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, Joel Wendt <hermit@t...> wrote:
> Dear List-mates,
> Thinking with the Heart is a nice catch phrase, but can be
dangerously > mis-understood.
Hehe Yea I've been called a demagogue before :-) Though not by you
Joel, and I appreciate your comments very much - Correct me if wrong,
the emotions you describe, our sympathy-antipathy kind of judgements,
are they not based otherwhere than in the heart - The kind of
heartthinking I refer to, is of course a superconsciousness, not the
subconsciousness - and in the continutaion following the
"As long as we just wait to see where the dynamics of history leads
us, we're doomed to be victims of circumstances. This dynamic is often
dictated by other concerns, we learn to think in social, economical
and political "realities", forcing us to put aside what our hearts are
telling us and subsequently we stop listening and learn to adapt to
these "realities" - powers that dictate our actions and interactions.
We may protest against these realities - react, but to really change
anything we must create the freedom and strength to turn the tide, so
we can listen to our hearts and create the dynamics of history. When
people start working together to build the lifes and communities they
want, then good things will happen."