Emily Taggart

Though I think all writing is really for ourselves, there is some writing that is good for sharing and some writing that is best for a closed notebook. I have articles and blog posts outlined, but the sentences have not been ready. Most of my writing lately has been for myself.

This was sparked about two months ago when I felt overwhelmed with quotes. On my Facebook feed, tagged in Instagram, tweeted and everywhere else. Believe me, I love a good sentence. I’ve been collecting quotes that inspire me since I was a kid the way some people collect cats or plastic tubs that can be reused so they never have to use Tupperware again.

I fell in love with a shirt that said “The Beloved is Everywhere ~Rumi” Since that is what I believe, I googled the quote to find the whole poem. Here is what I found:


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What a great opportunity this was getting to be a part of this event. Looking forward to the next one!

My Mornin Coffee

Hey Everyone,
I am excited to share with you our first story submission from an old high school friend. He is always writing amazing positive love stuff on his Facebook so I encouraged him to share some of that positivity with us. Hopefully this wont be the last time 😉

In this world of instant access and blatant excess, we have come to collectively develop feelings of entitlement towards the things we take for granted.  We feel entitled to food, to resource, to information, to comfort, to quality of life. It is difficult to feel grateful and connected to the vast blessing that is life, within this outlook. How can we overcome these woes and thrive in this day and age? It’s all about perspective.

I was born with a genetic disorder called Cystic Fibrosis. Throughout my life I have had frequent bouts of lung infections that would put me in the hospital…

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Emily Taggart

Hundreds of years ago, there was a booming civilization. Elaborate temples were constructed, almost every inch of them engraved with all manner of things – people, gods, flowers, designs.

Every now and then, a bird would fly over and – ahem – make a deposit on these carefully constructed stone buildings.

The civilization changed. The people left the temples. In the cracks of these carefully constructed buildings, the seeds left behind by the birds germinated and grew into trees.

Now these stone temples are in a symbiotic relationship with the trees. The trees hold the temples together, the temples support the trees’ root systems. As the temples have been pushed apart, chance allows for bits of carvings that were once part of elaborate canvases in stone to become tiny found objects. A pair of hands or smile in the rubble. The trees glow – they are regarded as holy as…

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13:20 FREQUENCY SHIFT — Blue Rhythmic Monkey

May synchronicities multiply for all who read this 🙂

“The synchronic order of the universe maintained by the functioning of the Law of Time defines the “Divine Plan”. Prior to the discovery of the Law of Time, the Divine Plan unfolds in the cosmic unconscious, becoming self reflectively known to the intelligence of evolving bodies in time as “revelation.”  —19.6, Dynamics of Time

“All is a number, God is a number, God is in all.”

On Crystal Moon 17 (15 June, 2012), Kin 18, the remains of the Red Queen were brought back to Palenque after 18 years.  Following a UFO experience in 2000 in Palenque, my life has been oriented around the mystery of the tomb of the Red Queen and its relation to the tomb of Pacal Votan.

The entire process that I have been involved in with Jose Arguelles/Valum Votan over the…

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