Sayonara Ary Langford
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  • Baton Rouge, LA
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What is your current spiritual level of innerstanding?
Initiate
How did you find out about the Resistance?
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At 10:13pm on July 12, 2010, Margens said…
Thanks for the friendship!


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At 8:51am on July 7, 2010, G. Antjuan Walker said…
Thanks for the extended friendship and I hope we all can help each other for the greater good of the whole planet! peace & love
At 6:22am on March 26, 2010, Maureena Ballard said…
Thank you so much for asking me to be your friend. You seem like a strong, gifted sister who is very sincere.
At 9:49pm on March 22, 2010, Ipriama Kwan said…
Jambo! Sayonara,
Thank you for inviting me to join you in the Matrix. Thank you for your comments regarding our last visit at your home. It makes me feel good to know that something I said gave a lift to you. Other than my primary goal of attaining true divine enlightenment, being able to share my inner light with others is one of the most important gifts I hope to offer. I'm so humbled to accept your appreciation. And know that I have not gone untouched by your nurturing spirit and selfless devotion to others. May the Universe, the ALL/ONE Holiness, the Divine Creator of ALL Creation keep you close, continue to fill you with enlightenment and hold the breathe of eternal life within your body-temple.

Stay Strong... One Love, Ipriama
 
 
 

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