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"My life has no purpose, no direction, no aim, no meaning, and yet I'm happy. I can't figure it out. What am I doing right? by Charles Schulz."

East London, United Kingdom
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single, 1 child
Speaks: Cockney :0), malay bad language, Un poco Espanol, have been known to use bad language
Joined Dec 14, 2008


 
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Date to Remember - 17/07/1994: End of the Rwandan Genocide







1994: Rwanda

In 100 days in 1994 approximately one million Tutsis, and moderate Hutus were murdered in the Rwandan genocide. On 6 April 1994 the plane carrying Rwanda’s President was shot down. Tutsis were accused of killing the President, and Hutu civilians were told by radio and word of mouth, that it was their duty to wipe out the Tutsis. First moderate Hutus who weren’t anti-Tutsi should be killed. So should Tutsi wives or husbands. Although on a large scale, this genocide was carried out entirely by hand, often using machetes and clubs. The men who’d been trained to massacre were members of civilian death squads, the Interahamwe. The State provided supporting organisation – politicians, officials, intellectuals and professional soldiers incited the killers to do their work. Local officials assisted in rounding up victims and making suitable places available for slaughter.






Tutsi men, women, children and babies were killed in thousands in schools and churches. The victims, in their last moments alive, were also faced by another appalling fact, their cold-blooded killers were people they knew – neighbours, work-mates, former friends, sometimes even relatives through marriage.

By HMD.org - http://www.hmd.org.uk/genocides/dates-to-remember/end-of-the-rwandan-genocide

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The Egyptian/Pharaonic Goddess of Justice



"I am the law of truth, the path of integrity, custodian of the book of law, in my heart lives justice. I weigh all my deeds against my feather of truth, and if it is heavier, I will give a lecture: I create possibilities, I clear the path.... Mercifully I grant what needs to be learnt in order to transform all injustice to justice."


Quote of Maat, the Egyptian/Pharaonic Goddess of Justice.


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What’s the most confusing day for a racist? Fathers Day!

What does a racist and a sperm cell have in common? Only one in a million work!

How many Nazis does it take to change a light bulb? 100. 1 to change the bulb and 99 to deny it!

What do you call a racist with a high IQ? A Cheat!













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"Much unlike a mortal
who hurts the ones they love
A dragon's love is forever
and as pure as a peaceful dove."




Chinese Symbol for Dragon



Moon Dragon





Seen not by our eyes but they are true,
they watch over us whatever we do.

Coming from times of anchent lore,
and then even long, long before.

We see threw the dragons eyes,
telling between truth and lies.

We listen when our mind is clear,
a dragons call we can hear.

They are guardians of the moon and night,
they protect us when we perform our rights.

We use their power with great care,
we have found the dragons lair.















Dragons Call...

We sleep with the dragons,
in the hidden lair.
We sing their call,
in our every prayer.

Threw our eyes,
their world is clear.
Their forgotten song,
our heart can hear.

They guide our way,
threw the darkest night.
We use their wisdom,
to give us sight.

Threw our voice,
you hear their cries.
Their fire can be seen,
deep in our eyes.

They are alive,
deep in our minds.
In us the dragons 
you can find.

By Heather O'Connell

























Flowers, Herbs, and the Faeries of May
by Edain McCoy
From Beltaine to Midsummer, the faery kingdom celebrates the newborn spring. Throughout the centuries, Europeans made note of which vernal foliage was attractive to the wee folk and, by contrast, which plants would offer protection.
 
Those plants marked with an asterisk (*) are poisonous and should be cultivated only with great caution, and should never be grown wherever children or pets are present.

Bluebell --- If bluebells ring in your garden, an evil faery is near.
Carnation --- The red ones draw faeries who enjoy healing animals.
Clover --- Wildly attractive to faery life.
Cowslip --- The best choice for attracting faeries to your yard.
Dandelion --- Believed to be used by faeries to make beverages.
Dill --- The fresh plant has a scent faeries dislike.
Foxglove* --- A favorite of earth elementals.
Hawthorne --- Sacred to faeries, as well as to May Queen.
Heliotrope* --- Enjoyed by fire elementals.
Gorse --- Repels virtually all faery life.
Hollyhock* --- A faery favorite, particularly the pink variety.
Lilac --- The gentle scent draws faery life.
Lobelia* --- Will help attract winged faeries.
Mistletoe* --- Can also attract unpleasant tree faeries.
Morning Glory* --- Repels unwanted night faeries
Mushrooms* --- Often used by faeries to mark the boundaries of their sacred circles or portals to their world.
Pansy --- Known to attract parades of trooping faeries.
Primrose --- Believed to give faeries their power of invisibility.
Rosemary --- The fresh plant protects from baneful faeries.
Sassafras --- Enjoyed by air elementals.
Shamrock --- A form of clover Celtic faeries adore.

