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After spending some time in Southeast Asia this last summer, the next comment reminded me of something I’d heard in Cambodia.  My guide in Angkor Wat said the Buddhists believed the karmic vibe there is clean now, one of the cleanest in the world– having endured so much death, the killing fields, which meant the bad energy must make way for the good now.  Dorothy explained to me that the opposite remains true for Lubbock.  Because Lubbock had always been a good, God-fearing town, composed of so much love, it now remained under spiritual attack.