The Movement of Peace

Red Boots
In the face of war, in the face of adversity, in the face of loss, I see Fate. An energy ever strong, ever present, ever staggering. I gasp at her power and I lose faith in the road to Destiny. I question myself immediately, Is this road possible for me or other people? I feel disempowered, small, empty. I am sheltering in. I employ my fantasy and I watch happy movies and anything with happy visuals from a world of silly worries and trivial pursuits. I escape in tidying up my house, clearing up my desk and taking lazy days in bed for no reason. As the world keeps turning fast, I pace myself to my slowest or even to my fastest but surely not to my most conscious one.…
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Precious meat bones

Precious meat bones

Red Boots
Have you thought about the right job for you, how the ideal partner would be for you or how your house should be? Have you made plans for the next five years, the next twelve months or the next week? Have you written down a list of all the things you want to have in your life, having included them to your gratitude list as well so you don't appear arrogant in the eyes of the cosmic universe? And did you send prayers and include that in rituals in hopes of a good outcome? Have you been nice but also an advocate of how good you are and how well you can do it all? Maybe you have, maybe you thought or maybe you have acted any of the above.…
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Green parrots

Green parrots

Red Boots
Green parrots They appeared sometime in spring, some years ago. Only a couple of them at first, then a flock. They are exotic green with beautiful details of red and blue on their heads, curved beaks and turned-out toes. I could not but focus on their appearance as they forced me to stand of my desktop and walked to the balcony to admire their singing-talking. The visits became frequent and for many weeks, which only later I realized that they were actually months and months, they became the most trusted friends. Always on time, around one hour before sunset, depending on the season and always staying for ten or so minutes. Never more. They fly to the neighborhood and then they sit only on top branches. They are so light…
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