(The above article for "Flowers, Herbs, and the Faeries of May" is written by Edain McCoy and directly quoted from "Llewellyn's 1995 Magical Almanac", pages 88-92, Llewellyn Publications, 1994.)




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Dragon Traits...

The Dragon person is self confident and impulsive and consequently does not always listen to the advice of others. He is also a perfectionist and he sets high standards for himself. Although strong and decisive the Dragon is not manipulative or sly. He refuses to deceive or compromise and fails to spot subversive intent. He enjoys being in command and like an emperor holding court he eliminates obstacles until success is his. 

WOOD DRAGON: The Wood Dragon is creative, imaginative, and inquisitive. He is both a thinker and a doer and is capable of brilliant new concepts. His every move is guided by sound logic. His drive and ambition allow him to put many of his ideas into practice, nevertheless this Dragon is capable of concealing his domination and tries not to offend. He will even compromise if it is advantages. Although not as self-centered as other Dragons, he is still outspoken and fearless when challenged.


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By Jimi Hendrix



Get up, stand up, Stand up for your rights. Get up, stand up, Don't give up the fight." - 
  --  Bob Marley



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For Azrael...
CatBus from Totoro
 



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"Peace and harmony can only remove 
human suffering, and degradation." 
M K Soni 

"Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, 
gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, 
quietly building new structures."
 
John F. Kennedy 


"Observe good faith and justice toward all nations. 
Cultivate peace and harmony with all
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George Washington 


"If the human race wishes to have a prolonged and indefinite period of material prosperity, they have only got to behave in a peaceful and helpful way toward one another."
 
Winston Churchill




























 
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Homepage http://my.care2.com/wooddragon9  
Birthday Sept 09  
Languages Cockney :0), malay bad language, Un poco Espanol, have been known to use bad language  
About Me A complete paradox!! Just when I thought I knew me, I change!!!
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Activist Aspirations Enthusiastic
Political Leaning
Religions Earth Moon and Sun  
Eating Habits Pesco-veggie no sea food  
Wild Fact About Me A bit naughty!! A bit??? Always naughty! :0)
My Philosophy 'Life is just a chance to grow a soul.'
A Powell Davies...

And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.
Abraham Lincoln...

"The Buddha teaches this triple truth to all: A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity."

- Buddha

There are as many nights as days, and the one is just as long as the other in the year's course. Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, and the word 'happy' would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness.
Carl Jung...

"This is the nature of genius, to be able to grasp the knowable even when no one else recognizes that it is present."
Deepak Chopra...

"Me only have one ambition, y'know. I only have one thing I really like to see happen. I like to see mankind live together - black, white, Chinese, everyone - that's all." -
-- Bob Marley
What Gives Me Hope My Child, Azrael. And getting up in the morning...
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by I would get rid of all the Hatemongers, racists, islamophobes, fascists or anyone who hates someone just because of colour, religion, Nationality etc I would stick them on an island to argue amongst themselves... They are filth and I do not want to be associated with the likes of those people. :0)
What/who changed my life and why Any connection I have ever made has changed my life...
And I'm not talking about Plane, train or computer!!! LOL :0)
What Bugs Me homophobics, ignorance, injustice, propaganda, political corruption, violence against any innocent, Hate/Racism/Violence  
Passions my child, Communicating With Others, laughter, broadening my horizons, traveling, making a difference, peace  
Inspirations sunset and sunrise, happiness, courage, nature, to fulfill my purpose on earth, the sound of the ocean, the beauty of nature  
What Scares Me Violent people, War - Cruelty - Greed - Indifference  
  Favorites
Role Models My child, Dali Lama, Mahatma Gandhi  
Quotation First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then YOU win. ~ Mahatma Gandhi

Better to Light a Candle than to Curse the Darkness...

"Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery.
None but ourselves can free our minds,
Won't you help to sing The songs of freedom?" -
-- Bob Marley

You must be the change you wish to see in the world.
-- Mahatma Gandhi
Interests Whatever takes my fancy  
Books Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, Natural Healing/Remedies, mysticism, science fiction and fantasy, Horror/Mystery/Thriller, horror/suspense, Self improvement, spirituality, psychology, Almost anything worth reading, anne rice  
Music chill out/trip hop, Soul and RnB, house/dance/techno/jungle, The Script, Lamb "My Angel Gabrielle", Reggae and Lovers Rock, Prodigy, Progressive House, Massive Attack  
Movies Really really scary movies, really scary movies, SCARY MOVIES!, golden compass, Narnia I-II, American History X, the Matrix, Anime movies, Kung Fu Panda!, Japanese/Korean movies, Studio Ghibli films, Totoro... (Studio Ghibli), The Green Mile, Shawshank Redemption  
TV Shows The Event, Vampire Diaries, The Gates, No Ordinary Family, Dexter - on Showtime, Fringe, sanctuary, vampire diaries, Family Guy, Law and Order (all of them), True Blood, Heroes, Lost, CSI (all of them), Neighbours (Australia), home and away (Australia), South Park  
Favorite Foods chocolate, Thai and Indian veggie food, fruits and veggies, Indian veggie, Pescatarian  
Favorite Places Malaysia, Austraila, Thailand and China, New Zealand, British Countryside and seaside  
Can't Live Without internet, family, friends, hope, water, nature, sunshine, love, music, laughter  
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    Dandelion G. (399)
    Northern Hempishere to Southern Hempishere both with an important message for our New Year. Listen to your tribal voice inside and get those fires burning be you Navajo or whatever Nation. Bring all the fire (life) lights into action for hope and love. Mitakuye Oyasin.
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    Dandelion G. (399)
    Top song: performed by Lindsey Stirling American violinist, dancer, performance artist, and composer Bottom song: Robert Mirabal Pueblo musician, songwriter, vocalist, drummer and author. Flute player and maker whose flutes are are world renowned.
    Nov 18, 2013 6:31 PM

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    Oct 21, 2013 2:47 AM

    Dandelion G. (399)
    Trick or Treat....for Halloween......this is a Treat..... Lindsey Stirling 27 year old American violinist, dancer, performance artist, and composer. She really does dance while she plays at concerts.
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    Dandelion G. (399)
    Why Does the USA still Celebrate this Day and Honor this Murderer? 
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    Dandelion G. (399)
    The name of the song is Until the Last Moment by Yanni. Yanni once said before playing this song in concert to appreciate life as it is very fragile and short. So enjoy your birthday, the 9th, be it spent in a whirlwind of family joys or quietly alone with a good book, a walk among nature, or with a special someone. Today Life is your Gift! I'm honored to spend this small part in it.
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    HONORING FRIENDSHIP DAY.....I sure do get by with a little help from my friends. Thank you for being one. Thank you for caring.
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    Miscellaneous New Year Comments
    Just stopping by, midway January. This is Victor, enjoying his life at age 65, I hope that your New Year has been rolling along on an equally upbeat note. May we all, no matter our age, keep the spirit of life with us like he has. I think mine might be more along the line of a bicycle on flat surface; but go Victor! Enjoy 2013! 'Carpe diem'
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    greetingsGrevillea
    Best wishes for a happy, healthy week!
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    2013
    May 2013 bring all good things to you.
    Btw, dragons rule...I'm a waterdragon I think!


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    Miscellaneous New Year Comments
    Thank you for the New Year wishes and also the email.
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    Glad it got there safely was in hopes the
    address was the same or at least it be
    forwarded. I understand a working Mom
    and knew you had the Project you had
    started, so time is not allowing to be on
    here. But wanted you to know I still am
    thinking of you and value our friendship.
    Dec 28, 2012 9:45 PM

    Dandelion G. (399)
    The two songs I chose to celebrate the new year of 2013 are Niki Nana meaning We Are One or as Lakota say Mitakuye Oyasin. The other song hails from the sixties but we need this as much today as then. Peace, we must speak up for Peace more often! Let 2012 be the end of the old ways 2013 the beginning of better ways. HAPPY NEW YEAR
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