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Mystical Moments

Mystical Moments must come with age and consent from a source governed by our Deity’s  genetic wiring, with each delicate connection moving our actions and  thoughts in the direction favored by the Holy One.

How else do the memories of love, life’s failures, successes, and emotional impulses invade our present with their melancholic messages, their poignancy, their Joy, their Tenderness, their regrets and sorrows?

How many of us are blessed, or, cursed, with these Mystical Moments? Is it, after all, a Holy Contest? If so, who are deemed the victors?

For example, what are the rewards, for those who spend their lives in a  world of quandaries and romantic ballads?

Do they get to come back to another life and advance their Holy Standing? Becoming more Holy?

Or, do those who go blithely through this life with easy gaits, maybe some with criminal intent, get to come back to have more Mystical Moments and become more Holy?

But, then, why would one be favored over the other?

Is It simply a Holy Epigram, these Mystical Moments, not worthy of the space given in a blog post?

Perhaps that is the quickest way to rid the mind of any such philosophical meandering, and, for some readers of my words here: they will think this is merely all presumptuous B/S.

However, my Corp-life over and living far too much in my active mind, it is a necessary diversion that keeps me awake too long into the night until the thoughts become all too clearly the presumptuous B/S mentioned in the paragraph above.

BR Chitwood – February 5, 2020

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11 comments on “Mystical Moments

  1. In my mind, the past is past and lessons learned serve as a resource for the future. No need to stay awake with such a library to rely upon.

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    1. Au Contrare! good John, we scarred savages and poets love wallowing in our past – where else do we get our curb-side wisdom! The present offers us glimpses of our past each day when we tune into the world, and we confound our future with romantic nonsense…really, is there any other way? 🙂 ♥♥♥

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      1. P. S. The world is rectangular!


      2. Okay, pour your ‘Willits’ to the brim! I’ll join you with the good stuff – ‘MakersMark’!!!

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      3. You missing a finger??? 🙂

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  2. D.L. Finn, Author says:

    John’s right, but those long nights do appear.

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    1. Indeed, they do, Denise…likely one of the biggest reasons we write our ‘words’! ♥♥♥

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  3. Sometimes it’s a real (or unreal) conundrum, Billy Ray. Ah well, I guess we do the best we can with what we have.

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    1. Seems the only choice, good buddy… ♥♥

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