I Will

The joys of aging creep upon one ever so quietly. (If you’re under 40, the rest of this probably won’t matter to you)

The sagging neck, the crepe-like patches of skin here and there and everywhere, the spider veins, the short term memory loss – they don’t make their way upon one overnight.

Aging forces one to accept limitations that had never been experienced before.

A series of chores becomes a requirement to get one ready to face a day of keeping busy enough to play the “jedi” mind trick on one’s brain that they have value and add to the collective insanity of the era is the first noticeable sign that you aren’t 40 anymore.

Prior to the magic age of 50 or so, you could bounce up out of bed each morning and get ready to face the f**kery of the day.

Dealing with bullshit, in whatever form, is a thing you had an uncanny knack of dealing with. Nutjobs, psychopath’s, malcontents, idiot savants and the just plain crazy were the ‘normal’ that you could handle.

Beyond 50…the skin begins to sag, the memory isn’t as keen as it once was, the spider veins multiply overnight and you quietly cry to the gods – what the fuck is this all about.

As a result of witnessing your slow demise into seniorship, your ability to withstand bullshit becomes as thin as your crepe-like skin.

About the only thing I’ve been blessed with from the committee of dolphins who started all this, is that I have a healthy scent of when bullshit is presented to me.

From poisonous offerings imposed on the innocents of the modern era, with stench-filled droppings of guano from the powers who shouldn’t be, telling us that their quaint and psuedo-sophisticated dainty daily bullshit is the tonic for the sufferings that common folk endure, and can only be alleviated if one but bends over and takes it up the arse, believing in their finery of dumb things – I will continue to say, until I take my last breath in whatever assisted living facility, or back alley that awaits me – bullshit!

Sadly, in the modern era of f**kery,  the simplest of beauty and miracles of what has been created, is kept from us.

But for those who choose to march to a different drummer – seeking the truth in all things – we stumble upon the graces afforded to each of us by the creator – and once there, come to the realization that we are deeply loved – and have been since the beginning of the circus.

Consider the simplest of the creation’s offerings and let the thought hit you, as it has hit me and countless others before me – we are loved, we are cared for, we are provided with the most exquisite gifts of love from Mother Nature – contrary to the psychopath’s offerings of chemicals that they tell you, with symphonic strings tugging at your heart in their sickening commercials, asking you to check in with the lab white coat, so that they might gain further profits from their industry of continued sickness.

Believe it or not, there is an alternative way:

Please – consider the following:

Compounds in Pomegranate Juice Found to Trigger Cancer Cell Death – via naturalnews.com

Pomegranate juice also provides other health benefits in addition to its anti-cancer benefits. Here are some of them:

It is rich in antioxidants: Pomegranate juice is packed with antioxidants. In fact, it contains higher antioxidant levels than most other fruit juices. It is also three times rich er in antioxidants than red wine and green tea. These antioxidants can help eliminate free radicals from the body, protect cells from damage, and fight inflammation.

It is rich in vitamins: Pomegranate juice can provide more than 40 percent of the daily vitamin C requirement. Make sure to drink homemade or fresh pomegranate to get the most of vitamin C as this vitamin can be broken down when pasteurized. Pomegranate is also a good source of other nutrients, including folate, potassium, and vitamin K.

It is good for the brain: A study found that drinking eight ounces of pomegranate juice every day may enhance learning and memory. The antioxidant content of the juice may also help to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. (Related: Pomegranate juice shown to halt Alzheimer’s disease progression.)

It aids in digestion: The anti-inflammatory properties of pomegranate juice may help improve the digestive function, especially in people with Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and other inflammatory bowel diseases.

It supports heart health: Drinking pomegranate juice may also protect the heart and arteries as it enhances blood flow and prevents arteries from being stiff and thick. It may also stall plaque growth and cholesterol buildup in the arteries. In addition, it may help lower systolic blood pressure.  – via naturalnews.com

Don’t expect to hear about the benefits of a plant from the mainstream media whores – such doesn’t profit their bullshit.

Unadulterated love – pure love – the creator’s love of us each individually – this is what is given to us gratis, upon our entry into this matrix.

Yet we continue to choose the charlatan’s shit-filled dreams that the absolute insanity they offer to all of us each day will bring a gift, that, in reality, is nothing more than being personally pimped each day for their benefit.

Aging brings many a heartbreak…but it reminds us each day of all that is important…that all we hold dear to us, is quite simply, those whom we loved, and who loved us.

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Tonight’s musical offering:

The Beatles – “I Will”

Who knows how long I’ve loved you
You know I love you still
Will I wait a lonely lifetime
If you want me to– I will.
For if I ever saw you
I didn’t catch your name
But it never really mattered
I will always feel the same.
Love you forever and forever
Love you with all my heart
Love you whenever we’re together
Love you when we’re apart.
And when at last I find you
Your song will fill the air
Sing it loud so I can hear you
Make it easy to be near you
For the things you do endear you to me how know I will
I will.

 

 

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