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April 27th 2002

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full moon bright, no run.

roger daltrey’s voice wrenches I’m Free! in my ear. I’m Free I’m Free

ondaroadagainnhnnnhnnnhn-ondaroadagainhnnnhnhnnhn dnnhn dnnhn

TGIF. alone again/natchurlee. talk to me. there was something you wanted to say. it’s th spell of th bay, bay at th moon, moon over yr full face in wonder, no question- no answer…better. free again.

better the pressure of place or placeless than th pressure of time. better lares, lar solar: sun lot, fenced in fencer…?

no room, something happened when i was forty.

a song to see me through overfull belly numb steps. why rule? which rules? domain over hope, higher-archy

i don’t get it, maybe i refuse, resist, revolt, resent, rebraid recover aid or trade in place place web as lace…

dream with me. share the dream to ground it & thicken a true foundation

love, d=(8{>

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April 27th, 2002 at 9:23 pm

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April 5th 2002

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The currency markets far and away eclipse the dollar amount traded through any stock market. About $2 trillion per day of currencies is traded around the world.

Every country’s currency changes hands, is equated to new terms, is, in fact, born again.

But if I gave Jury a dollar, she’d give me a dollar back. Nothing would change day to day. That’s the irony. Out there, in the world, things are different. Inside here, a dollar can only be traded for another dollar. It’s worth that much, or that little, depending how you look at it.

“At the end of the day it’s all perception,” Jury says. “If I perceive a currency to be going down in value, based on all the factors I just told you, then I’d sell it. If I perceived that value to be increasing, then I’d buy it.”

In Paulos Coehlo’s novel “The Alchemist,” a young man goes out into the world to find a someone who can make gold. He has the ingredients. He has the alchemy. The point of the book is that it’s the young man’s experience of going out into the world that is the true alchemy. Out there, life is all one big foreign exchange.

It’s what he perceives to be valuable that counts.

This column is excerpted from the book, “What Money Really Means.” For more information, visit http://www.allworth.com/Catalog/BL270.htm

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April 5th, 2002 at 9:23 pm

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