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June 30th, 2008

healer @ 01:24 am

I was talking with jackie about my idea of opening a bakery here in the city

not because I would love to bake so much
but I would love to have daily access to those pastries and breads I enjoy so much in various places in europe

she's totally bent on me being an acupuncturist
have to go school

she listened to me
then said
" you'd rather do that than be a healer? "

what?
I can only do one?


so I've been thinking about it

and is yummy pastry healing?

is sucking off 8 fat sweaty hairy men healing?

is dancing naked around a fire healing?

I don't want to be a Healer

I heal
I aid in healing

but the world doesn't want to be healed
I Know that
I've seen
I've pushed
I've listened

there are a million stories to be played
and they are all as valid
so why be so obsessed with people playing the game of " I wanna "
and shooting themselves in the foot all the time?


yeah I was born of these people
and you can throw a dime and hit a thousand if them

but I'd really really rather camp with the kids who enjoy life
and living

and living
 
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From:(Anonymous)
Date:July 2nd, 2008 03:28 am (UTC)
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bread is good healing in my book, sweets
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From:leafshimmer
Date:July 5th, 2008 08:30 pm (UTC)
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I'm definitely in favor of anything that brings more yummy pastry into the world.

One of the minor tragedies of my life has been how very seldom do I get to savor a good old fashioned properly made cinnamon bun.
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From:jamblue
Date:July 10th, 2008 04:20 am (UTC)
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pastries
dancing naked
sucking

mmmmmmmmm
yum

I once lived with a pastry chef prone to occasional insomnia.
We'd wake up to fresh warm eclairs or cinnamin buns.. sometimes both.
I'd never imagined to find those items in a kitchen equipped with a wood fired stove and kerosene lamps.

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