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Re: tooth fairy and Eckankar

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  • prometheus_973
    Hello Diana, Don t forget the Easter Bunny and Jesus too! It was a time of wide-eyed innocence and of mythical/ mystical expectation. The imagination was great
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 10, 2011
      Hello Diana,
      Don't forget the Easter
      Bunny and Jesus too!

      It was a time of wide-eyed
      innocence and of mythical/
      mystical expectation. The
      imagination was great until
      we found out it was all another
      lie. I admit it was a fun lie
      and everyone benefited from
      it. But, I did come to hate liars!
      Really, I just could not stand
      them!

      Was being young, dumb, and
      dependent really that great?
      As kids we wanted to grow
      up fast and be free to do what
      we wanted to do instead of being
      told what to do and what to
      say and what to think by parents,
      teachers, and adults in general.

      So, we traded childhood lies
      and fantasy for the adult lies
      and fantasy. And, we soon found
      out that living as adults in this
      society (or any) and having a
      religious belief didn't really
      create an independent life.

      Anyway, here we were returning
      full circle to the fantasies created
      by religion. Sure there were fun
      times in anything we did in our
      youth, but had we known the truth...
      about Twitchell and Eckankar, well,
      wouldn't that have been an even
      greater experience! Instead, we
      were fooled again!

      Prometheus
      p.s. Isn't it true that the Easter Bunny
      was the hardest mythical creature to
      believe in? It amazes me that we could
      still believe in Santa when we had a
      big bunny crapping or laying chocolate
      and hard boiled eggs. Rabbits don't lay
      eggs! How long did that take us to figure
      out?


      Diana Stanley wrote:
      I miss the days when I believed
      in the tooth fairy, Santa Clause,
      and Eckankar
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