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Canvas of Love and Light

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Canvas of Love and Light

 A beautiful canvas stretches out before you your eyes lock onto it your in great disbelief of what you see and what has so suddenly been bestowed upon you  it feels as if you were in a different place in time as you let yourself drift off into its inspiring existence you find yourself wondering how this wonderful creation came to be this painting is by far the most alluring you have ever seen and has you completely mesmerized you start to realize that it is the world that is making it so hard to figure out they have been reprogramming you for far too long but something from deep within you won't let you lose focus from this inviting scene then like a beacon shining oh so bright an angelic voice whispers in your ear listen to your heart for it knows the way continue on the narrow path you've been walking and you will not be so fortunate you have lost yourself and for that you will pay but fear not you are still capable of finding your way come with me into the canvas of love and light you may then seek your forgotten soul once you have found it the veil will be lifted and my words will cease once more…

 For those of you reading the canvas is the forgotten beginning that we lost sight of so long ago the beauty grace purity things that should of never changed but in an instant was taken away for our ignorance so do what you must and find your way to the canvas of love and light let it touch your heart and awaken your senses putting us one person closer to a better world

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