A piece of advice

It is a sad fact of life, but the truth is that very few people are alive.

To be alert, to be present here and now, is the foremost quality that differentiates the vivid from the dead.
One of the hardest lessons in life is about discernment.

To be able to discern instantly who is alive, and who isn´t. If you haven´t practiced this ability, it will cost you dearly…

If you want your life to be a failure, surround yourself with dead people. Bear this in mind:

DON´T GIVE ANYTHING TO THE DEAD, as nothing will come back.

A dead doesn´t know what reciprocity is about. It´s like playing tennis with a zombie. What fun is to be with someone who never sends the ball back?…

The energy you give a dead person is going to be wasted, cause the dead can neither see nor appreciate the value of life.

I know very well what I am talking about, cause I´ve been there…Throwing diamonds to ghosts…

About julienmatei
I feel an inner urge to express what I see, to communicate and share with others all these impressions. Often the things I see are there, not yet manifest, but waiting... to be observed, talked about, and embraced. These new insights need another approach, a more vivid curiosity... Due to fear and prejudice we prefer to see only "the official" truth - but THE OFFICIAL TRUTH IS DEAD - being dead, it has nothing to give... We can continue pretending Death is fascinating or... we can take the trouble to LIVE... THE NEW has no definition yet... Again, IT requires another "perception", the courage to apprehend everything differently, from a totally new angle, with new confidence and inquisitive touch. This blog is not about interesting concepts, it is about participation... finding new solutions, inspiration, togetherness.

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