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Felt right with black and white. To Newark and back again years later, so no haters. I miss this place and hope to return. Maybe my jumps will carry me back to learn. Haven’t had a proper bar set up, didn’t let up, had to get up… better not mess up. So we got it. A line. Simple and true. Enjoy! I offer 7 day free trials of personal training as well! Dm for more info.
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Someone just said that I seemed like one of those leash kids.

As in, the kids with leashes

That have to be kept on a leash like a dog to stop from running off

I understand what people mean when they say gay people have the most weirdly accurate insults because I can’t say they were wrong.

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I’m reading an excerpt from “Spellcrafting: Strengthen the Power of Craft by Creating and Casting Your Own Unique Spells” by Arin Murphy-Hiscock.  I would like to know more about why she makes this assertion:  “A natural, undyed piece of cotton will have more energy than a dyed piece of cotton.

I understand why a living tree has more energy than a piece of wood that is cut from a tree - the wood has been cut off from the life force of the tree.  I understand why silk or cotton has more energy than polyester - silk and cotton are created by living things and polyester is not.  

But dyeing doesn’t seem to me to be on the same level as cutting apart a tree or melting constituent parts into plastic fabric - so there is something I must be missing.  Is it just that it’s a step further from a completely natural state?  Because if you took natural cotton and natural dye and created a colored fabric, it seems like adding that color could give the energy you’re looking for.  It seems as if that should enhance what is there, rather than diminishing it.

Or maybe I am wrong about why wood has less energy than a living tree and why silk/cotton has more energy than polyester.  Or maybe I am confusing the amount of total energy with the “flavor” or alignment of that energy, which is something that color helps with.

What do you know about how this works?  And if you don’t know, what do you think?

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