Hello Beautiful Beings,
Season 2, Episode 15, you will hear stories from Jersey Joe in New Jersey, Latriece M. in Augusta, GA, and Your's truly, me, Monique Gilmore Scott.
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Monique Gilmore Scot
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Welcome to episode 15 of give you a break. The podcast that is here to help you escape the chaos of the day through creative storytelling. I'm your host, Monique, your more Scott award-winning author and lover of all things created. It is my hope that each time you listen and participate in the creative storytelling exercise, you feel rejuvenated and tapped into your creativity. We all have a creative side. We just need to take a moment and step away from the chaos of the day. Sit down, slow down and stir up our creative talents. In this episode, you will hear from a few listeners who shared their creative masterpiece, which are centered around the three words I gave last week. Pyramid trapped chamber. First, a quick, thank you to all the listeners who continue to support me week after week on my journey, by sharing the podcast on your social media platforms, providing a review of the podcast and who purchased me a coffee. If you're new or a returning listener and enjoy this podcast and would like to support it, go to give you a break.com and click on the donate tab and buy me a coffee or two. Thanks so much. All right. It's time for our laugh. Your frown off. This is where we turn your frown upside down. And this is compliments of KP . More , a Twitter follower on Twitter. The female officer has said to Jim you're staggering, Jim reply. You're quite stunning yourself. The officer arrested Jim . Anyway, hope you enjoy that little break and you turn your frown upside down. All right, let's get into our stories. Our first piece comes from Jersey Joe in where else, New Jersey. I said what I said I did what I did. Let me tell you a story about the pyramids to this day. Evolutionists are still trying to interpret how those various chamber traps are so perfect before the great static or the con Intel pro tactics. The bronze people were about geometry and mathematics with these great blessings from God. The others decided to rock volts of black magic with the magic in the trapped hands. And without a conscious plan, the egregious acts was not worth a so as the story goes, they envisioned us expos . And needless to say to date, we are still feeling the woes of the genius provided by the, so the Boucher spirits always know that people around the world go to see the creation of the ultimate nation that has stood the test of time, which also gives me the confidence and energy to bust this ride . Thank you, Jersey, Joe. I love his stories each week. You just never know what you're getting, but you know, what's going to rhyme. That is for sure. Up next. We have sister Latrice M in Augusta, Georgia. When I was about 19, I was on my bed though. I was not consciously meditating at this time. I remember feeling intense energy flow through me. I shook a bit and was taken into the deeper chambers of my soul. Those chambers that are often trapped by the confines of the physical matrix inside myself. I was taken to a pyramid. I was taken up and before me sat a premortal council, not judging, they sat knowingly yet observing a few months ago, I started seeing the same counsel in my mind's eye. I see them often when there is a decision to be made about how I will use my words and deeds. The soul is undying and it carries with it. Memories, treasures, guidance, and assistance, if we would, but tap into it. Sister Latrice. I agree wholeheartedly. And thank you for sharing and being a part of the program. Lastly, yours truly here, Monique, you want more? Scott pyramids always fascinated me imagining that I would flow through secret chambers and enter another world where I would feel less trapped, free to express free, to live unhindered by expectations by the external world view . I love people. It's a natural for me. And at the same time, I believe deep with the muscles soul that people should reap what they sell, especially if they so knowingly and unapologetically things that they know that they know is absolutely foul. A friend of mine once said to me, she wished all the bad and hateful people would be removed from the face of the earth. I still remember how deeply she spewed this wish and she was serious and sincere. It has been two decades since I heard those words back then I thought to myself, how harsh to say such as pain, but fast forward to the day I'm writing this piece. I tend to align with her thoughts. Where's the nearest pyramid that I can explore to be free from feeling trapped in the chambers of an artificial world, designed to benefit a few heads of state someone, please let me know. Well, that's it for this week. Did you enjoy the creative masterpieces from sister Latrice and Augusta in Jersey, Joe in New Jersey? I hope that you did. And what I like for you to do is to tune in every Wednesday at 7:00 PM. You can listen to the podcast by either visiting, give you a break.com or on Apple iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher in any other platform up next, the words for this week, choir laughter church again, that's choir laughter church. The rules are, you must hand write for five minutes straight. You must use all the words in the first paragraph. And lastly, do not go back and correct or edit your masterpiece. Hand-write for five minutes straight, use all three words in the first paragraph, do not go back and correct or edit your masterpiece. Once you're done with your creative mixture, submit it to stories and give you a break again. That stories S T O R I E email@example.com and make sure it's legible so I can read it and have it by Sunday evening. Okay. In the meantime, you can follow me on Twitter at creative Monique. That's creative with a K K R E a T I V E M O N I Q U E. Well, that's a wrap for this week. 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Till next time.