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Sunday, October 16, 2011

lot of fall

Howdy! I have spent most of my life trying to figure out the nature of this world we live in. From an early age I had this fear of falling, right from my very first step, and I have fallen many times. Today it is something that is on my mind a lot as arthritis in my knee is at a server stage of development.

            Sir Isaac Newton found that, what makes us fall is gravity.  He also found that for every action there is an equal and opposite action.  However I think he may have made an error here as I have fallen down but have never fallen up.

            Now I have work in many research projects over the years and done some research myself.  There was some experiment done in water where is seems that one could fall up. But in most other test it was down before it was over. It takes a lot of energy to fall up.  Take the space shuttle, it takes over twelve million pounds of trust to fall up but it does come falling back down.

             It would be nice if we did not have to worry about falling down or up.  Falling down can and does hurt, but falling up well that that is fun and it does not hurt a bit. I see a lot of people that work hard at falling up. They climb the corporate ladder to get to the top only to foul up and fall down. Now in the water experiment it was found that if you relax and be clam you will fall up but you have to focus on what you are doing. Where is up anyway, you know it’s the heavens, and to get there you have to work at it.  It is easy to fall down anybody can do it, without half trying.  There have been a few that have fallen up, and if you study how they did it you just might find it as easy as falling down and more fun to fall up.

Thank you for coming by and have a nice day may god bless your day. God bless.


Healing Morning said...

Mr. Roy, this was delightful! I love the concept of falling up. This is one that makes me smile, because yes, there are those who have mastered the ability and appear to do it effortlessly. Of course, every success that looks effortless at face value really hides a long, hard battle to arrive there. But at face value, this statement of falling up is one I will remember with a smile. I love visiting your world, my friend.



Jerly said...

it was found that if you relax and be calm you will fall up but you have to focus on what you are doing""
Really useful tip. To first be happy with where we are is often what lifts us upwards! Thanks

Jan said...

This is wonderful Roy, you are always so inspiring. Just because you fall down a couple times doesn't mean you can't aspire to fall up....focus, yes focus. thank you for this.<3

Leah Griffith said...

Falling up! I've never thought of this. How inspiring! I'm going to meditate on this one Roy. <3

Katrina said...

I like that concept, "fall up."

Mattias Kroon said...

The fact that you are raising the question shows that you have a great measure of imagination.Very interesting!

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