#My twinflame is the famous me

He has the most who is content with the least.

Diogenes of Sinope (c.404-323 BCE)

Shock. Same religion at birth. Same major childhood disease with no residual effects. Only a few years younger. Here’s where the details get fuzzy. Him: wealthy fam Me: lower-middle class. Him: doctor Me: One class at medical school. Him: Successful art dealer Me: starving artist, gallery owner for one year selling two pieces. Him: supportive marriage Me: divorced. Him: published poet Me: published poet, Poet Laureate Emeritus. Him: verse play published Me: verse play published, produced NY, self-produced as musical Off Off Broadway twice, produced as radio play Oregon. Him: Best selling author Me: wishing and a hoping…


Smoking is a no-no

This is a great photo

Was my life unsuccessful compared to his? He tells people to get vaxxed despite the fact that he recovered from his childhood pandemic without a vax. I don’t. Would I change places with him? Nope.

When you learn to replace “why is this happening to me” with “what is this teaching me” it will completely change your life!

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>> All definitions (e,g. Twinflame) are solely mine.


Mary LaForge View All →

Writer of metaphysical philosophies. Winner of the Literary Titan Silver Book Award
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