2992Re: One more...
- Feb 1, 2003--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "dan330033
<dan330033@y...>" <dan330033@y...> wrote:
> Jason --******** hehehe :-)
> I'm surprised they let you out of the monkey ward.
> I guess all good things come to an end.
Yes, and watch out for those kangaroos over there, I hear they pack a
> So, now you're making speeches and taking parting shots?note
> Pack your moneky wrench, and get on the plane.
> This indulgence in linear thinking is just
> going to hurt your brain and get you nowhere.
> Peace, dude.
> Enjoy the clouds passing by,
> --- In email@example.com, "Jason
> <jfishman2@m...>" <jfishman2@m...> wrote:
> > Before I take flight, I wanted to share with you all the last
> > that will truly make it all come together, maybe. Never know, myare
> > plane could blow up and then where would ya be? Sit back, take a
> > deep breath and open up your mind to everything, here we go...
> > ya ready? You better be ready cause this is what ya all say yourdoing
> > looking for or are pretending ya found... OK
> > Dan: when the self-dissolving nature of the circle is obvious,
> > there is no need to go round in circles.
> > You're almost there, yet infinitely far away
> > A need is a need and a need is a contradiction to the whom is
> > the need perspective. It's a twist and leads right back to thepart
> > initial question asked. Now twist what you said it may read
> > When the nature of the circle is obvious, (the self-dissolving
> > is erroneous and leads down another path entirely)other
> > Then there is no reason to go round in circles (although I like
> > circles!)
> > Or twist it yet again
> > When the nature of the circle is obvious,
> > You make a choice to follow it or not.
> > One more twist, just for fun
> > When the circle is not obvious,
> > You may continue down it till it becomes obvious or you may not,
> > unknowable
> > There is no escape from the circles only choices that led to
> > circles. Regardless of where you put the I or the who or theyahoo
> > even, it will never change that it exists and you're just anotherliking
> > part of it all, nor will conditioning cease to play it's part.
> > You can try to force things, change them, mold them to your
> > or disliking, yet nothing really ever changes it's justtransfered
> > to something else, only the view from yourself. What IS, is or soanything
> > I'm told.
> > Oh, one more twist
> > When the path you choose, unfolds before you
> > Will you see the next fork in the road or continue down the same
> > path, endlessly
> > Same stuff, slightly skewed
> > For those of you still stuck in a position, as soon as you start
> > defending it to anyone including yourself you'll know your stuck,
> > then your not part of it all, not coming from a place of
> > unconditional love and compassion, are walking hand and hand with
> > ego and are out to teach someone what you think is best for your
> > gratitude. The only thing that will ever separate you from
> > is your view of it. See this and see the understanding of one,not
> > two, not two.can
> > For those of you still "in search of " here IT is! Nothing you
> > do to twist the twist, a truth in and of itself is true as truethat
> > ever get. Man, didn't we learn this in grammar school? Simple is
> > simply enlightening
> > Enjoy it, share it, post it on your fridge, remind yourself daily
> > and when you REALLY get it you will cry tears of joy and find
> > those tears are the same as those of sorrow. One, not two, nottwo.
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