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When in   the   heck    did   clothing   companies   stop   making   NORMAL   SIZE   TAGS?   Stretching   nearly   a   meter   long   was   this   stupid   bloody   wash   advice   tag.   WTH?   You   know   the   ones.   The   big   mega   long   humiliating  ones  that  call  your  bullshit. Do  I  go  into  automatic  arrogant  kamikatze   shit-­‐storm  mode?  Did  Polly  crack  em? I  went  bright  red,  my  teeth  grinded  so  hard   I   thought   I   would   chip   a   tooth.   You   could   hear  the  Spaghetti  Western  GunIight  theme   song.  I  said  “Yup,  that’s  my  tag”. Lets   make   this   clear:   The   referential   integrity   between   two   people   is   complex.   Really   complex.   Like   a   mathematical   algorithm   complex.   You   think   that   the   feelings   you   have   will   match   the   feelings   of   another   person   and   the   value   to   which   you   apply   it   will   not   be   in   error   and   will   be   mirrored   fantastically   back   towards   you.   The   logical   implication   between   the   dependencies   is   undecidable   by   reduction   from  the  problem.  YUP.  This  is  how  tricksy   I  Iind  Humans  and  I  Iind  anger. Abort   Mission,   Abandon   ship.   Get   the   Iiretruck  outta  here. I  went  home.  I  threw  some  eggs. All  was  well  again. The  moral  to  the  story?

1. Sometimes its   better   to   have   Iirst   wo rl d   p ro b l e m s   t h a n   dy i n g   o n e s .   Sometimes   they   just   feel   worse.   This   is   a   fact. 2. Don’t  call  a  frazzled  person’s  BS.  Its   dangerous.  It  can  go  either  way. 3. ALWAYS  check  your  clothing  before   venturing. 4. If   its   cold   outside,   get   the   dog   a   jumper.   Otherwise   he   will   pee   on   the   rug.   Some  people  will  judge  this.  It’s  a  fact. 5. Learn   how   to   deal   with   your   anger   and   release   it   in   a   healthy   effective   way,   sending  it  down  the  river  of  love  wrapped   in   silken   butterIly   wings   and   rainbow   blessings  ain’t  gonna  cut  it. 6. When   something   in   your   gut   tells   you   a   person   should   be   avoided   and   don’t   give   them   your   money,   unless   you   are   paying  for  their  food  you’ve  already  eaten,   don’t   do   it.   Always   trust   your   instincts,   especially  when  it  comes  to  real  estate! 7. Don’t  start  throwing  eggs  when  the   man  has  come  to  Iix  the  neighbours  fence.   He   will   not   know   what   you   are   doing,   especially  the  loud  swearing  part.  He  might   call  the  police.  Just  saying. 8. There’s  no  such  thing  as  an  exposed   seam  cardigan.  Its  not  a  thing.  Its  just  not.   9. ELSA   :   Fahren   Sie   den   schmutzigen   Mund 10.

#TYTP-­‐  Trim  your  tags  People

Peace, love   and   always   good   vibes   to   you   beautiful  peeps.  Xx  Kirsten http://www.ponderingsoIkirsten.com/

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Issue 10: August 2016 Lightworker Advocate Magazine  

Issue 10: August 2016 Lightworker Advocate Magazine is on the Everyday Lightworker Principle of Wholeness.

Issue 10: August 2016 Lightworker Advocate Magazine  

Issue 10: August 2016 Lightworker Advocate Magazine is on the Everyday Lightworker Principle of Wholeness.

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