,July 9, 2021
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Obviously childhood when everything including this world is just a play. When you say to your friend I will not talk to you any more and just after few seconds you giggle together. This is the safest period when nobody can hurt you
This is a thought-jerker 😂 I need some time to properly think about this one.
None. And all of them. We are safe at any moment, protected by our inner self and one deep, silent yet so powerful true and holistic, and never ending energy. However we are on a journey where we slowly remember it, more and more. Each in his or her intended pace. Until we fully remember it, we have moments where we feel un safe. But that is of course an illusion, a short term “foregetness”. And we take a leap, from remembering and safety to forget and un safety. And it’s ok… it’s ok.
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