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Astigmatism covered, disguise not televised? Idle.

by Passerby on May 15, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Dole, my refrigerators running. I should apologize about this senseless masquerade.. a constant spin turns, I've read.
I don't know.. and I shouldn't assume. But should I break the tele?

Drugs, guns, commercializing, junk, food - sitting to defend my soul against eternity? Who is Atman?

Where did this start?
What is the reality?
How little I perceive as a single individual! Hoping the global family understands, kind words can help.

Even when the beacon seems hard to reach, for given can relate - unlike me

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