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Love of two birds — Golu lodhi

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I am used to him, he needs me … I am indebted to him, he is worshiping me. How so, how can he come out from his heart .. I am his dream, he is right, my … !!

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The Tales Of A Bird — rabirius

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Birds can talk? Yes, some can and what tales they have to tell.

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Law of Attraction: Manifesting — Awakening to Spirituality

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If you are familiar with the Law of Attraction then you know that everything is energy, and energy vibrates at different frequencies.  So, it makes sense that you attract into your reality experiences, events, and people that are aligned with your energy and vibration.  That is why it is important to raise your vibration and uplift your energy because this will cause your external environment to mirror this same energy.

If what you desire is to attract a new set of experiences, events and people into your reality then continue reading to find out step-by-step how to manifest your desires.

  1. Get clear on what it is that you want!  This step should take some time and will definitely take a lot of thought and insight.  Make sure that you are crystal clear about what your goal is, because if you are unclear about your goal then you will send an unclear message to the Universe and your request will not be able to be fulfilled.
  2. Ask the Universe for what you want! You know the old saying, “You won’t know until you ask,” the same is true for manifesting.  You must kindly ask the Universe for your desire.
  3. Work toward your goals! Once you have asked, you should continue working towards your goals, but make sure you are not continuously doubting if the request will be answered.
  4. Trust the process!  You must have an unwaivering belief that this request will be answered.  You must really put some feeling into it as well, as this will only speed up the manifesting process.  The more belief and trust that you have for the Law of Attraction and your belief that your request will be answered the better.  The Universe will not respond to wishy-washy doubt or disbelief.
  5. Receive and acknowledge what you get!  Make sure that you are open, aware and thankful for what you already have and what you get.  Gratitude is the secret to jumpstarting your manifesting process.  Say thank you in your mind everyday for everything that is present in your life.
  6. Keep your vibration high!  As stated above, in order to attract your desires into your reality you must raise your vibration and keep it there.
  7. Clear your resistance!  In order to be able to receive, you must be open and willing to receive.  Any resistances that may be present within you will prevent you from receiving your wishes from the Universe.  Open your mind and wipe away all of those old belief systems that were instilled in you as children and watch as your desires manifest right before your very eyes.

Now, obviously this is not going to happen overnight, but if you will follow each step and really put your heart and soul into it you will see results!  It’s all about getting to know your true self and identifying what it is that you truly desire.

 

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January Birds — Roth Poetry

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Photo: Dwight L. Roth

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Cold weather in January always brings the birds to my feeder. They bring me a lot of joy as I watch them gobbling down the sunflower seeds and millet. The Red Bellied Woodpecker and Mourning Dove share the feeder together. This is nice to see since birds are often very competitive for the food. Perhaps we could learn from them how to get along.

Woodpecker and dove,  Share my winter bird feeder,  A lesson for all

Photo: Dwight L. Roth

Kim at d’Verse asked us to write a Haibun that talks about January and all it brings with it. I love my winter birds so I chose to write this one.

Come join us at: https://dversepoets.com

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Look at those wings — Amy’s Birds

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I saw this juvenile Bald Eagle circling for a long time over Haney Creek in Stuart yesterday morning.

Eagle wingspan: 6 to 7.5 feet!

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It’s not unusual to see an eagle in this Stuart and Jensen Beach area north of the St. Lucie River, but I think this is the first juvenile I’ve spotted.

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According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission…

The bald eagle, our national bird and a symbol of the United States, is a conservation success story. Today, Florida, has one of the densest concentrations of nesting bald eagles in the lower 48 states. While no longer listed under the U.S. Endangered Species Act or the Florida Endangered and Threatened Species rules, bald eagles remain protected by both the state eagle rule (68A-16.002, F.A.C.) and federal law.

Florida has an Eagle Watch program coordinated through Florida Audubon.

 

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Secret Fantasy — Source of Inspiration

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I have this secret fantasy that sneaks up on me at the most unexpected times. I would not dare act out this forbidden dream, not because of any virtue of mine, but rather because I expect the fantasy is better than the reality.

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Why Sunsets Are So Colorful From The Air 

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Source: Why Sunsets Are So Colorful From The Air | Boldmethod
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Seeing a sunset or sunrise from the cockpit is a view you’ll never forget. Here’s why they’re so stunning and full of color.

First, A Quick Review Of Sunlight

Sunlight, or visible light, can be thought of as a wave and a part of the electromagnetic spectrum. When the spectrum is split up, you see all the colors as a rainbow.

Each visible color has a different wavelength along the spectrum. Blue light has the shortest wavelength at 300 nanometers. Red light has the longest at 700 nanometers. As visible light passes through the Earth’s atmosphere, small particles in the air can scatter shorter wavelengths more efficiently, like what you see on the left side of the diagram below.

During the day, blue light is the primary wavelength that’s scattered in the atmosphere, and only a portion of the blue light is scattered. But when the sun is low in the sky during sunrise or sunset, all of that changes.

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“Scattering” Causes Colorful Sunsets

According to Steve Ackerman, a Meteorologist at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, “because the sun is low on the horizon, sunlight passes through more air at sunset and sunrise than during the day, when the sun is higher in the sky. More atmosphere means more molecules to scatter the violet and blue light away from your eyes. If the path is long enough, all of the blue and violet light scatters out of your line of sight. The other colors continue on their way to your eyes. This is why sunsets are often yellow, orange, and red.”

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Red has the longest wavelength of any visible light, which is why the sun may appear red when setting directly on the horizon. The light has passed through the most atmosphere possible before reaching your eyes.

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Why Are Some Sunsets More Colorful Than Others?

According to National Geographic, you may see more vibrant sunsets based on the seasons. In the east, fall and winter create incredible sunsets because the air tends to be dryer and cleaner for the path of sunlight.

Pollution tends to mute and muddy the colors of sunsets because large particles in the lower atmosphere tend to have that effect. And in general, places with a lot of haze have less dramatic sunsets.

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Why Sunsets Look So Great From The Air

When you’re flying through layers during climb or descent, you’ll find the best sunsets where the sun is clearly visible between multiple layers of clouds.

When sunlight is sandwiched between cloud layers, it bounces off the clouds, further intensifying the sunset. That’s why sunsets often times seem more spectacular from the air.

On top of that, cloud layers can create dramatic shadows on the ground, or on other cloud layers.

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Where have you seen the best sunsets or sunrises? Tell us in the comments below.

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