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Re: Keo

Post by greasemonkey on Tue Jun 16, 2009 1:33 pm

mylife wrote:alright then mr gm HOW YOUNG IS KEO??

lol.....
you gotta have a guess now!
Something i noticed about him is that He sprays himself with deodorant
after He has dressed,onto His clothes.
Do Other Boys do this strange thing?
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Post by Guest on Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:54 pm

ok... somewhere between 17-20 perhaps gm

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Post by greasemonkey on Wed Jun 17, 2009 1:37 am

mylife wrote:ok... somewhere between 17-20 perhaps gm

Gee,
you are way-out in guessing.
How young are You?
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Re: Keo

Post by Guest on Wed Jun 17, 2009 7:49 am

hehehe,, just thought I throw those ages to give you a bit of a laugh...

umm around 10-12?

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Post by greasemonkey on Wed Jun 17, 2009 9:25 am

mylife wrote:hehehe,, just thought I throw those ages to give you a bit of a laugh...

umm around 10-12?

13

Are you toying with me Mylife?
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Re: Keo

Post by Guerrilla Roach on Wed Jun 17, 2009 9:29 pm

GM, if you were to vacate this place it would be a huge loss. Your posts are valuable on many levels. Personally, I would miss your points of view and your great sense of fun. I for one hope that you stick around. This place needs your input. sunny
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Re: Keo

Post by claire_sky on Wed Jun 17, 2009 11:38 pm

Yip i second what GR just said! We notice when people havnt been on for ages and we miss them! We would miss you too! You have become one of the furniture around here. EVeryone contributes somethign in their own little way and your contribution would be missed! Hope everything is going ok? If not vent vent VENT away!

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Re: Keo

Post by Guest on Thu Jun 18, 2009 12:37 am

Yeah, playing with your mind there mr monkey..

13 ay - not to far away from my second guess.

Don't leave.

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Re: Keo

Post by greasemonkey on Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:13 am

Guerrilla Roach wrote:GM, if you were to vacate this place it would be a huge loss. Your posts are valuable on many levels. Personally, I would miss your points of view and your great sense of fun. I for one hope that you stick around. This place needs your input. sunny

It appears Im staying.

I am back and front and straight upndown
with you Here GR.
I seem to recall,
there is something i was supposed to remember
on your behalf.
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Post by greasemonkey on Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:34 am

claire_sky wrote:Yip i second what GR just said! We notice when people havnt been on for ages and we miss them! We would miss you too! You have become one of the furniture around here. EVeryone contributes somethign in their own little way and your contribution would be missed! Hope everything is going ok? If not vent vent VENT away!

thank you Claire,
everything is ok;was just a need to prune the escape routes
to intensify the light inside,
as Winter approaches
summer receedes.
Idea

'Keeping something for Oneself' comes to mind,
just as furniture gets re-arranged in a solar sensitive house to make use of the low laying winter-Sun
I re-arrange myself like the Earths-Seasons
having no mind of my-own.

GM packs a sanwich of self-remberance in his lunchbox and sets out into the world
where things happen mysteriously
right in front of Him
at times.
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Re: Keo

Post by greasemonkey on Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:17 am

peterpam wrote:You are so welcome. Can I just share, you are so deep, fasinating (a good thing), but sometimes I think you must just about turn yourself inside out. lol. Hugs to you and yours. Iam sooo proud of you.

as promised...

when iam closest to my spirits door,
saying things i know no more
and feel the warmth of human love
there flys above a skizoid dove
Black within,white without
free to be
inside out

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Post by peterpam on Fri Jun 19, 2009 6:15 am

Wow Gm, thats pretty cool. Thankyou for shareing. I tend to do the same thing sometimes, going into my soul so deeply, that I wonder if i'll pop out the other side. I guess its exploring, but sometimes I just wonder were on earth something, some feeling, came from.
Sometimes I read your posts and have to reread and sometimes even again reread, to get the message, to understand. Thankyou for that, you extend by thoughts, just with your postings. We all need to extend our brains. Well I do anyway, lol.

