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Energy Share for Sunday July 1, ...

Posted Oct 22 2008 4:22pm

Energy Share for Sunday
July 1, 2007

No-Thought for the Day

Life is a verb. Life is not a noun, it is really "living" not "life." It is not love, it is loving. It is not relationship, it is relating. It is not a song, it is singing.

It is not a dance, it is dancing.

See the difference, savor the difference.

Osho International Foundation

My apologies for not getting out last Sunday's energy share to you. What with internet connection problems, a complicated travel and treatment schedule, and family time with my nephew who is on summer break, I just couldn't quite get it all together. I'm sure you can relate to times like that. Whew.

I posted the latest weather update for the west, midwest and southern regions of the States to bring some attention to the effects of floods and fires that have devastated parks and homes across the country. My parents, who live in Houston, Texas, have been spared from the most destructive floods. And everyday I send balancing energy to them as well as the people who have been forced out of house and home by fires in Lake Tahoe, California. Please join me in sending a boost to those folks and the emergency rescue teams who put their lives at risk to save others. Checkout also the previous inspirational posts of the week.

Today I sang out your names and sent the sound vibrations across space and time to you. Revel in the boost of energy I send to you while I joyfully welcome the boost from you with open arms. With heartfelt gratitude, I thank you all for being a part of this energy share.

Enjoy every moment and live the passionate life you intend it to be.

a hui hou (Until we meet again),


1. Lydia Smith-Lenardson, Moreno Valley, California, USA
2. Lynn Wilson, Manchester, England, UK
3. Judy Oliver, Silver Spring, MD, USA
4. Joan Anderson, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
5. Sandra Richer, Banff, Alberta, Canada
6. Lena Goon, Banff, Alberta, Canada
7. Mari Hayama, Berkeley, California, USA
8. Veronica Hansen, Sarina, Queensland, Australia
9. Mirjam Kik, Oude, Tonge, The Netherlands
10. Andy Cooper, Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China
11. Sheryl Morris, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
12. Andy Yantha, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
13. , Omaha, Nebraska, USA
14. Joseph Bennett, Ventura, California, USA
15. Steve and Karen Edwards, Gunnislake, Cornwall, England
16. Rev. Patricia Lusher, Berlin, Vermont, USA
17. Patricia Blundon, Pembroke,Ontario
18. Violet Moreau, Pembroke,Ontario
19. Brian Yeates, Dublin, Ireland
20. Dunni Olasehan, Lagos, Nigeria
21. Austin Ndego, Lagos, Nigeria
22. Gurjinder Strom, Miami, Florida, USA
23. Natasha Adair, Olney Springs, Colorado, USA
24. Amy Manuel, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
25. Janet Kinge, Basingstoke, UK
26. Janet Henningsen, Indialantic, Florida, USA
27. Sister Mary Mebane, Santa Maria, California, USA
28. Denise Matthews,Nottinghamshire, UK
29. Meelah Rasheed, Columbia, South Carolina, USA
30. Chandra Madrona, Tacoma, WA, USA
31. Eve Hale, Hampshire, England, UK
32. Sandy Kolman, Belleville, Illinois, USA
33. Hilary Bisaillon, Yorktown, Virginia, USA
34. Heidi Fruhling, Ft. Collins, Colorado, USA
35. Maree Rogers, Hastings, Westernport Bay, Australia
36. Carol Gent, Lancashire, England, UK
37. Matthew Leonard, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA
38. Moira Congreve, England, UK
39. Silvia Weisz, Melbourne, Australia
40. Grant Luckey, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
41. Les Tenold, Sandy Springs, Georgia- Fulton, USA

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