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Do you wonder where some of the thoughts you think come from? Are you complexed over the craziest things that come out of your mouth? Tired of being angry, sad, disappointed over everyone or anything? Well if that's you - check this show out!
In 1988 a television series ran entitled "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" This form of entertainment was called "improvisational acting." The show consisted of a panel of 4 performers who create characters scenes and songs ON THE SPOT. Topics for the games came either from audience participation or predetermined prompts from the host.
Today the world appears to have gone crazy. People have seemingly lost CONTROL of their THOUGHTS. Your thoughts are LIKE air, invisible, everywhere at all times. Capable of moving, restriciting, driving or repelling. The power to think originates within the soul. Out of all forms of life that YaHoVaH created, mankind was endowed with the highest form. When we LOOSE our minds, it's not a laughing matter. There is NO comedy in the fits of rage, or the inability to control your attitude over a shopping cart or a piece of paper on your lawn. Apparently the HOST needs to be examined and we need to regain our rights as human beings. We are both human and divine the only creatures who are able to live, move, see, speak and hear in 2 dimensions simultaneously. Your thoughts are like missiles trackless in other words you can't trace them because they fly through the air. Have you ever considered how much time is used, misused and abnormally used simply in thoughts? Have you ever considered how much and many times you spend speaking and answering yourself? Have you ever wondered WHY the Creator of the Universe game you the ability to HEAR YOURSELF when you speak? All these questions and more will be answered during this powerful broadcast. It's time to take a deeper look at the real YOU.
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