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A Lady's Prerogative: Sanata Claws And His Helves - FINISHED or is it?

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Taking A Day Off Day

I originally had plans to attend the Grassy Narrows protest at Queen's Park in Toronto today (Thursday July 21, 2022) but really felt ill (probably close to heat stroke as I don't have a fan or air conditioner). But that's alright, there's a lot of other people with health conditions who are probably having a much more difficult time.

So, better off just doing nothing but recovering. That's coming from a guy who spent the last ten years working nearly every day, both for my own company and sometimes other invigorating landscaping gigs just to meet my goals (all of which I claimed as income and on my taxes).

I should be finished Leave It To A Beaver by July 31, and I'm already continuing working on Butterfly Dragon III: The Two Dragons Act II.

Oh, and I recently placed an order for one of my own Shhhh! Digital Media t-shirts. Here's the package that came:

The first t-shirt is taken from A Lady's Prerogative of Mila and Barris. The shirt came on Tuesday and I setup a quick photo shoot of myself in it.

I'm 6' tall and about 175 lbs. at 54, though I could use a little more vigorous activity.

I'll be grabbing the Butterfly Dragon t-shirt next, which upon my receiving it, I'll post an image here as well. This is something that has been a long time in the making, and through some of the worst struggles I've had in life, against some nasty hurdles. So to see things come this far is a big step forward, considering where and when I started this.

I often have to wonder how much actual time is spent using the immense power of our consciousness, or merely just dancing according to the symbolism of colours in order to avoid ending up with the day's load. I think that once you realize that is what is really motivating much of the banter and abuse in society, that you'll be light years ahead of everyone else.

We all have our share of the grumbles and sometimes there are people who want you to. Stay away from them, and try not to become them, or the grumbles.

Don't waste the greatest gift you ever got for free, on something that every day you participate in not using it, makes your behaviour more and more automatic than conscious. Keep that ticker innovative and working.

Think freely, act responsibly and keep that consciousness going.

Have a good day!

Brian Joseph Johns