Every 'System' Is Wrong: Discuss
Paul Joseph
Posted 5/14/2008 3:35 PM (#5299)
Subject: Every 'System' Is Wrong: Discuss

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Or, is any system right, in that, whatever we do, whatever we choose, we will get to where we want to be in the end - whatever that end is ?

('and in my end is my beginning')

Yet, what are the consequences - possibly for others, if not ourselves ?
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Posted 5/14/2008 6:10 PM (#5316 - in reply to #5299)
Subject: RE: Every 'System' Is Wrong: Discuss

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What is wrong, is only a lesson. We will get it right.... and if not right for others, at least right for ourselves.

We may be driving ourselves loony in the process of trying to be perfect. It may be so much more simplistic than we could imagine.

Remember when you were first learning math? I am sure it confused the heck out of ya, until someone had the key that matched your way of thinking and it all snapped into place. After that, you said... ohhhh wow. It's simple... i get it.

I think when we leave complicated earth, it will be much easier to comprehend, for our energy is stuck inside this tiny brain, which only uses a tiny percent of what is capable. When we leave this shell.... our minds will expand and what is complex, will be simple.

Or so i think..... lol
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