“To live in ignorance is… not only disrespectful to what we each have been given, why we’re on the planet right now, but also keeps us from being what we came here to be. He wants for people to connect with… something higher. And to do it now. Before it’s… too late, he’s saying.”
“He wants to talk about spirituality. And the beauty of what we call ‘God.’ And I’m feeling so much devotion in my heart for this. Just pure… love.”
I put my head back down on the pillow as my eyes began to drift closed. Just as darkness fell, I could’ve sworn I saw someone step out of the bathroom, but it was too late to see his face.
A story hit the Internet that’s absolutely too good to believe!
Think about how healthy and good he would have looked! Think about how much we would be accepting him!
A friend of mine likes to pose this question: Would you rather be right or happy?
Mom agreed to meet us and I made all the travel arrangements.
All my heroes were artists and rebels. I studied their lives with envy and admiration, my restless soul squirming within my shuttered body.
Disney was fired from the Kansas City Star in 1919 because his editor said he “lacked imagination and had no good ideas.”
It was grotesque.