The Something Monologues

TSM117 : What Does the Light (of God) Want From Us ?

I dedicate this monologue to Sandor for his seemingly endless support for yours truly ! Thanks buddy for caring from so far away ! May you discover the light within !

Many of you have heard me talk about my experience of being taken to merge with the light on an ET craft in 2011. In today's monologue I ask "What Does the Light Want From Us ?" and suggest an answer. An answer that coincides with what I believe we ought to want from ourselves. 

Enjoy Dudes and Dudettes !

Brighty. ;-)

 

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TSM94 : I Am a Serial Killer and So Are You

I'm a sucker for dramatic titles. You'll have to listen to this to find out if I am a serial killer !

In today's monologue I explore our interconnectedness and the impact that our diets and lifestyles have on other living things. Carnivours, Omnivours, Pescans/Pescatarians, Vegetarians and Vegans watch out ! Air eaters get a way with full marks !

Relevant links :

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eucalyptus_(novel)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabbits_in_Australia

http://www.paks.com.au/index.php/other-products/aldi-bunnybait-oat-bait-for-rabbits

Enjoy !

Brighty. 

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TSM91 : The Illusion of Control and the Power of Surrender

One of the unsaid rules of life is that we all want control and believe that we have control. But control is just an illusion. We only seem to see the illusion when the things we take for granted are taken away from us. Recognizing that we have little control sometimes forces us into a place of surrender. In today's monologue, I explore how losing control can bring us to our knees and help us to accept what is, while handing over the script of our lives to something far greater than our individual lives. 

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TSM90 : If Only…A Game of Interconnectedness

We've all had that sense that everything happens for a reason ! 


In today's monologue I play a little game of 'if only', using some events from my own life and some well known historical events, to demonstrate how everything is connected and how one thing leads to another. 
I'd be curious to hear your own list of personal and collective 'if only's'.

PS. I'm lousy with history - Robert Bruce is actually Robert The Bruce. 
PPS. I had to edit out a bunch of personal stuff I shouldn't have put in this monologue, so it shifts a little abruptly early on, from one thing to another. 
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