- Jun 9, 2004--- In email@example.com, medit8ionsociety
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "texasbg2000"can
> <Bigbobgraham@a...> wrote:
> > If the truth is defined as that which does not change, then how
> > thought be considered the truth.
> > Misconception and accurate cognition are better designations for
> > thoughts. Accurate cognition is referred to as the truth. What
> > wrong with that?mental
> > Is it really so profound to confound the two meanings of the
> > word 'truth', and call that the truth?
> > Moralists consistantly use this confusion to justify their own
> > misconceptions, and blind the reason of others.
> > love
> > Bobby G.
> Yo Sri Bobby G,
> Actually, the initial statement..."The truth is...there is no Truth.
> And that's the Truth!" seems to be a semi-typical Sufi device that
> presents both sides of a concept in a way that negates the validity
> of either view. This presents the opportunity to cease further
> chattering about the subject, and opens the door to the possibilityones
> of direct experience of the subject/concept that words, be they
> of "Truth" or of "Untruth", can only point to.just chattering Bob.
> And that may or may not be the Truth:-)
> Peace and blessings,
The old message board is a little dry these days.
If there is no justice there is no need for truth. That is probably
not true. Or is it?
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