Treasure Island

Margaret Alice Second

(24 January 1961 / South Africa)

Well-Meaning Spiritual Souls (Correction)

If the well-meaning spiritual souls inhabiting the Internet
and offering to take over your life and make a mess at
grand payment, are right, allergy and sugar are the effect
of pinched nerves that can be rectified by confessing the
problem and there's the rub

I don't know what the problem is, what caused me to feel
life is worthless at age four, if this can be brought to light,
the pinched nerves and allergy will no longer affect my
freed personality - but should this happen, I would have
to leave the glittering cage

In which I have lived up to now; can I meet the challenge
now I'm as old as the mountains and thinking of life after
death as a wonderful holiday after this?

Unfortunately the so-called 'well-meaning spiritual souls'
are mostly busy with scams, the advice is advertised as
free and when you contact them they want a nominal fee
for making your life a misery and convincing you it is what
the stars want for you; beware the payment of money for
nonsense - all true advice that works at all is free - and
delivered by people you trust, not idiots on the street who
claim all other people are nuts and they are the only ones
you can trust - what an utterly nonsensical and stupid
claim they make, especially when they analyse one
totally wrong as they do not know Astrogentics; let's
hope they never will - because THAT will give them
the edge - a little bit…

18 January 2013

Submitted: Monday, February 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, February 18, 2013

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