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This is a beautiful view of 4 bottlenose dolphins at sunset. Did you know there are almost 40 species of dolphins? More about these amazing creatures here:

The bottle-nosed dolphins in sunset light. Dolphins ~ They are so friendly . I love to watch Dolphins. Another amazing animal from GOD, Thank you

Your changing emotions are your continual experiences of the different ways energy is being processed at different locations in your energy system. When you become aware of your emotions, you are in a position to change how the energy moving through your energy system is processed. - Gary Zukav

Light Cave by Marc Adamus on - Sunset - San Pedro Beach Cave - California - USA

"By choosing your thoughts, and by selecting which emotional currents you will release and which you will reinforce, you determine the quality of your Light. You determine the effects that you will have upon others, and the nature of the experiences of your life."  ~ Gary Zukav ༻

"By choosing your thoughts, and by selecting which emotional currents you will release and which you will reinforce, you determine the quality of your Light. You determine the effects that you will have upon others, and the nature of the experiences of your life." ~ Gary Zukav ༻

Original Oil Winter Sunrise Landscape palette knife painting by Karensfineart

Original Oil Winter Sunrise Landscape palette knife painting ABSTRACT modern texture fine art impressionism by Karen Tarlton

On Happiness: The Surprising Secret To Living A Happier Life

"Count your blessings . pray every day . honor God by taking care of your body and mind . remove all negative people from your life . learn to forgive yourself and others . watch as many sun rises and sunsets as you can.

Mitakuye Oyasin a Lakota Sioux Prayer; (All Are Related) Interconnectedness

Mitakuye Oyasin (All Are Relations) is a traditional Lakota Sioux prayer, with its opening phrase used as a refrain in many Lakota prayers and songs.

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