The Shape of Things to Come / Cruciferous Vegetables and Curcumin / Friday: Rollerland West & La Madeleine French Cafe

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Simple Gifts

“Its a gift to be simple.
Its a gift to be free.

It’s the gift to come down
where you ought to be.

And when we find ourselves
in the place just right,

We’ll be in the valley
of Love and delight.

When true simplicity is gained,
to bow and to bend,
we will not be ashamed.

To turn, turn, will be our delight,
till by turning, turning
we come round right.”
– Joseph Brackett

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The shape of things
to come
is never what we think,
not what we dream,
not even
what we
are able to imagine.

For tomorrow
lies not
within the plane
of our reality,
the subtle state of our consciousness
that transcends the known physical Universe.
It lies not within dimensions
known today.

The dynamic force
of our awareness
is being sent forth,
like waves in a vast ocean,
through time as we know it,
manifesting all things
we imagine
and culminating in the Universe
we treasure and desire.

Such is Love
in you.

But we may not dwell
within any tomorrow,
if our humanity,
our Love for one another,
self-destructs.
We will not be here
to be aware.

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                  Look beyond

Of things unknowable
we cannot know.
But
we can become aware:

We can come to know
that we can never know.

And this
is an aspect of
Infinity.
For the Infinite
is far beyond
what we are capable
of ever comprehending.

We are finite
and very fragile,
enveloped within Infinite Love,
possibly impossible,
relative to the
irrational,
and Beautiful beyond
Belief.

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Beyond illusions of Life and living.

Much,
if not most,
of what Mankind
has created,
is a feeble attempt
to fit a distorted reality
of our own making
into the shape
of what we envision
for tomorrow.

And tomorrow
may no longer be found
under the shade
of any tree
planted today
that worships
the winds
of such change.

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Only in the mysterious equations of Love.

The collective conscience
of Mankind
is accelerating in thought,
as it recklessly races
toward,
not just an uncertain future,
but what we cannot
envision or imagine.

My Dear Friends,
how do we
prepare our precious Children
for the unknown
and the unknowable?
To what end
do we strive?

What now
is our goal in Life
for them?

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       Beautiful beyond belief.

Perhaps,
we should foster
an acceptance
of our limitations.

Perhaps.

I believe,
we should look
within ourselves,
beyond illusions
of Life
and living.

Ultimately,
it’s not what we make of us
that takes us,
it’s what takes us
beyond us.

Can you see
the Universe
in a drop of rain?
Can you find
what outwardly you seek,
by not looking
within?

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            Emerson

“What lies behind us
and what lies before us
are tiny matters compared to
what lies within us.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

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     Look far beyond ourselves.

Perhaps,
we should close our tired eyes
and look
far beyond ourselves.

My Dear Friends,
lay your weary head
upon your pillow.
Feel the warmth
of beautiful moments remembered.
Hear the whisper
of the raindrops
blowing soft
across the window.

Listen carefully,
and you will hear
echoes reflected off the walls
of your treasured memories
kept deeply hidden
in the Heart.

See
what only Hearts
can see.

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You can hear God calling
Walking barefoot by a stream.
. . .  Close your eyes
and hear
the flowers growing”

– Neil Diamond

What we may not
always comprehend
is part
of what is truly Beautiful.
The Mysterious
may always remain
within realms unknown
and unknowable,
as it takes our breath away
with its Beauty.

Such is
the Love of God,
so far beyond
what we will ever
truly know.

Such is the
Spiritual.

Such is the Love
hidden deep
in your Heart.

“I ask nash
What truly is logic?
Who decides reason?
My quest has taken me
to the physical,
the metaphysical, the delusional,
and back.
I have made
the most important discovery
of my career –
the most important discovery of my life.
It is only in the mysterious equations
of Love
that any logic or reasons
can be found.”
– John Forbes Nash

The most mysterious thing
our minds can
entertain,
is the Love of God.
for us.

The Beauty of Love
draws us in,
to lead us
toward ourselves.

It causes us
to reflect and to dream,
and for a few precious moments,
see with our Hearts
what lies
beyond even tomorrow,
to finally realize
the Divine Reality
that dwells
within.

We are the Dream
too long
afraid of waking.

Goodnight.

light-c“I’ll make you a day
Like no day has been or will be again
We’ll sail on the sun, we’ll ride on the rain
We’ll talk to the trees that worship the wind.
– Neil Diamond

My Dear Friends,
negative emotions are completely useless.
Resentment, bitterness, hate, and jealousy
have never improved
the quality of life
for even one single
human being.

Never.
terry-naturally-curamin-extra-strengthFrom betternutrition.com :

Cruciferous Vegetables Promote Healthy DNA

Laboratory experiments offer evidence that cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, and kale – help preserve the integrity of DNA. As a vital cell component, DNA is highly vulnerable to damage.

Broccoli, watercress, and rosemary provide bioactive compounds, including glucosinolates, isothiocyanates, carnosic acid, and carnosol, that have a multitude of favorable effects on DNA and healthy cell division.

Curcumin: The Workhorse of Cellular Health

Curcumin’s benefits are so diverse that they affect virtually every system in the body. It’s no accident that the National Institutes of Health has funded numerous studies investigating curcumin as a treatment for diseases from cystic fibrosis to autoimmune diseases to various cancers.

“Curcumin has emerged as one of the most powerful chemopreventive and anticancer agents,” wrote researchers last year. “Its biological effects range from antioxidant and anti-inflammatory to inhibition of angiogenesis, and it is also shown to possess specific anti-tumor activity.”

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         Beyond illusions of Life.

   “We carry within us
the wonders we seek
around us.”
– Sir Thomas Brown

                                       For Friday Sept. 16, 2016

Due to popular demand,
we will meet at 10:00 a.m.
at ROLLERLAND WEST,
located at 7325 Calmont Avenue –
Telephone: 817-244-8290.

At approximately 11:15 a.m.
will we will travel to La Madeleine Country French Cafe,
6140 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, (817) 654-0471­­­­­­­­­­­­­
to enjoy lunch.

Following lunch we will travel to the Anderson School.

Skating time is from 10:00 a.m-11:00 a.m.
If you arrive late you will not be able to skate for a full hour.

 Pickup will be at 3:15 p.m. at school.­­­­­

Students are NOT to leave Rollerland, or the restaurant
without the approval of Dr. or Mrs. Anderson.

FINANCIAL:   Rollerskating $10.00 (Please pay Dr. A.) & lunch. Refreshments are available,      
Uniform pants with a belt & red monogrammed school shirts are required.

PARENTS / FRIENDS / NEIGHBORS, are always invited to participate on our trips.

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      What takes us beyond us.

    IMPORTANT DATES

Sept. 6                                             Tuition was Due for 2016-17
Oct 10                                              Columbus Day Holiday
Nov. 21-25  (Monday-Friday)          Thanksgiving / Fall Break
Dec. 1-2                                           Texas A.G.T. Conference (no school)
Dec. 20 (Tuesday)                           Last Day of Fall Semester
Dec. 21 – Jan. 4                              Winter Break Holidays
Dec. 21                                            Dr. A admitted for therapy                    (overexposure to children)

(See William’s Weblog at andersonschool.net for trip details
(posted Wed. at 6:00/7:00 p.m.)       

“The Supreme happiness of Life
is the conviction
that we are Loved.”
    – Victor Hugo     

Anderson
Where precocious children are nurtured, appreciated
& from time to time, rollerskate!

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