A.R.E. Cayce Chat Closed Mar 4, 2007 14:49:24 GMT -5
Post by Blu on Mar 4, 2007 14:49:24 GMT -5
The Association of Research and Enlightenment has closed it's chat and as we understand it will continue in another form such as a blog or message board. The chatters who have enjoyed the presence of the chat room wish to extend to the A.R.E. it's thanks for it's service over the many years it severed them.
Many of us who have gained from the Cayce readings and the minds, hearts and souls of the many wonderful souls who have come and gone through the chat room wish to continue on in the same old way, in the chat format. Walks In Spirit, aka John has prepared a chat room for the Hosted chats for all the loving Hosts who wish to continue for the chatters. Their service is greatly appreciated by many and we would like to thank them for their dedication.
WIS and I wish to emphasize that this new room for the Hosted chats, which will be maintained here at Red Path for as long as we are able, is entirely for the chatters and the service that the Hosts are willing to provide. Regardless of any personal differences, every one is welcome! The Cayce readings are a valuable part of our lives and we cherish the wisdom contained there.
If you will pardon me for getting a little emotional I think back over the years of all the loving people I met in chat. I would like to take time to remember one chatter in particular who always impressed me with his love and devotion to the chatters. We called him "Traveler". Traveler took it upon himself to send out Cayce readings through email to anyone who wished to get one on a daily basis. He suddenly left chat and the email stopped. A member of his family, who knew how important we were to him came and told us that Traveler had passed through the other door. I believe that Traveler is still with us each time I get a daily quote from the A.R.E. in my email. I will always remember Traveler with a smile and know that through the chat room I had the honor of meeting in this day and time a man who truly lived his ideals. How sad it is we can not truly appreciate those around us today and know that regardless of anything else, we do not always appreciate the gift that others are to us in the present.
I would also like to mention Farm Lady. A wonderful woman full of grace who always managed to make everyone feel welcome. She served the chat room for many years and her presence is greatly missed.
I hope you will take time to stop into the chat and visit. Put your cyber feet up and stay a while. We will attempt to welcome you, appreciate you and in our own special way love you. But don't count on everyone agreeing with everything you say, that seldom happens in a chat! LOL