Timothy Travis: Going up the Mountain. No one can go up the mountain for me, no one can bring down that lightening in a bottle--safe and smooth, warm and comfortable--that can change me and save me. I have to go up there, myself. I need to feel the shaking, smell the smoke, endure the heat, and get what I need for myself (which is freely given to all who seek it), directly from the Source. Because when I do, and when I come back down, my skill at living my life is improved--as are the lives of the people who must deal with me day to day.

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