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Post by greasemonkey on Fri Jun 19, 2009 7:50 am

peterpam wrote:Wow Gm, thats pretty cool. Thankyou for shareing. I tend to do the same thing sometimes, going into my soul so deeply, that I wonder if i'll pop out the other side. I guess its exploring, but sometimes I just wonder were on earth something, some feeling, came from.We are inside our Minds due to indentifying too-much with this One Reality we call Home.When a fish penetrates the reflective-surface above them,another side to REALITY is realised. A glimpse of that reality,makes the fish somewhat different than other fishes,the Others saying,"No!,too hard,You'l die without water." Sometimes I read your posts and have to reread and sometimes even again reread, to get the message, to understand. Thankyou for that, you extend by thoughts, just with your postings. We all need to extend our brains. Well I do anyway, lol.
Its by extending our minds we come to realise thinker and thought are made of the same conciousness we ourselves are, in essence.
Mind expansion is a Good thing,
as like the Fish found,
there is another world about us,
standing really close!

In a Blink we are there
and in the next moment
we are back!
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Re: Keo

Post by greasemonkey on Mon Sep 07, 2009 5:09 am

Far-out.
Im proud of keo again....


He has just played with the jazzBand
in the WA competition. They have improved beyond recognition.
How do they do this????
the teacher must be a wizard of Oz!
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Post by peterpam on Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:02 am

How cool GM, way to go. Isn't it a wonderful feeling to be sooo proud of our children.

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Re: Keo

Post by Guest on Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:11 am

Very Happy

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Re: Keo

Post by greasemonkey on Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:32 am

I tink I suffered pride! afro
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Re: Keo

Post by Guest on Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:33 am

you do not suffer pride, you embrace it!

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Post by peterpam on Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:46 am

GM, my daughter can be soo self absorbed (21), but the other night something happened, that brought tears to my eyes. She put her arms around me and said oh mum, please dont take this on board. When I told her the situation was very sad, she said oh PLEASE mum dont cry I dont want to see you cry, can I stay home from work and look after you, I was sooo proud, I saw something in her that I hadn't before. Mylife you are so right we have to embrace it. GM your son rocks honey, I feel proud for you.

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Re: Keo

Post by Guest on Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:57 am

yay! i'm right for a change! Wink

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Post by greasemonkey on Mon Sep 07, 2009 12:30 pm

mylife wrote:yay! i'm right for a change! Wink
embrace!!!
yes!
Thats it!
He were suffering as i were
so chuffed.
Boys dont like their Fathers complimenting them in public.
That I must remember!'ta thanks you ML
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Post by greasemonkey on Mon Sep 07, 2009 12:40 pm

peterpam wrote:GM, my daughter can be soo self absorbed (21), but the other night something happened, that brought tears to my eyes. She put her arms around me and said oh mum, please dont take this on board. When I told her the situation was very sad, she said oh PLEASE mum dont cry I dont want to see you cry, can I stay home from work and look after you, I was sooo proud, I saw something in her that I hadn't before. Mylife you are so right we have to embrace it. GM your son rocks honey, I feel proud for you.

ppl in the west dont have much knowledge about self absorbtion Pam.
In the east its termed Samadhi
and comes from ancient Sansrit!
In samadhi,there are 'several states of conciousness' pertaining to the levels of self-absorbtion;MahaSamadhi is the Final Phaze in life and which occurs when the Teacher has died,
and entered the Sub-concious fields of Eternity!
The BRIGHT!
Idea

Samadhi is a word which indicates a person has entered their mind to such a depth that they appear as though as in TRANCE. Entranced!

This brings our MIND powers in Concentration, that would otherwise be shared between the 6 senses.

The state can bring safe rapid learning abilities and serves various purposes also in the spiritual sence.
She maybe a Teacher
as you are Pam!
google it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txse1jafGHM&feature=related
this is a final samadhi of a teacher in the Himalayas
I chatted with in 1984...
he died when i left.

Please dont think this is a BAD-THING.
Your Daughter is Fine!

It serves NO_one when we take-on their feelings Pam.
Be strong like your daughter is;she is true like you.
Also;
see nelson mandelas inaugral speech.
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Re: Keo

Post by peterpam on Tue Sep 08, 2009 4:17 pm

Hmmm, looks like you have found me a whole lot more reading GM.
Ok so maybe I will need to rethink my thoughts on self absorbtion. I have to say it is lovely to see her now being able to make room for others feelings as well as her own.

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Re: Keo

Post by greasemonkey on Fri Sep 11, 2009 2:19 am

children are beautifully finding their own way in Life Pam.
What them grow.
Mine enlightenme.
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Re: Keo

Post by Guest on Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:14 am

Yes children do have their own way beautifully.

and we have the pleasure of watching them do so.

They are interesting creatures, sometimes completing feats we never thought possible.

But remember they are also a reflection of those who brought them up!

So if they enligten you, you must have enlightened them!

They watch you grow as you do them.

And you beautifully find your way, as they do too!

I think that is my own 'food for thought'

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