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Monday, June 18, 2012

2012 Redefining The Peppercorn Part 27 Day 66

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According to Wikipedia
Black pepper (Piper nigrum) is a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae, cultivated for its fruit, which is usually dried and used as a spice and seasoning.
Redefining The Word Peppercorn:
( PEP Per CO-urse R-everse the y-O-u  and say N-o )

*Redefines the peppercorn as a flowering vine plant in the family piperaceae , whose body comes from the same substance, my body is made of, the body of animals are made of, the body of nature is made of, all are made of, cultivated for its fruit which is usually dried and used as a spice and seasoning - and is  here assisting and supporting the body.
'What is clear about words that are defined within and as self as polarized words, are that they are reactive in nature. Meaning when carrying a negatively or positively charged word within and as self, this polarity charged word will ‘react’ within its environment seeking out designs of ‘homeostasis’ or ‘winning’. The consequential outflows of negatively and positively charged words are predetermined in that they follow a specific pre-programmed path.
It is thus common sense to realize that, what we place as definitions within and as ourselves is what we manifest within the expression of ourselves. This is why we redefine words; to find the living expression evident in each word from the principle of oneness and equality. As we look at a word we are moving ourselves through the word to see what it represents and what it stands for as a living expression. By assigning a definition to the word we are developing our vocabulary by placing within the definitions, living definitions that stand free from polarity which are able to stand as living expressions of the words that we have redefined.' ~ Taken from Earth's Journey to Life Blog.

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