Hello to you. How are you doing these days? It’s getting cooler and the trees are doing a slow striptease of their gold and red dresses.
My friend and I use a chat site called Healthful Chats and in order to find each other he uses my age as a code. I decided to see what the words and numbers said :
“five plus two equals seven” in the English Ordinal system equals 3(yes, no, may be in the unknown eternity)
“death” in the English Ordinal system equals 38
“balance” in the English Ordinal system equals 38
Everything we say, think and do seems to have some kind of significance if you really peel back the surface…even just a little bit. What’s ironic is my friend really started to have problems on the date of my birthday this past year and we had never met yet. One of the core issues he’s been dealing with is death!
Hello there, how are you doing today? It’s already Thursday and the end of the week approaches. We had frost on the ground this morning – not ready for cold weather yet!
As usual, I was having trouble coming up with a topic for today. Things just don’t flow like they used to! One of my friends was talking about a loop he’s having in his head and I decided to run it through the numbers. The numeric value seems to match pretty close to what the words are saying:
“repair die run move on” in the English Ordinal system equals 222 (continual process of light and shadow selves all the way through)
I decided to add the slash as a word and something interesting happened:
“repairslashdieslashrunslashmove on” in the English Ordinal system equals 399 (Jackie =39 and thirteen = 99!) yes, no, may be of a “no” “no” process.
this phrase kind of correlates to the above process:
“wherever you go there you are” in the English Ordinal system equals 328 (life =32 man=28) yes, no, may be process of light and shadow in eternity and or on the racetrack of life.
What I have figured out about running away is I haven’t been able to escape from myself . Whatever behaviors I exhibit in one place, I will have the same ones in the new place. It’s hard to change but sometimes unless you change, you won’t ever grow as a person. Change has seldom come easy to me!
Hello to you. How are you doing today? I’m doing ok just kind of in a holding pattern to hear whether or not the offer I put down on a house is enough. I am living in a state where it almost seems like people are walking the streets with fists full of cash on a giant Monopoly board.
Sometimes it doesn’t feel like it is a fair competition. From what we are being told a lot of people are leaving California and coming here. I can’t really say too much as I am a transplant from Texas. Some of the similar things that are happening here were happing in Texas too. We got way more than we originally paid for our house.
I want to look at fair competition in the numbers:
“fair competition” in the English Ordinal system equals 173 (one all vices in check and yes, no, may be existence)
“one seven three” in the English Ordinal system equals 155 (one all the senses all the senses)
“one five five” in the English Ordinal system equals 118 (one one in eternity and or on the racetrack of life)
“one one eight ” in the English Ordinal system equals 117 (one one all the vices in check)
“one one seven” in the English Ordinal system equals 133 (one yes, no, may be and yes, no, may be existence)
“one three three” in the English Ordinal system equals 146 (one left side of the brain all vices in check but one)
“one four six” in the English Ordinal system equals 146 (end of pattern)