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RE: [existlist] question

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  • Eduard Alf
    Tim, thanks ... thats good thinking ... so you are saying that he has same size head as Hemingway ... i wonder how i should take that ....:-) .. serious
    Message 1 of 79 , Jun 3, 2001
      Tim,

      thanks ... thats good thinking ... so you are saying that he has same size
      head as Hemingway ... i wonder how i should take that ....:-) ..

      serious though, why would god wear clothes? ... does he feel cold, or
      subject to sun burn? ... or is it just fashion that he would be after? ...

      eduard

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Timothy R. Westerhof [mailto:twesterh@...]
      Sent: Sunday, June 03, 2001 10:36 PM
      To: existlist@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: RE: [existlist] question


      Eduard,

      If He does...

      He is wearing a white linen suit by Zegna... the only garment worthy... Tie
      also by Zegna... Vintage watch by Patek Philippe. Cotton undergarments by
      Calvin Klein. Shoes are Italian, custom made. Sometimes He wears a hat
      given to Him by Ernest Hemingway...

      Or maybe He doesn't...

      Regards,

      trw.
    • louise
      Why is it so widely assumed that hurting others can be judged by the gauge of feeling?? Is it not the case that most hurt is done in this world by people
      Message 79 of 79 , Aug 18, 2005
        Why is it so widely assumed that hurting others can be judged by the
        gauge of feeling??

        Is it not the case that most hurt is done in this world by people
        feeling good about themselves, approving their own motives, enjoying
        the backing of majorities, or powerful minorities??

        Dialectic, at the level of the individual, consists in a dialogue
        with oneself. The discovery of absolute subjective truth, in
        consequence of feeling and understanding, at war. What we don't
        want to know is what we usually most need to know. It may be
        unsociable to harangue others with unwanted or incomprehensible
        knowledge, yet on what authority does anyone declare 'sick' those
        who state their worlds of vision in manner discomfiting the
        satisfied majority. Satisfied, that is, with their own 'wellness'.
        Should not theoretic ethics include a sense of responsibility about
        the very categories of health and illness, when applied in the realm
        of ideas and other mental constructs?

        louise
        ... nooist student
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