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  Things We're Afraid to Say: Webs of Everyday Media     
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 12:00AM PDT)
From: Send an Instant Message "John French" <mosshead7@yahoo.com>  
Subject: Gesticulation _ (Reading the Gestures of EveryDay Media)
To: dayside@foxnews.com
The art of gestures...
And, yes, grasshopper...there is also an art of reading gestures...
When the synchronicity of what we do here together is at its heightened peaks - I send in email and you read email and I read your body language -
From Julian Phillips to Brian Kilmeade I've seen this work. I've seen annoyance, disbelief, anger, arrogance, laughter, amazement, lightheartedness, the work of flattery, fun, giant egos, ponderment, realization, break through......
Test: under the circumstances - the "live" email reading while airing a "live" news program, can the anchors stay completely objective?
Answer: Not exactly.
Henceforth, the point of heightened awareness and consciousness here must be derived from the anchors funneling their emotions through "pure energy" - and the goodness of "pure intent" - like sunlight is funneled though a window frame with no glass.
The anchor has a moral obligation and duty to not only report the news but to use its platform for good and enlightenment = for accurately depicting reality and helping to achieve edification of all human "be-ings."
When this works, the anchor is projecting a source of pure energy, in which, no debt can be associated and is broadcasting a transmission of light, love, joy and a healing energy to all viewers around the world so they may "feel it" or be able to translate it like me.
As a result, the viewers around the world (local and far away) are able to use everyday media to make them a better, more dynamic human "be-ing" and ready to make positives changes in their life and the lives of others and positively contribute to society and civilization as a whole.
Best of the organic Roses,
“John French” mystrawhat.com
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