Wednesday, December 12, 2007

The Precipice of Oblivion BY Farley Malorrus

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The Precipice of Oblivion
By Farley Malorrus
"As I stand on the precipice overlooking oblivion, I wonder what it's all for. The good vs evil, the love vs hate, the black and the white, the truth and lies. Life is in itself an anomale of incongruities, conundrums, and riddles, which may never be solved, even at or after death. The unknown lies beyond the realm of all known thought and reality. The ascended one's, the annoited one's, the luminaries, the all aware beings are the one's who embrace the most pain, as they can feel the good with the bad. Try as they may to block out the negative, or dark Universe, they cannot, because you cannot have the good without the bad. It's the balance of this Universe. One wonders if there is a heavenly realm, and I do believe with all my heart and soul that there is; what kind of balance exists there, and if there be a negative quality in the heavenly realm, perhaps that may be why the Earth plain is filled with so many lost, lonely, depressed, disillusioned, and dysfunctional souls, trapsing around in the dark like a blind man with no clue.  On this Christmas, I am reminded of a great man, in fact many great men and women, who have died throughout history in order that many of us have life and the illusion of freedom. Are we ever really free while we are alive, or is freedom granted our soul as a positive option at death...I will move on through the storm, and I will push on through the rain, the wind, the turmoil, and the ordeal which I must embrace in order to survive. I will go forth into the unknown minutia of life in order to graduate into something better. As the saying goes, it is always darkest before the dawn, and as dark as it may seem in many of our lives, I do believe in hope, faith, and serenity as the result of what this Universe and life are all about. Merry Christmas Everyone, Happy Hanukah, and Happy Kwanza, and may your dreams be fulfilled and your life and the lives of your love ones be healthy and happy.
Your old bud."

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