A simple reflection
You have the ability to increase or decrease the number and type of SE. In the following example I had “set” SE to a minimum for several weeks. I needed a new reflection SE as a simple demonstration that the SE could be started up again simply by looking. I was a little apprehensive about getting what I needed from SE on short notice. About a half hour later I was at a friend’s house for a dinner party. I had arrived early, and when I asked if I could help set up, my friend asked me to get the last chair from the kitchen and bring it into the dining room. Entering the kitchen I heard the song “Hallelujah” by Leonard Choen playing from a laptop on the kitchen table. As I reached around the table and grasped the kitchen chair the song said;
“She tied you to a kitchen chair
She broke your throne, and she cut your hair
And from your lips she drew the Hallelujah.”
Just to close the circle a bit, I said Hallelujah along with the song in thanks and relief for getting the SE I needed to tell you about here.
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