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Hello World! I am celebrating, Its strange,
but true , when I celebrate the entire universe
seems to join me in life"s celebration and exclaims:
"You are our celebrity!"

This is a you and me celebration,
      of you and me, by you and me,

         and for you and me.
Let us be here now, experience what
      is, create by choice what we want,
      and relate fully with each other.
Let our presence be evident.
Real presence is real love, the sharing
      of self with the other, the giving of
      ourselves completely.
We celebrate life.
So in pain or in joy there is meaning.
We are glad, we rejoice, life is delectable.
In celebration our deepest feelings are
     revealed, and whether there be pain
     or joy we are  enraptured as we
     experience ourselves and our brothers
     and our sisters. They look at us, they
     listen to us, they understand us, they
     care deeply about us.
In celebration we strip naked,
We lay bare soul to soul.
We embrace each other and the universe in
      the eternal now.
We create a human chain of friendship in
     which no link is any weaker than its
     strongest link.
So you and me, partly huaman and partly
     divine are all organismic process.
You are me and I am you;
You plus me make one, not two;
That's what it means to celebrate;
So let us celebrate now.

{From: "The Saint Troubadour: Speaking
             and Singing Truth and Love," p.37
                            By Uriah J. Fields}

Copyright 2012 by Uriah J. Fields

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull
Yes, but let's not celebrate too much. Seven billion souls on the earth is too much and we can't save them all until we stop producing them at such a rapid rate. Everyone suffers in our excess.

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