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I think it takes a whole lot of courage as well, to expose your thoughts and feelings like you did in this post.
A lot of people walk in and out our lives to teach us a lesson (or we in and out theirs). Most people look upon them as merely strangers and miss out on the lessons. You obviously see both the soul and the message. Even without words. In return you use your lessons to inspire others. As their stranger.
Warvis, thank you for your words. It was an intense experience and a profound message was unveiled to me at that moment.
I saw the a “web”, a grid of connectivity of how we truly are linked together somehow. Maybe it sound bit “out there”, but I can live with that.
It was mystical. xo, MIchi
Thanks for writing and sharing this one, Michi. I have put it in my memory file for a book that I have had dancing in my subconscious for more than 25 years. I will share with you what immediately came to mind as I read your story; Only in the presence of light could such darkness arise.
I see her as an “angel,” to use our normal personification of “beings of light,” come down to “stir up the (supposedly) clear running water” and let people feel the darkness they may have been previously unaware of within.
wow, thank you for sharing this. I loved “Only in the presence of light could such darkness arise.”
I am blown away here. I have scribbling more about her, because I actually saw here again a few weeks ago, sitting outside the central station. Unfortunately I was on a bus, so I couldn’t talk to her. She wore a dress this time, but still no panties on. She was eating something and stirred the people around her, but she just sat there without a shred of reaction.
So I believe that it’s what you say, she was some sort of an “angel”, a bringer of uncomfortable truth.
Thank you so much for being able to share your thoughts and understand.
Just read this today…what an experience. The first thing that came to my mind was that she is in anguish. She is suffering. She is in pain with no one to help her. The craving to belong and be needed can make a person do many things. Believe me, I know this to be true.
Excellent writing Michi!! Missing you on the RWE posts!! Take care.
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