- I am lost even further. Who is Count Korbinski? What does he write about?
From: jwmeritt [mailto:JWMeritt@...]
Sent: Wednesday, October 02, 2002 5:49 PM
Subject: [Meditation Society of America] Re: misused words
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> Jim Wrote:I hope that you don't think Count Korbinski's work is for beginners.
> A brush up in General Semantics may help.
> And Kir Li Molari also wrote:
> "A 'quick perusal of a bit of physics textbooks', and 'A brush up in
> General Semantics may help."!!! ROFLOL!!! Thanks for the laugh!"
There are quite a few easier (as well as more recent!) texts
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- Jim wrote:
> I hope that you don't think Count Korbinski's work is forbeginners.
> There are quite a few easier (as well as more recent!) textsKir Li Molari wrote:
"Words! More words! And even more words!....When are you going to say
- "Tony" <tosime@b...> wrote:
> Hi Bob,Lots of silly stuff and a Count Korbinski too!
> I think I am lost here. Was there a joke somewhere in there?
> Jim Wrote:
I think that Kir Li Molari picked up on Jim being a trickster and
just playing around. He just put some words out there and pretended
they had some significance. As Kir Li has said "Three seconds of
meditation experience is worth more that 1000 years of
pontificating." Your own meditation journals are much more relevant
to any seeker than all the physics books ever written. BTW, a hen has
more teeth than the number of books that Count Korbinski wrote. Try a
search on Google about him.
Peace and blessings,
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> I think that Kir Li Molari picked up on Jim being a trickster andA not uncommon reaction to encountering that which is not understood.
> just playing around.
Unfortunately, really. Much the same reaction as that from many as
they augment their beginning meditation with contemplation and find
things they do not understand.
An unfortunate, but common, reaction to the unknown.