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  • mishmisha9
    Jun 6, 2005
      Truth is always good enough, but Truth is not supported by lies and
      liars. Seeing Truth smattered in with nonsense takes a lot of time
      and effort, and the problem with discernment and sorting it out seems
      to be that one cannot find absolute Truth--only Truth that is good
      enough to satisfy and perhaps justify the digestion of all the lies
      and deceptions that surround this Truth. Frankly, I don't like to be
      wading through such mire when real Truth can more easily be found by
      looking at purer sources and by also focusing/trusting on inner/outer
      experiences and how it all relates to existence.


      --- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "prometheus_973"
      <prometheus_973@y...> wrote:
      > Hi All,
      > I saw this topic else where (on another BB), and wondered about
      > Perhaps, we could just ask, How much truth is enough... rather
      > than "good" enough? How much of anything are we able to assimilate,
      > absorb, or experience? Or, is it the delusion of illusion that we
      > judge? How much truth (or even Truth) do we need before over-kill
      > over indulgence is experienced? And, "good enough" for what? I know
      > that these are a lot of questions to fire out there, but sometimes
      > questions help to clarify the subject matter. But, maybe the
      > of "How Much Truth Is Good Enough is actually a stupid question. Is
      > the person asking this question maybe waffling as to what is really
      > necessary? Maybe Twitchell's truth was really "good enough" for some
      > or many. It seems that some people can live with lies and deceit
      > every topic under the sun as long there is some truth in the mix.
      > This is exactly how con/cult artists succeed in fooling the masses.
      > Prometheus
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