. I’m breathing more deeply in the present moment as if I’m the filmmaker behind the camera each moment collecting stories, collecting memories.

What if the TV we tune into is like the attention we give in our daily reality?

Political strife may be happening in my neighborhood, your town, somewhere closer than imagined.

Microcosmic activities are reflecting on a macrocosmic scale via news. When I choose to connect with integrity, courage, and strength, I can choose a wise decision. Small decisions made habitually builds. I aspire to build the greatest cathedral in my soul, a kind person.

Beauty is walking through fear with have faith there is light in the end
Beauty is the flexibility to let life unfold itself
Beauty is freedom within.

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