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Seeds, prayers, dawa, and Chopra

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After Benghazi attacks, Islamist extremists akin to al-Qaeda stir fear in eastern Libya
By Abigail Hauslohner, Published: October 26


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What is unfolding here may be the most extreme example of the confrontation underway across Libya, underscoring just how deeply the fundamentalists have sown their seeds in the security vacuum that has defined Libya since the fall of Moammar Gaddafi last September.

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“seeds”; xref: “Point out instead – the universe is always bringing to us a stream of results and rewards which stem from our wishes and wants.

{Pray to God for what you think you need, and you will find what God knows you need}

{{“I, and who else who are part of what prayer…” Prayer is an unfolding [There you go. Have a good weekend]. The word ‘ray’ is in the word ‘pray’, p.ray [door. door]. Ray is a line with direction. Rays are found in Geometry. Rays are vectors. When who uses matrix algebra to solve a problem who is making a prayer. [Yea. Yup. Something after …]
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Wishes and wants are like seeds and {who, or why, or when, or where that result – } the things that happen to us, are the sprouting of those seeds.

When we try to make it to a prayer line, we are actually trying to line up with the geometry of events unfolding: Prayer lines are more than social gatherings. The time of prayer is defined by a ratio of light and dark which results in a certain length shadow (a proof what is solid) [cough] . We feel there are five unique moods [thun] of shadow length during the day, and we feel it is reasonable to test the growth of our seeds of thought and hope and desire in the context of these five different moods each day so we develop realistic expectations. Karl Marx wrote, “Hunt in the morning, fish in the afternoon, and philosophize at night,” Our prayer has at least all three of these aspects in it., and thus we find the pause and say of pray and the hunt and fish and gather and keep your cover, if you can or want to, and get a receipt of prey in the context of all five moods – as if we got five days in one. Karl Marx would be proud. [door]
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Some seeds take a long time to sprout – a child inspired to play the piano can be planting a seed that grows for a life time.

Formal prayer continues to grow your entire life and across generations making “more perfect” our comprehension of the root directory of all creation.

Dawa prayer, for particular people, places and things – spoken from the heart with any words you feel are the right ones to express your hopes is a more unique and sometimes more temporary prayer for a particular need, interest or problem. But it can also be for a particular person, place or thing, and it comes back each time you make Dawa for whom or where… or when …bu
All of us are working on both big and small desires. Not all of these can come true at once. Each desire has it’s own season, it’s own way of coming true.”

The seven spiritual laws for parents; Chopra, Deepak, Harmony Books, 1997 – with WLH / haji MAO editing updates

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