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  1. H_Eart(h)

    Taking For Granted

    To be honest, I don't really know what "take for granted" means and even the translator didn't help me much. Can anyone write it in similar words? Thanks.
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    Waterfall Benefit

    Wow, this is an amazing place, I like it. It looks like in the dream or a vision I had where I paddle under a waterfall. Enjoy it! I don't have a link but according to some sociological research they are the happiest or most contended people in the world in Costa Rica. You're there, I'm here.....and there must be also reason for that from a higher perspective, right?
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    I thought I knew what the word "overwhelmed" meant something like overloaded. But somehow it didn't seem like it, so I look at the dictionary and there are a few meanings.....which don't make much sense to me in context. It doesn't matter, I'll write what I wanted to write.
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    Childhood Story

    The topic of popular movies has been here recently I understand that it would be good to get a clear answer because of a deeper analysis and the circumstances, but I can not give you that. I don't know what I saw or read first, nor am I sure if I would call something an "obsession". I spent my childhood during the communist era, so the composition of television shows was completely different from that in Western Europe or even North America at the time. I don't remember properly, but there weren't that many channels to choose from at the time. I was lucky to catch a Polish TV signal at the border. So I could see some cult Western movies (like SW, Indiana Jones,...)before they were shown in our cinemas or on television. But I can say a few things, maybe it will help. As a kid, I was a TV maniac for a long time, literally (when I first saw Fifth Element as Leeloo devoured the TV, I had to laugh). I watched absolutely everything, I didn't care, I came home from school and immediately sat down to watch TV. That's why banning television was also a big punishment for me. I've seen a lot of movies, fairy tales, documentaries and even nonsense, mostly harmless socialist productions.....today I find it funny. I also read a lot as a child, we also had a library in the village where I used to borrow books. Next to us, the cottage was a university professor from Prague. He was here all summer, he had a big library, I also went to read to him. I stayed there all day until my parents had to call me home and for food. Once, I read the whole Jungle book twice and the professor asked me if I was experiencing the stories. I was ashamed, so I said no. But the opposite was true, I was able to completely immerse myself in it and forget about the world around me, it completely absorbed me. As for the movies, of course I like the ones about heroes about great deeds, where the main character usually handles everything on his own, how else, right? But I also like watching documentaries or art movies, I'm far from being fixed only on commercial production or Hollywood. As a teenager, I already had the opportunity to watch movies on VHS and what was going on here at the time, of course, mainly action movies. I loved Arnold, I dreamed for a long time that one day I would be like him, the strongest in the world.....from an outsider, from a boy from nowhere, but you know But I don't think it's surprising considering what a person experienced as a child ... it couldn't have turned out otherwise
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    I might say where I was staying and in whose hot tub I relaxed, or as I scrambled up a hill one day without realizing that right on the other side of it was a house with the symbol of the sun in the gable....but that would be a little hardcore, right?
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    Online Workshop - April 19 2020

    I'm almost halfway through, it's interesting. A little difficult to understand without subtitles. So far only women, but this is not surprising The big ring on your left hand, you don't normally wear to events, do you? The sound in the background, the crowing of a rooster you know it, but what's there?.....it sounded like a speech by Fidel Castro
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    Game Of Pretend

    Can you be more specific?
  8. H_Eart(h)

