Lex Fridman #100 podcast, a Son and Father interview. Now in days, it is amazing art that is being extinct.

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As I have began my journey in blogging; I have been reading about the successful bloggers and the increase in their income. What I have noticed is that they run queries of what people are searching for? Hence, conforming to what people are searching for…it is in my nature to go the opposite of the crowd.

No, I don’t believe I have ODD (oppositional defiant disorder) 😁. What I post, it is from the bottom of my heart. It has great meaning and depth in nature to me; a meaningful reason to repost, for others to enjoy. I repost in hopes for others to enjoy what I have enjoyed in the process of listening to it.

It is 3:38:33 hour long interview. It is an amazing one. I can honestly say I admire both, to be able to talk for an audience and express emotions. I loved it!

The Shadows in us…

What are the shadows in us? Have you heard of the, “Dark night of the soul?” Anyone who has had any level of awakening…has probably experienced the dark night of the soul. The feeling of emptiness, despair and detachment of ourself. According to the minds journal, Saint John of the Cross, a Spanish monk coined the 7 Omens that Herald the Dark Night of the Soul: 1. You feel a sense of sadness, leading to despair. This sadness is often triggered by the state of your life, humanity and/or the world as a whole. 2. Acute sense of unworthiness 3. You feel as sense of lost or “condemned” to a life of suffering or emptiness. 4. You possess a painful feeling of powerlessness and hopelessness. 5. Your will and self-control is weakened, making it difficult for you to act. 6. You lack interest and find no joy in things that once excited you. 7. You crave for the loss of something intangible; a longing for distant place or to “return home” again. According to. http://www.neuroscitificallychallenged.com, the Amygdala, which is a component of the limbic system, plays an important role in emotions and behavior; hence, when crying oxytocin and endogenous opioids (endorphins) are released. Once the body releases oxytocin it helps calm the mind and when endorphins is released, the body reaches physiological calmness; giving the person, as a whole a peaceful state of being takes over the body, sometimes falling into a deep restful sleep.

Warning: Tear Jerker!

Ten-year old child

When I was 5 or 6 years old, I remember the harsh life in El Salvador. My mother would wake my brother and I up at approximately 3am or 4am to get ready for the day. We would walk to the river, clean up (shower) in the fresh cold river water. It must have been cold, I am 45-years old and I remember to this day. If I could tell Little Sonia, as she gasps for air, when the cold water runs through the body, that God has a bigger plan for her. To hang-on…and be brave to withstand what lies in front of us. What would you tell your little self? When you were ten years of age?