FROM EDEN

by Rachel Lynch in ,


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From the garden of Eden came man. The breath of life. A living being. Man spoke words of beauty beyond wildest dreams. He used his voice to give names to all the fish in the sea and all the birds in the sky. And in others, man saw light, and in this light, he saw himself.

The people of the garden gave their energy to what they wanted. They manifested magic, and watched it materialize in the physical world. They didn't take their lives very personally, they practiced kindness. The electromagnetic field of everything created in nature's garden is pure, and in a state of cooperation and love. Love is the elixir of the universe, the cause of all harmonies. They bathed in this elixir and it filled them. He who has light, finds he lacks nothing.

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