Every picture tells a story

Consider,

While every picture tells a story of a thousand words,

Every part of your picture

Has one of its own.

So when you’re looking a picture

As e-vidence of proximity

in any given situation,

How they got there on the page,

might be quite interesting.

At least if you like listening to people and their story lines.

Never mind the devis of rocks and trees-and buildings,

really anything of hu(e)-man’s inventions -when we attach to them[1].

Id wager, each one really – could be a  million words or more.

Especially, If one were to really dig into detail.

So when you think a picture is so very important,

or that what you see in it,

means the same to you and me,

you might well be mis-taken

even in the land of the seeing.

Depending on the paths we came from,

How we perceive,

Is myriad.

Relying a picture to tell you anything,

You’re missing at least,

999,000 others words well worth hearing..


[1] Devic spirits build in such objects we focus on- from our early ‘programs’ of intentions- and what having the thing comes to mean for us. As we attach to them, they become part of our persona. Like Harry Potter horcruxes (which are real, but not they way portrayed). They can hurt when they are suddenly taken away – they let a part of us ‘flow’, so there is a ‘hive mind’ engagement for say, dopamine production- how we feel good (this is very basic, really there is a myriad cocktail).

And yet, we can forget – they are but temporary guides for us. Eventually we won’t need, even them any more-like any stuffed animal; their energy regains your soul of self from projection. Later, when you’re ready, you can release them joyfully from your life and thank them for their service, and coming to you in the first place. Then they can return to back from whence they came from. Of light or love, is both the same, each can be its opposite. Amen.

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