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– When I’m Gone🕊Luke Le Bree.🕊

My beautiful people of my heart, Many times we are challenged by the part of us which is not got the human consciousness and would like to take us over for nothing exists for it out side of what we see touch and hear. The other side of ourselves see’s the unseen, hears that which is not heard , and feels the glorious connection of all that is. If the latter is active in prayer and awareness it is protected and made stronger so the wild side of the other part of us , becomes tame and feels safe to surrender to this Higher part of ourselves. If on the other hand that higher part becomes lazy and unaware of its higher calling it will be taken and devoured by the lower aspect and you then live in a world where everyone is putting down others and fighting for supremacy.
So my beautiful ones become one throughout your day with our God of love in the privacy of your world and in your prayers find answers to all you need to rise to. Know only you can limit yourself ,for when you move as one with God miracles will follow. For your awareness has been set free to create all that will uplift the people trapped in a violent world of limitation. Today I asked of you friends to pray for a young lady with cancer , she has a 3 year old child and her mum needs a miracle , remember a miracle is not a wish for a good result , its knowing the best outcome can happen and will happen no matter the outcome. Empower yourselves by letting your relationship with God, is the most important step for you and all you come in contact with. Be a warrior of love and light and except nothing else. I know each of you are moving if not already doing this wonderful accomplishment, and I weep for the beauty i see in you. Blessings. Luke Le Bree.

“Mix – Paul Costa” 💙💙💙

Mix – Paul Costa: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVuKtyc7dfY&list=RDEMxyosCPr2_ke_BWIk7-cBoA

Australia introduces the best Country Musican Paul Costa

“THE F A L L OF MAN!!”💙💙

“THE F A L L OF MAN!!” a.k.a.: “Another Bloody Interpretation About Adam & Eve & The Serpent & The Tree (Of Knowledge) From Yours Truly, The Mystic Poet!” 🙂 March 18, 2018 Sunday.

It’s JUST a story – SYMBO – LOGY!

THE FALL OF MAN,

‘Twas Adam’s Ee – (v),

Who offered-an-apple,

One Fine Day –

This is what “His Eve”

Did say:

“HAVE SOME FRUIT – IT’S GOOD FOR YOU – IT’S SWEET, and

SATISFIES YOU,

TOO!”

1000 “interps” of THIS item,

AN APPLE! We all,

Like to bite-’em!

And my take?

On this-a-Fine “Allure,”

A morsel!

From your girl demure:

THE APPLE =

Explanations,

Of-anything,

From ALL the nations!

Whenever you-hear another phrase,

To-explain,

THE MYSTERY!

With “means and ways,”

It’s when your lady,

Offers you,

An explanation!

Something new!?

To answer all the questions! FINE!

Well, say: “My, My!” and grab some wine,

And offer her a BIG GLASS too,

A prelude for a gracious s – – – –

“Honey!” says your wife and mate,

“Let me tell you-about –

YOUR FATE!

About the REASON(S) things occur,

And Why’s and How’s,

Let’s take a TOUR,

For I’ve discovered a(the)

SACRED SPACE! (an awesome pause!)

Quite beyond the human race!

WHERE NO ONE GOES AND NO ONE KNOWS,

AND YOU DO NOT NEED TO SUPPOSE!

I’ll take you there!”

And,

As she speils,

HIS eyes glazed over,

And! He reels,

Of (the)-fanciful-dreams, which (heretofore) were untold,

And, NOW, the truth, it has been sold!

Remember, ADAM,

THE MYSTERY!

Is-a-fine-veil,

It’s HISTORY!

Which-is beyond the foibles of mortal man,

THERE IS NO REASON; THERE IS

NO PLAN! 🙂

fin. ❤

Haiku: entitled: “THE MYSTERY!”

I got it NOW!

I’ve worked it out.

Dreams are “vapor!”

Blessings, Luke Le Bree.😇

Read this most trusted people for it comes to you in the timing of all that is real. The completeness of God takes in all life here on earth as well as all that lives within the layers of the unseen.
The life on earth that each of you lay claim to, has throughout your history rebelled against the oneness of love, being Gods law. The reason being in rebellion brings a false feeling of power yet it is always short lived and you find other Idols to support and another false sense of power arises as you destroy the previous Idol.
The truth and real reality is always in existence for it is life itself and love is its reward to rest in. So God calls to you to turn to this which will uplift you to true reality , but it requires you to believe in the beautiful workings of Gods presents. It asks you to let go of the temporary stirrings of rebellion and power and take on the total faith that delivers you to the paradises of Life itself. Only through your choice to have total faith in the power of love (God) and his mercies through the Savior (Jesus Christ ) then your faith will deliver you to the only permanent reality of truth.
You sit now in the very times that has been prophesied that will bring you home to truth and into the very family of God through your choice to live Gods law. Otherwise if your choice is to believe in the falseness of separation from love (God) you will then perish by the choice you have accepted as your power and understanding which is darkness (separation from the light)
Each day dearest family of God make yourself aware of the truth of life and have the faith to (walk on water) live it. Blessings, Luke Le Bree.

