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Opening New Doors

A door closes, sometimes slowly and quietly, sometimes with an angry fearful slam, an exclaiming final point against my fragile hoping soul. As we mature through many opening and closing doors, we travel from WinWin infant instincts through sometimes Win, sometimes Lose, sometimes Open, sometimes Closed patriarchal capitalistic doubt about my individual competitive value, moving on toward WiseElder confluence of interdependent trans-regenerational doors, webbed back and forth, opening and closing retrospective ego/eco-integrity inside/outside networks inviting a reborn WinWin transcendent therapy holistically fulfilling lifetime door opening strategies of potential hope-filled integrity for All of Us. Doors opening polypaths toward internal peace through restoring synergetic climate justice, active democracy-optimizing health of deep listening to learn from both positive and negative humors, door-keepers widely communicating in eco-logical voices verbal and non-verbal and pre-verbal health-hoping resilience, creolizing political transubstantiation of where we are most cooperatively knocking seeking investing. Who we are in our best health-wandering wondering egocentric EarthLoyalist doorways opening toward and for and with each secular/sacred nutritional opportunity humane/divine co-operating Left with Right YangHere co-passioning YinNow ego-strength loving eco-flowing doors opening bilaterally alternative WinWin directive doors erective windows back and forth up and down through original democratic memories, images, polypathic memes, happy Open Sesames into timelessly nutritious brightening light. Another door opens, sometimes slowly and quietly, sometimes with an awesome terrifying YES!, an exclaiming final point within Earth's fragile hoping soul.

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