Re: [t93] The Aleisterion Answer
- View SourceQuoting Frater Tahuti <thoth@...>:
> I'm sure everyone has their personal work and attainments, but I'dfrom where i sit it looks to me as if 'aleisterion' has experienced what i
> suppose that when someone makes public announcement of their success it
> means this success is relevant to the general public (which includes
> me). If it is not, why go public?
have come to refer to (for lack of a better term) as an 'intellectual orgasm'.
a great breakthrough in a thought process. now if we all think back, some
further than others, to that first physical orgasm, didn't we have the same
reaction to it that '' is exhibiting? the disbelief that anyone else in the
world could possible experience what we just have, the wonder of how anyone
lives with this or without it, you want to shout from the rooftops about this
awesome thing that you just discovered. aleisterion, friend, i would urge you
not to see this breakthrough as a final step in self discovery but to seek
another 'breakthrough' even more grand than this.
*love is a verb. not what one may feel, but what one does*