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Reocurring Life Themes
    #1213059 - 01/13/03 12:14 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

I have been having lots of reocurring themes about life since I started tripping. One that seems to me as important is childhood memories and the re discovery of things, that often leads me to enlightenment. Also whenever I experience the biggest realisations, I notice how simple life really is, and people overlook the simplicity of life. I also notice that when I feel at the most peace, it is after I clear up past memories that have gotten burried deep inside my own mind.


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Re: Reocurring Life Themes [Re: Earth_Droid]
    #1213123 - 01/13/03 01:24 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

Maintaining a state of awe, excitement and mystery to the world makes it a very exciting and magical place to be. See the world as if through the eyes of a small child seeing things for the first time.


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    #1213146 - 01/13/03 01:48 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

Yes, I think life is about learning how to hold on to that awe.


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Re: Reocurring Life Themes [Re: Earth_Droid]
    #1213154 - 01/13/03 01:53 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

Sometimes I come to realizations that somehow send me back to my roots. Like 'this sense of me has been with me since I was 10" It has a certain reuniting familiarity to it.
I no longer feel like some 19 year old that was just dropped on the planet, but I can feel the past of my childhood with me.

I'm not sure what it's all about but it makes me happy, and I find myself just wanting to run around outside under the stars or the sun.


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