THE UNITED WIVES’ FRONT!”♨♨

“THE UNITED WIVES’ FRONT!” Sunday: March 18, 2018. {to be sung to the tune of: “My Favorite Things!”}

She is my mommy, with something quite extra,

I’m over-joyed when I ge-et to text (h)er,

She is “The One” with the go-old-en band,

It is my wifey – if you understand!

When I kiss her -then my heart leaps,

Up into my throat!

She is my Sweetie, and I am her beau,

On her – I do

Li-i-i-i-ke,

To Gloat!

We never argue – we only “discuss” things,

I like to give her – The Wo-orld,

And nice things;

She is my best friend – and I am her slave,

She is the gal upon whom I do rave!

When we are close,

And I hold her,

I-still fee-eel

Shy!

Because

Let Me tell you –

She’s my wifey-poo,

THE A-APPLE OF –

MY EYE! 🙂

Yes, she’s MY MOMMY, With-the-stuff-I-a-do-ore,

She’s-a witch in the kitchen,

And – also a h-h- {so-much-mo-ore}

We lay through the night, With a scream and a squeal,

It’s-our something special,

Oh, gosh, what a deal!

Sooooo –

Throw off your knickers!

Bring out the oil –

Come-on, Gird up your “stuff,”

It’s time for THE WILD THING,

We’ll slobber and sigh –

I can never ge-e-t –

Eeeeee –

Nuff! ❤

fin. ❤

Bladder problems read this😶

When New York Mets fans found out that their star pitcher, Matt Harvey, was suffering from an “unspecified ailment,” they quickly assumed the worst. Was he out of practice indefinitely? Was his arm permanently damaged in some way? Would he have to be replaced at this Sunday’s season opener? Fortunately, the problem fixed itself quickly. At a press conference on Tuesday, Harvey announced it had been nothing serious: He’d just been holding his pee too long … which led to a bladder infection … which led to a blood clot in his bladder. NBD!
“I guess the main issue is I hold my urine in for too long, instead of peeing regularly,” Harvey informed the group of reporters who had inadvertently gathered to learn more about his bathroom habits. Fortunately, there’s a long-term solution: “I have to retrain my bladder to use the restroom a little bit more, instead of holding it in.”
We here at Slate were horrified to hear that a person could actually excrete bloody pee (yes, this happened) merely because that person had been holding it in a little too long (because let’s be real, we’ve all been there). To find out more, I called up Anne Schuckman, director of urologic oncology at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, because this is my real-life job that I get paid to do.
“People can definitely have blood in the urine with a bladder infection—there’s no question,” Schuckman told me. A bladder infection, which is usually caused by the bacteria E. coli, results in the weakening and inflammation of your bladder’s mucus lining. Infected bladder linings are inflamed, and irritated, and can bleed, just like an infection of the mouth. (By the way, a bladder infection is the more severe form of a urinary tract infection, or UTI, which encompasses an infection anywhere along the urinary tract, including in the kidneys, urethra, or ureter.)
It’s the holding his urine “in for too long” part that raises questions. But it turns out that if you make a recurring habit of keeping it in or only emptying your bladder halfway every time you go (seriously, who does that?), you’re inviting infection—that leaves urine in the bladder long enough to become more susceptible to harboring bacteria. “If you are routinely holding in your urine for 12 hours at a time, that certainly could be a cause for urinary tract infection,” Schuckman says.
But the key word there is “routinely”: We’re talking about chronic un-emptiers here. Schuckman stresses that holding it in just once or twice—you remember your last long road trip where you were too embarrassed to admit you had to make another pit stop 30 minutes after you stopped at a gas station—is really, quite probably, not going to give you a bladder infection. Or else we’d all be peeing blood by now, amirite?
So Harvey must have been delaying pretty frequently to give himself a bladder infection—apparently he’s just that focused on perfecting his craft. (By the way, Mets fans, he is now “completely fine” and has been cleared to pitch at Sunday’s opening game against the Kansas City Royals.) But one thing still doesn’t make sense: After experiencing those initial, terrible symptoms of pain, burning, and overall discomfort that come along with a UTI, wouldn’t Harvey have realized he had an issue, gone to the doctor, and gotten antibiotics before it got to the level of blood-in-urine? I know I would have!
That’s easy for me to say, because I’m a woman. Our urethras are shorter, meaning there’s a much higher chance that the wrong bacteria make it into the urinary tract. As a result, about 50 percent of women experience at least one UTI within their lifetimes (though, ladies, beware: Because the symptoms can be so similar, many emergency rooms wrongly diagnose STIs as UTIs). As a result, women are more likely to recognize what a UTI feels like. “Men in particular don’t really know the signs and symptoms of a urinary tract infection, so it may be that it gets to the point where there’s blood in the urine before they realize there’s a problem,” Schuckman says. Ouch.
That’s worrisome, because blood in urine could indicate a deeper problem—like kidney stones, prostate cancer, or a tumor on the bladder, she adds. Luckily, when discovered, a bladder infection is easily treated with antibiotics.
