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Dewey BS: Literary challenge..go for it!! (95* d) RE: BS: Literary challenge..go for it!! 31 Aug 04

Please see my Daily Blog at This writing was received from the Universal Mind, AND NO, I AM *NOT* TRYING TO ASK FOR DONATIONS OR SELL ANYTHING TO ANYONE.

I write about a page a day, from the oversoul and post it at this site.

The written theme is of Directing One's Thought Impluses Toward A Define end, through interaction of the with the infinite intelligents which regulates all intuition, laws of nature, time and space relations through interconnectivity of consciousness. The infinite causeseverything in the universe to work with perfect percission and interactiveness with everything and everyone esle. (i.e. everything and everyone, every time and every event ALL and I do mean ALL has A PURPOSE even the ugly and the disappointing in the universe is PERFECT and has an over-all meaning to the interactive percission and perfection of GOD. This is why all Goals all Goodness , anything imaginable and unimaginable is possible through this higher form of un-ending, never dis-jointed intelligents.

I calculate it will take me a year to compose this text, and about another year to understand it all.

The text has been re-arranged (from as it was written) in prose style for the sake of readability.

Sure it might not be the next Wordsworth, but it is imaginative and profound in its understanding (I am still learning from it)

And the composite language is very diffult to grasp in one sitting.
(For Clarification: the Post Promisary is a time line defining the output of an experience) it is not intended to mean a LEGAL DOCUMENT OF DEMANDS.

Dewey (the nut)

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