9 Nov 2016 The morning after (Maureen McGovern), I like coffee AND tea, Touch Me The Morning After (Diana Ross), Just Give Me a Reason (Pink), On The Edge of Glory (Lady Gaga), Janduny Remix (Coldplay), Let’s Dance (David Bowie)

Good morning family.  It’s the Morning After and I decided on something.  No matter what happens next, I will remain true to who I Am.  I will continue to love my neighbors as myself, I will continue to lead by my example and will remain teachable.    It doesn’t matter what anyone else is doing right now, what matters is what I feel, what I think, what I say and do.  It is in the power of our intention we manifest entire worlds.    It occurred to me this morning that the Earth is very much like a battery.  A battery has a positive and a negative charge.  So is the way of Mother Earth.  What happened is we got out of balance and there was “too much” negative charge.  I pray in the coming days we can all work together, as we have up to this moment in time brothers and sisters, to restore balance.  My love to you wherever and whenever you are right now as you visit me here.

Aurora borealis at Arctic Henge in Raufarhöfn, Iceland The shimmering colors of the northern lights add yet another level of mystic mystery to the Arctic Henge. This work in progress stands on a hill over Raufarhöfn, a village in the far north of Iceland. Similar to Stonehenge and other henges around the globe, the Arctic Henge is compass and calendar, with the sun at the solstice and equinoxes visible through various arches in the structure. Unlike Stonehenge, comparatively small slabs of stone were used to make the arches here. On each stone is engraved the name of a dwarf referenced in a poem of Norse mythology called the Völuspá. If this gives you a Tolkien vibe, know that the writer borrowed heavily from the Völuspá when writing ‘The Hobbit.’

9 Nov 2016 Bing Home Page Image – Aurora borealis at Arctic Henge in Raufarhöfn, Iceland
The shimmering colors of the northern lights add yet another level of mystic mystery to the Arctic Henge. This work in progress stands on a hill over Raufarhöfn, a village in the far north of Iceland. Similar to Stonehenge and other henges around the globe, the Arctic Henge is compass and calendar, with the sun at the solstice and equinoxes visible through various arches in the structure.
Unlike Stonehenge, comparatively small slabs of stone were used to make the arches here. On each stone is engraved the name of a dwarf referenced in a poem of Norse mythology called the Völuspá. If this gives you a Tolkien vibe, know that the writer borrowed heavily from the Völuspá when writing ‘The Hobbit.’

Remember what I told you about a “refinement process” about creation.  Sometimes it takes several tries to “get it right.” 

The Morning After by Maureen McGovern

Uploaded on Aug 23, 2008

There’s got to be a morning after If we can hold on through the night We have a chance to find the sunshine Let’s keep on lookin’ for the light Oh, can’t you see the morning after It’s waiting right outside the storm Why don’t we cross the bridge together And find a place that’s safe and warm It’s not too late, we should be giving Only with love can we climb It’s not too late, not while we’re living Let’s put our hands out in time There’s got to be a morning after We’re moving closer to the shore I know we’ll be there by tomorrow And we’ll escape the darkness We won’t be searchin’ any more There’s got to be a morning after (There’s got to be a morning after) There’s got to be a morning after (There’s got to be a morning after) There’s got to be a morning after (There’s got to be a morning after) There’s got to be a morning after (There’s got to be a morning after) There’s got to be a morning after MAUREEN MCGOVERN

“The Morning After” Wins Original Song: 1973 Oscars

Published on Sep 30, 2013

Cher and Sonny Bono presenting Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn the Oscar® for Best Original Song for “The Morning After” from “The Poseidon Adventure” at the 45th Annual Academy Awards® in 1973. Hosted by Michael Caine.

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Touch Me In The Morning – Diana Ross

Pink – Just give me a reason (Pink, one of my favorite and most misunderstood colors of the rainbow)

Lady Gaga – The Edge of Glory — “The body is just a suite of energy that contains Love” – Me

Coldplay – O (Janduny Remix) – Christopher Martin “Birdy”….a voice that helped me find my way home.

David Bowie – Let’s Dance (How we help “charge” Mother Earth’s battery!  How we help “earn our keep” to live here.  It’s a give and take relationship)

 

Ultravox We Came to Dance (Banned in UK version) Time to ditch the “stiff upper lip”

Matrix Reloaded Rave (Zion Dance Party) – Aphrodite Mix (Do you remember Dancing?  It’s a way to generate powerful positive energy and “other things” that bring pleasure)  This morning I had a dream that something that looked like these creatures was locked up and released….what came to me is it’s ability to reproduce very quickly and enough so to take over the earth.  Like a huge parasite.

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3 comments on “9 Nov 2016 The morning after (Maureen McGovern), I like coffee AND tea, Touch Me The Morning After (Diana Ross), Just Give Me a Reason (Pink), On The Edge of Glory (Lady Gaga), Janduny Remix (Coldplay), Let’s Dance (David Bowie)

  1. I just saw a good sign this morning, a rainbow as perfect as done with photoshop… I will take it for a symbol that everything finds a good end… we watched the election the whole night, dogtired today… even the energizer bunny :o)

    • The rainbow is the best of all signs! I think this is the beginning of something truly wonderful and we will do it together. Much love to you all there! Stay warm!

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