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Sunday, December 27, 2009
When I think of intuitive genius I think primarily of beings like Jesus and Buddha and Krishna. There have been thousands like them over the course of the last several million years on earth of human existence here. So that we should aspire to be come like them is always a given. To realize our potential and to move in that direction should be the goal of all humans. The more intuitive geniuses with kind, compassionate and wise motivation towards all life in the universe takes each being in the universe to where we all need to BE ultimately.