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Matty's Journal

September 2011

Theodore Grussing photo taken from his plane, over Sedona AZ.

Home again. . . fantastic being with daughter Kelly & the

sweetest grand-baby Makenzie. A magical child she is. Her

choice to experience her life from a perspective of singular

quality of being. Not sure how else to describe how she

sees her world.

Everything about being in Chicago was perfect. The weather,

my connecting with my daughter, holding Makenzie, feeling pure

love energy from her.


While in Chicago we went to the museum of Science & Industry.

There was a cross section of a healthy brain, Kelly pointed out

how the 'ridges' of a healthy brain has a particular pattern,

Makenzie's brain is rounded, no ridges, this is called,

Neuronal Migration Disorder – Pachygyria with infantile spasms.

There's no common denominator, each individual who is diagnosed

with Pachygyria has a unique way of progressing.


Makenzie's seizures have stopped. She is on a high protean, high

fat regime of eating. (the word diet gets stuck in my gut) take

the 't' away and you're left with die. . . who thought that one up???

these prayers were written by daughter Kelly


Now I wake me up to live
I'm open to receive and give

My love and light are to share
That it touches others is my prayer

If my path should be blocked
I cope and pray and won't be stopped

Now I lay me down to sleep
Rejuvenation runs down deep

I take the lessons from the day
trusting that they will shine the way

With gratitude and peace, and peace at heart
Tomorrow provides a brand new start!
Tomorrow provides a brand new start!

this is from Michael Brown, I'm sure you will have a smile

on your face when you hear his beautiful words.


Oh how blessed am I.................


One fantastic Video!

How they ever made this film will stay a secret .

sound ON , click link below


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a friend told me what she was taking for stress, saying

“this is really good stuff”

there's no 'stress' in my life, TG

looking the word up in the dictionary;


to subject to the action of external forces

Websters Dictionary

well, well, well. . .

what now?




Now more then ever it is so important to turn your TV's off,

stop listening to the news, reading the news paper.

The only truth comes from the heart.

Our 'Neighbors' have been watching us, protecting us,

being our cheering section.

Now it is time for us to be our 'own' cheering section.

To know that we've chosen these times, to be present

to what Gaia/Source desires for all of us.


Enjoy the journey you've chosen.

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Some Things You Keep

Some things you keep.

Like good teeth.

Warm coats.

Bald husbands.

They're good for you, reliable and practical and so sublime that
to throw them away would make the garbage man a thief.

So you hang on because something old is sometimes better than
something new, and what you know is often better than a

These are my thoughts.  They make me sound old, old and tame
and dull at a time when everybody else is risky and racy and
flashing all that's new and improved in their lives.

New careers, new thighs, new lips, new cars.

The world is dizzy with trade-ins.

I could keep track, but I don't think I want to.

I grew up in the fifties with practical parents;
a mother, God bless her, who washed aluminum foil after she
cooked in it, then reused it - and still does.

A father who was happier getting old shoes fixed than buying new

They weren't poor, my parents, they were just satisfied.

Their marriage was good, their dreams focused.
Their best friends lived barely a wave away.

I can see them now, Dad in trousers and tee shirt and Mom in a
house dress, lawn mower in one hand, dishtowel in the other.

It was a time for fixing things - a curtain rod, the kitchen
radio, screen door, the oven door, the hem in a dress.

Things you keep.

It was a way of life, and sometimes it made me crazy.
All that re-fixing, reheating, renewing, I wanted just once to
be wasteful.  Waste meant affluence.  Throwing things away meant
there'd always be more.

But then my father died, and on that clear autumn night in the
chill of the hospital room, I was struck with the pain of
learning that sometimes there isn't any "more."

Sometimes what you care about most gets all used up and goes
away, never to return.

So, while you have it, it's best to love it and care for it and
fix it when it's broken and heal it when it's sick.

That's true for marriage and old cars and children with bad
report cards and dogs with bad hips and aging parents.

You keep them because they're worth it, because you're worth it.

Some things you keep.

Like a best friend that moved away or a classmate you grew up
with, there are just some things that make life important...
people you know are special...and you KEEP them close!

~Author unknown~


Kadupul Flower

The legendary flower, named Kadupul, is believed to be an offering of Celestial Nagas
for Buddha after they bloom. Kadupul flowers emit strange fragrance as it blooms
during midnight. Strangely, these flowers immediately die during dawn.
Seeing Kadupul flower blooms is a very rare experience among those that grow
the flower. Kadupul flower is native to Sri Lankan lands but still, the blooming
of the flowers has rarely been spotted even by the locals.

Cherish yourself, know you are 'one' of a kind,

the only 'YOU', no one does you better.

There fore there's never any judgments on how you view your world.

The Thrive Premiere Gathering at the Craneway Pavilion

On November 11, 2011 THRIVE will be released worldwide on the Internet and have its debut screening at the beautiful Craneway Pavilion on the San Francisco Bay.
You can further explore the THRIVE movement:



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