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Richard Burton: The Morning After

Updated: Oct 1, 2020

The Morning After The Storm

Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775–1851

Ann: What do you think, Richard?

Richard: About what, love?

Ann: The debate, the election, the future of the country, and the world.

Richard: Well, now that is comprehensive. Now I have to admit that in my most recent incarnated years, I would have taking that question as a platform to dive out into outer space with analogies, quotes, recitations and the like, all for the purpose of showing off my technique – and to indulge my great talent for pontificating.

Now, however, though I still enjoy a rant or two sprinkled with Shakespeare, Yeats and their fellows, I see through to the hearts of you and your compatriots who grieve at the seeming death of decency, not to mention democracy. The latter is, as they say these days, a hot mess, but, until the advent of rule by an enlightened creator and its spirit disciples, it’s the best we’ve got.

I want to second John McCain. You are watching the frantic gyrations of a man who knows he has no choice but to dance himself to death. There will be those who try to follow in his wake in revolution and chaos as they grab for the power that was always the prize they sought. But even those who have benefitted by his connections and corruption will begin to see that the genie that they have unloosed is doing its best to consume them.

We are in for a difficult time, but surely that was predictable and no particular cause for alarm. When crockery is broken, it takes time to replace it. In this case, we are fortunate that it is being shattered into so many pieces that reassembly will not be an option. Whole sale restructuring will be the order of the day and thank God for it.

Your angels and guides- as well as your humble servant here - are rejoicing to see the unmasking of evil, and pray that courage will arise to hold it and its followers to account.

We stand ready to help you. Call on us.

September 30, 2020

All blog entries are works of the imagination and are for spiritual and entertainment purposes only.

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Amy David
Amy David
Oct 03, 2020

I love the new photo on this post. There was a massive storm that hit France twice this week and I image that is what the morning after looked like.


Amy David
Amy David
Sep 30, 2020

It must be nice to be on the outside looking in. Their perspective quiets our racing hearts. It gives us peace. What’s the worst that could happen? We end up of the other side of the veil? Not such a bad outcome. Either way, we win.


Sep 30, 2020

I did not listen to the debate . I listened after it was over to some of the commentators.

They were so emotional that I could not get a clear picture of what actually

happened. Thanks Richard and Ann I get it now !

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