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The Rivers Of Freedom Within Our Thoughts And Filled With Our Spirits By Cheryl Freier


Posted by cheryl - November 24th, 2013

The Rivers Of Freedom Within Our Thoughts

By Cheryl Freier

                Recently, I came across an article on the discovery in Kenya of an underground river.  The concept of a flowing river under the ground intrigued me, and I wanted to learn more about it.  The river water would have to have rocks made of porous contents so that the water could flow freely.

            The geological phenomenon which allows water to flow swiftly through rocks is called an aquifer.  An aquifer has to have basic qualities of being porous and permeable.  There are rocks which fit this definition:  volcanic rocks which are fractured such as sandstone, limestone which has been fractured, and sand and gravel which has never consolidated.  (Yahoo.com)

            Nature is so unique that in order for a river to flow under the ground, it must have these specially categorized rocks.  I am switching gears in my mind and thinking of a ‘river’ in a metaphorical way.  Did you ever think of a ‘river’ within you, a driver, but a force for doing only good deeds?  Yes, there are ‘rivers’ within us all. 

            Joseph Freier was the father of a young, beautiful family in the book:  The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems, who had thoughts ‘gushing’ within him about saving his family from the throes of the Nazi’s whose army had occupied Slovakia.  Read the book for reading enjoyment and, also, to familiarize yourself with the concept of a ‘river within striving for a good purpose’.

            Cheryl Freier is the author of The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems and The Wild Grasses Hidden Truth Poems, both books and other novels written by Cheryl Freier are listed on Amazon.com.  On this festive holiday of Thanksgiving, let us sing praises for the people in this country and in the world who live in peace.  On this Thanksgiving holiday, let us remember that in 1620 a group of people came by ship to this country, seeking religious freedom, and this historical occasion is the reason for our festive holiday.   Amen.

 

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