13028Re: Knives vs Meditation
- Jun 28, 2004--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, medit8ionsociety
> We now have about 375 members, and our sister/brotherlittle
> meditation/nonduality/enlightenment/etc sites have as many as a
> over double this. I recently became interested in collecting andwhy
> learning how to make knives. I couldn't possibly tell you where or
> this yen came into my consciousness, but there it was, and so Isought
> out information on the web about this (what I thought was) somewhatYou could say that knives can be consciousness evolving objects.
> esoteric hobby/calling/material desire/whatever. Well, it turns out
> that one group I belong to has 24,000 members, another 16,000, and
> another 15,000. So, I guess what I'm wondering is what the
> significance of there being such a greater apparent interest in
> knives than in consciousness evolving subjects.
> Peace and blessings,
> PS: Anybody know where I can get some good damascus blades at
> reasonable prices?:-)
My favorite knife is the swiss army serrated knife I've had for
camping and such. It is better than ginsu. I can saw down small
trees and then still slice tomatoes. Plus, it fits very nicely
in my purse. LOL! I admit that I have thought to have it near
as a defense (hehe, how universal is THAT?) a time or two, but
luckily have never had to use it in that capacity.
Here is a link to an amazing knife store:
I don't know how reasonable their prices are, but the
folks are "real nice" there. They are a little like a museum,
with lots of old, old knives on display, as well as knives
Bob, if you think knives are big, you haven't seen the traffic
this side of town on the gun show days. Yee haw!
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