Sorry for the editorial mangling, Bruce.Servant is a much more appropriate word. Best, JeffMessage 1 of 2 , Aug 6, 2003View SourceSorry for the editorial
is a much more appropriate
... My spiel got twisted in Jeff s paraphrasing -- the word I used was servant, not slave. Moreover it s not a matter of treatment at all, since that whichMessage 1 of 2 , Aug 6, 2003View SourceOn Wed, 06 Aug 2003 21:27:38 -0000 "Nina" <murrkis@...> writes:
> --- In email@example.com, "Jeff Belyea"My spiel got twisted in
> <jeff@s...> wrote:
> > Hello, Nina -
> > Bruce Morgen (who, of course,
> > can speak for himself) puts
> > this thought succinctly when
> > he speaks of the inevitable
> > return (rise) of the ego after
> > the coup d'etat and whether
> > it will return as slave or master.
> > Best, Jeff
> Hi, Jeff, it seems that treating
> the ego as either slave or master
> is setting the stage for 'uprising'.
> It takes many resources to effectively
> oppress slaves.
Jeff's paraphrasing --
the word I used was
"servant," not "slave."
Moreover it's not a
matter of treatment at
all, since that which
decides upon and imposes
treatment *is* "the ego."
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