OK, that’s probably plenty about Harvey’s UTI. But what about the possibility that holding it in too long can make your bladder explode? Legend has it that that’s what happened to Tycho Brahe, the 16th-century astronomer who mapped more than 1,000 stars and who died abruptly at the age of 54 after his bladder exploded like a supernova. Here’s the story: During a royal banquet in October 1601, Brahe was so polite that, despite being in immense urinary discomfort, he refused to recuse himself from the table to use the bathroom. For his consideration, he was rewarded with a ruptured bladder, and an untimely death. Or something like that.
Yeah, not so much, says Schuckman. “Before you get to the point where your bladder would burst, most people would be incontinent,” she says. “The pressure it would take to rupture your bladder would be tremendous.”
Delightful. Our bodies truly are our best friends.When New York Mets fans found out that their star pitcher, Matt Harvey, was suffering from an “unspecified ailment,” they quickly assumed the worst. Was he out of practice indefinitely? Was his arm permanently damaged in some way? Would he have to be replaced at this Sunday’s season opener? Fortunately, the problem fixed itself quickly. At a press conference on Tuesday, Harvey announced it had been nothing serious: He’d just been holding his pee too long … which led to a bladder infection … which led to a blood clot in his bladder. NBD!
“I guess the main issue is I hold my urine in for too long, instead of peeing regularly,” Harvey informed the group of reporters who had inadvertently gathered to learn more about his bathroom habits. Fortunately, there’s a long-term solution: “I have to retrain my bladder to use the restroom a little bit more, instead of holding it in.”
We here at Slate were horrified to hear that a person could actually excrete bloody pee (yes, this happened) merely because that person had been holding it in a little too long (because let’s be real, we’ve all been there). To find out more, I called up Anne Schuckman, director of urologic oncology at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, because this is my real-life job that I get paid to do.
“People can definitely have blood in the urine with a bladder infection—there’s no question,” Schuckman told me. A bladder infection, which is usually caused by the bacteria E. coli, results in the weakening and inflammation of your bladder’s mucus lining. Infected bladder linings are inflamed, and irritated, and can bleed, just like an infection of the mouth. (By the way, a bladder infection is the more severe form of a urinary tract infection, or UTI, which encompasses an infection anywhere along the urinary tract, including in the kidneys, urethra, or ureter.)
It’s the holding his urine “in for too long” part that raises questions. But it turns out that if you make a recurring habit of keeping it in or only emptying your bladder halfway every time you go (seriously, who does that?), you’re inviting infection—that leaves urine in the bladder long enough to become more susceptible to harboring bacteria. “If you are routinely holding in your urine for 12 hours at a time, that certainly could be a cause for urinary tract infection,” Schuckman says.
But the key word there is “routinely”: We’re talking about chronic un-emptiers here. Schuckman stresses that holding it in just once or twice—you remember your last long road trip where you were too embarrassed to admit you had to make another pit stop 30 minutes after you stopped at a gas station—is really, quite probably, not going to give you a bladder infection. Or else we’d all be peeing blood by now, amirite?
So Harvey must have been delaying pretty frequently to give himself a bladder infection—apparently he’s just that focused on perfecting his craft. (By the way, Mets fans, he is now “completely fine” and has been cleared to pitch at Sunday’s opening game against the Kansas City Royals.) But one thing still doesn’t make sense: After experiencing those initial, terrible symptoms of pain, burning, and overall discomfort that come along with a UTI, wouldn’t Harvey have realized he had an issue, gone to the doctor, and gotten antibiotics before it got to the level of blood-in-urine? I know I would have!
That’s easy for me to say, because I’m a woman. Our urethras are shorter, meaning there’s a much higher chance that the wrong bacteria make it into the urinary tract. As a result, about 50 percent of women experience at least one UTI within their lifetimes (though, ladies, beware: Because the symptoms can be so similar, many emergency rooms wrongly diagnose STIs as UTIs). As a result, women are more likely to recognize what a UTI feels like. “Men in particular don’t really know the signs and symptoms of a urinary tract infection, so it may be that it gets to the point where there’s blood in the urine before they realize there’s a problem,” Schuckman says. Ouch.
That’s worrisome, because blood in urine could indicate a deeper problem—like kidney stones, prostate cancer, or a tumor on the bladder, she adds. Luckily, when discovered, a bladder infection is easily treated with antibiotics.
OK, that’s probably plenty about Harvey’s UTI. But what about the possibility that holding it in too long can make your bladder explode? Legend has it that that’s what happened to Tycho Brahe, the 16th-century astronomer who mapped more than 1,000 stars and who died abruptly at the age of 54 after his bladder exploded like a supernova. Here’s the story: During a royal banquet in October 1601, Brahe was so polite that, despite being in immense urinary discomfort, he refused to recuse himself from the table to use the bathroom. For his consideration, he was rewarded with a ruptured bladder, and an untimely death. Or something like that.
Yeah, not so much, says Schuckman. “Before you get to the point where your bladder would burst, most people would be incontinent,” she says. “The pressure it would take to rupture your bladder would be tremendous.”
Delightful. Our bodies truly are our best friends.