    Happy Mother's Day

    Yesterday morning I arrived in the village early, I was arranged with friends like this, they also wanted to take advantage of the weather and go for a ride on a motorcycle. So we cut the wood, it was dry beams from an old building.....I love the smell of that wood, it's so slightly resinous. In about an hour we were cut, then we chatted for a while and then the friends left, I went home to the garage for an ax and started chopping wood. The weather was beautiful, I was in no hurry, I knew that in one day I would not be able to do it all anyway, I was cutting it into quite small pieces. I had this slow slow down a bit because I didn't get a good night's sleep the night before and that's usually obvious to my physical condition. Grandma can't cook anymore, so I went home for lunch in the afternoon, which was a bowl of müsli, it always fills me for a long time. Then I went back to chopping wood. Then I took about a half hour break when I went inside and my grandmother and I had coffee. It was about a quarter to six when it looked like it was going to start raining and it would be a pity if the dry wood got wet, so I decided to stop chopping. I laid the remaining logs along the house next to the other wood and covered it with a tarpaulin, so somehow subconsciously I felt that I would not continue anyway on Sunday. Then I started carrying the chopped wood up into the chamber, when I went several times, so I noticed that there was a swan sticker among the newspaper clippings on the door. It's Grandpa's job, he really enjoyed traveling. He did not have the financial means, but at that time he worked for the railway and so he had free fares in the whole country. As far as I know, he did not travel anywhere in a foreign country, except for a few visits to East Germany. As far as I remembered my grandfather, he was already retired and was no longer traveling at that time. I liked him, he actually "taught me" the relationship to nature. When grandmother tells about him, she says that life with him was difficult, that she mainly took care of the family. But I already see it differently in those connections. He was said to be an orphan and was raised by his grandmother, who lived in a small basement apartment without windows. His wife died, he took care of the two children himself. Then he somehow met his grandmother and they got together. I didn't finish my work until about seven o'clock, I was tired and my whole body ached. I made fire my grandmother's stove in the living room and then watched TV with her for a while. Then I came home, ate, took a shower and I was happy when I got to bed, it was clear to me that I would no longer chop wood on Sunday. I woke up quite early on Sunday, had breakfast and went to a friend. Along the way, the world seemed so different to me. The grass seemed more green and so alive to me. The yellow color of the dandelions seemed much richer to me than ever. In the treetops wrapped in thousands of flowers, it buzzed from hardworking bees.....amazing atmosphere. The other friend was already with the friend and they were repairing the old ATV, it took quite a long time. Eventually I stayed there at noon, so I was treated to lunch. But then dad called that he needed help measuring and cutting the girders for the new fence, so I went home. It was just three o'clock in the afternoon when we finished, so I went to my grandmother's for coffee. At the same time, I applied coal and wood for heating for a week as usually. I watered all the flowers in the living room, repaired my grandmother's wicker basket for wood, cleaned it in both rooms, and it was five o'clock. Then I packed things at home, got in the car and drove to a friend, there was a freshly baked cake with cottage cheese and a small treat, it was supposed to be such a small mother's day celebration.
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    Happy Mother's Day

    I know today is Mother's Day, a few days ago they said it on the radio I was looking for a suitable picture in the morning, but nothing seemed just right to me, so only verbally "Happy Mother's day". I'm going to write.
  10. if I miss the possibility of physical harm, which you certainly don't ask, then it can hurt me a lot if someone close to me doesn't believe or trust me.
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    Lucid Dreams

    I probably didn't quite understand it, so I didn't notice that Blake was telling and mentioning the name of the film. Fortunately, quite often there are people who enlarging or recall it in their posts. I downloaded and watched the film, I really liked it, there are a lot of fundamental issues that are being addressed there. Many things seem to be contradictory, but it is probably due to the degree of awareness and the possibility of understanding. Thanks for the tip PS: the realm of dreams is amazing
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    Lucid Dreams

    Where are you driving at that sentence "to project our reality to other people", what exactly do you mean by that?
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    Teal's Resistance

    Yesterday I saw a post, a link to YT scenes that are supposed to be funny (o.k., it's a matter of taste), but what I knew in the first moment was that your T-shirt with frequency painting acts there.
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    Teal's Resistance

    Is this the show you're talking about? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmYvH-SEbh8
  15. H_Eart(h)

    Quality Of Life

    This topic has appeared several times recently. Um, I don't feel like I'm dealing with a major issue at the moment or worried about survival.....where exactly does it appear Teal?
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