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” We are the imagination of ourselves”.

That wonderful statement really opens the door to usher us all in to worlds of limitless wonder. We bought the ticket so let’s enjoy the ride. Let’s remember who we really are and how much fun we can actually become through the experience of our lives and the practice of our greatness.

The New Agora sails on to brighter shores, yet with such tales to tell as might forever fill our hearts with awe and gratitude at the sacrifices of all those involved, and with the hard earned wisdom of having lived through it all.

From everyone at the New Agora: Welcome to the party! Thanks for coming, and don’t forget to enjoy the show.

In Lak’ech Ala K’in

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