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Re: The Perennial Wisdom.

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  • William
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 6, 2010
      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "dick.richardson@..." <dick.richardson@...> wrote:
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      > The Perennial Wisdom.
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      > (for all the little Nihilists in Nauseana Land)
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      > At the base of ALL human beings and all life, there resides a perennial,
      > unchanging, timeless WISDOM (innate understanding). FACT. You have
      > got it, I have got it, we have all frigging well got it. We would NOT
      > exist without it, because it is the deepest part of what we are. If
      > you had lived here ten thousand years ago you could have found it. If
      > you live here in ten thousand years time then you will be able to find
      > it. If you live here now (unless I am talking to myself) then you can
      > find it now. You might find it tonight. Then again you might not. But
      > when you find it then you will sure know it and not be in any doubt
      > – for it is impossible to doubt. And if you know it is then you
      > will understand that well enough.
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      > So come on then lads and lassies all – let us talk about it!
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      > There are two kinds of people that I really like. Those that know it and
      > say so, and talk about it; and those who do not know it and say so. That
      > too is honest and maintains integrity. There is one kind of person
      > that I detest, and that is he or she who claims that they know it when
      > they don't. But you can see through them easy. The others that
      > crawl up ones nose with a rotten smell are those who insist on saying
      > that there is no such thing and that those talking of it are lunatics
      > and deluded perverts – they talk about what they DON'T know and
      > assume there is nothing greater than what they know – that is REAL
      > Sick. Dogs have more integrity than that. Give me a bank robber any
      > day to that of a liar, and also that of a closed mind that nothing can
      > get in to and yet assumes that it knows it all and everybody but them
      > is prize prat.
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      > By the way, have you pulled the Sword from the Stone yet? The answer is
      > either yes or no. It does not matter either way, so long as you
      > don't lie about it. And nobody has ever lied without knowing that
      > they are lying. But they denigrate themselves only in so doing; and
      > humanity will not be judged by them. A mistake is something different,
      > and no problem. That perennial Wisdom is closer to you than your foot
      > is. Ipso. And it will be around when your foot aint around. Ipso.
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      > Merlin
      > Mr. Wisard, did you read the damn article? Bill
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