To my beloved HighExistence family,
I wanted to take this moment to thank you all. Thank you for being the amazing people you are. Thank you for all the help, perspective and wisdom you have given me (and others). This truly is a beautiful community.
Alas, one must depart from for awhile. This past weekend I suffered a near fatal truck accident. This has really shaken me. But there is now a need for complete focus on my life. As this was a small thing that’s tied to the tail of a Dragon. My life is in need of a complete overhaul. Far too much negative energy poisoning it.
So I will no longer be active on here for at least a few months. This community has been so incredible to and for me. I didn’t feel it was right to just disappear.
I look forward to coming back and re-connecting with all you wonderful people!
Until then, Love and Positive energy!
@blankey, Thanks brother :)
Cowboy is a state of mind, a perspective on life and a quality of character. It is silent strength, unconditional love for all and acceptance of responsibility to oneself to act with integrity. It is true freedom and having the resolve to defend it. It’s being a true leader, not from personal desire to be, but for the collective need of the many.
It is having pride in this integrity of character and walking tall with it.
Also, I actually happen to be an actual cowboy (or was). I worked cattle ranches and horse studs in Colorado and Kentucky for 5 years. Plus many years here in Australia before that.
@theskafish, Hey brother, thanks for such kind words. I really appreciate that!
I’m working through it all. The responding emergency services said there is explanation as to how I escaped the accident alive. So that’s freaking me out hard. But this is a process. I just have to ride it out.
@zencowboy, Word up. I was thinking with the whole zen thing you were referring to how, like a cowboy lassos, we lasso ourselves all the time. We go from not being who we are (the ego, repetitive thought), to what we are (everything, god, the Self).
Peace and love.
Take some shrooms on your time off. I promise, it will be amazing :) I did some today. WOW was that incredible.
@zencowboy, That really says a lot bro, most social networkers don’t give their social networks a second thought, just gone without a word. It is a beautiful thing when people show love like this, I hope you sort things out and get back to us, I know I have got a lot from your presence here.
@zencowboy, hey man glad you were able to walk away from that accident. Sometimes events like that change us forever and for you to recognize that and move towards positivity is a great gift. Check back once you have rebuilt yourself and share your journey. Bless!
@trek79, brother thanks for such kind appreciative words. That means a lot man.
Community is the key to human harmony. For me (and I think, most of us) this is an online community, not a social network. Community requires as much give as take. I’ve gotten so much from this community, I’m glad I’ve been able to give to it.
@zencowboy, Who gives a- err I mean Goodbye, mate :)
Been cool having you around, I’m glad that truck didn’t get you.
Hope all turns out well, with the journey and that girl and, well… everything.
I’m certain you’ll come back an even better, cowboy-er, zen-er zencowboy.
Peace and love, mate