Re: the reasons for Reason
- Thank you SO much, dear Mike, for responding and understanding!
(To tell you the truth: I immediately regretted to have mentioned
Only ONE-TIME I have taken a pain-stiller before going to sleep; and
afterwards no more.
I just DON't want to have this "pain" getting ANY influence
whatsoever on my thinking; and indeed (what you are saying) in one-
way-or-another one get's a sort of "used" to it when it continues all
I really feel relieved, reading your post; and I'll tell you what
kept/keeps me rather happy despite of this pain, being the text of
St.Paul's Roman-Letter chapter 14;13, which at this moment is exactly
what I wish for you.
Peace and Love,
--- In email@example.com, Mike Leavitt <ac998@l...> wrote:
> Hello jachthondus
> On 07-Feb-04, you wrote:
> > Dear Gerry,
> > Just sort-of struggling-out of my illness now, which NEARLY
> > me from "THINKING" because of this Stupid-thing, which is
> > called "physical-pain"...
> > Boys, oh boys... I'm SO GRATEFUL to be able to THINK again, and
> > leave this "automatical-pilot" of trying to keep-up a nice-,
> > behaviour to my surroundings behind me...
> > It really SCARED me, how heavy-, and continuous "physical-pain"
> > suddenly can be so "overwhelming" that one can't concentrate
> > any longer on the thoughts of one's own-mind...
> > I urged myself to concentrate, but sometimes I simply couldn't!
> You learn to live with it, I know.
> > I never have gone through such an "ordeal" before, but what
> > "rescued" me every-time again was a little-flash of "KNOWING"
> > "call-it- "GOD"...
> > Sorry if I should have bothered you with this; but none of my
> > friends/children/who-ever would be able to "understand"; so I
> > to keep silent about this experience.
> > I somehow am feeling that You will not think me too "stupid",
> > sharing this?!
> > With Warm Regards,
> > Jach.
> Not at all, the first time you have to deal with it, it can be
> overpowering. Just keep using pain killers to a minimum. Use them
> only when you have to, or you are going to sleep. And avoid doing
> what causes or aggravates the pain, as much as you can, but keep as
> active as you can within those parameters. Good luck, I hope this
> a transitory situation for you and not permanent like my back.
> Mike Leavitt ac998@l...
- Hello Gerry
On 29-Feb-04, you wrote:
> http://www.nmsi.ac.uk/piclib/imagerecord.asp?id=10411307 This is a
> nutshell version attributing the image's first known use to French
> astronomer Camille Flammarion in 1888.
I cannot remember the name of his book, but Flammarion was into the
Occult and Metaphysical, more or less Theosophical in tone if I
remember right, so he may have consciously altered the older 16th
Century image to suit his more modern Occult outlook. Just another
coincidence, though perhaps. AFAIK, he was not involved in the late
19th century French Gnostic movement, though I could be wrong on
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