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You chose to take the lovely dance of a family and make it a battle of who was right. Again thats just my opinion of it...if it dont suit you lets twist it until it does
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It has. You kinda changed it up a bit from its origin
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Yeah, I do that.

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Of course not, everyone has experienced jealousy. My point of view is this as example:

Say someone is attacking you or another, do you walk away or let them attack? Not me, I'd fight. That as the fighter is not about jealousy or fear but as being wronged because their free will and space was invaded or an innocents was. hf

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Are you speaking of physical violence?

As I was speaking of why couples have emotional arguments, which we also call 'fighting'.

Physical violence occurs when one loses control of themselves. I would hope very few would stand around to watch another be brutalized physically.
Perhaps this entire conversation has been lost in translation somewhere.

scratching
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Seen it happen many times growing up...and once to myself. They just stood and watched me get my ass kicked. No help from the guys or my girlfriends...but oh well when it's 9 against one in the projects what are ya gonna do? :P

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You chose to take the lovely dance of a family and make it a battle of who was right. Again thats just my opinion of it...if it dont suit you lets twist it until it does
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No, I was attempting to show you the connection between anger and fear.

Simple as that.


It crosses all aspects of humanity in day to day interaction.

What is a 'family'?
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Are you speaking of physical violence?

As I was speaking of why couples have emotional arguments, which we also call 'fighting'.

Physical violence occurs when one loses control of themselves. I would hope very few would stand around to watch another be brutalized physically.
Perhaps this entire conversation has been lost in translation somewhere.

scratching
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Seen it happen many times growing up...and once to myself. They just stood and watched me get my ass kicked. No help from the guys or my girlfriends...but oh well when it's 9 against one in the projects what are ya gonna do? :P

hf
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Yes. I remember them well in high school. One time I watched a good friend of mine bite part of the ear off another.

...

It was later re-attached.


I have only struck someone out of anger once, and it was my younger brother when I young.

I felt badly about it, and have apologized to him several times over the years, as I carry guilt over it. Although, I was quite young, I realized the wrong I had done and have never physically struck another since.

Plus...I am small, and would probably lose.

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That's horrible spirit:(
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Are you speaking of physical violence?

As I was speaking of why couples have emotional arguments, which we also call 'fighting'.

Physical violence occurs when one loses control of themselves. I would hope very few would stand around to watch another be brutalized physically.
Perhaps this entire conversation has been lost in translation somewhere.

scratching
 Quoting: Seer777


Seen it happen many times growing up...and once to myself. They just stood and watched me get my ass kicked. No help from the guys or my girlfriends...but oh well when it's 9 against one in the projects what are ya gonna do? :P

hf
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Yes. I remember them well in high school. One time I watched a good friend of mine bite part of the ear off another.

...

It was later re-attached.


I have only struck someone out of anger once, and it was my younger brother when I young.

I felt badly about it, and have apologized to him several times over the years, as I carry guilt over it. Although, I was quite young, I realized the wrong I had done and have never physically struck another since.

Plus...I am small, and would probably lose.

tounge
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Being the only natives girls in my high school...I had to learn early on to stick up for myself. I never started the fights but I did end them. After freshman year I had no problems whatsoever...I hung with the puerto ricans, blacks, spanish girls...so it was not bad at all after that. I remember one time this cheerleader small girl had some problem with a friend of mine. This cheerleader was so stuck up and mean to my friend but we always got along. One day my she came up to me with almost a black eye swollen lip crying cause they got into it in the bathroom...saying can you please help me? If you can kick her ass for me I will pay you whatever you want. I laughed in her face and said no. Fight your own battles...you are a bitch to her constantly. Anyway my friend heard about that and well she got a worse beating. I didn't see it...heard about it over the phone that night...fact is this is a tough world...everyone's on their own when it comes to that type of stuff...
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I would have to think on emotional fighting. Oh, like the yin yang dance-one fear, one react and its like that with all degrees of fighting. I think you, seer, was picking up the fear part/person and I was picking up the react/defensive part/person. There is always two.scratching
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oops double post :)

That was weird I only changed one post but it changed both of them...oh well lol

hf

did it again...freaky hiding

chuckle
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hey,, songs,,

the color of the store reflected in the rain on the sidewalk is awesome,,

no jay walking though,,

and be safe,,

grab some candy,, and and enjoy the great british experience indeed,,

(jk),,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 32446950



I weakened with Monster munch pickled onion flavour, it made me laugh to read a monster on the packet saying...

Pickled Onion. Where have you been? "Living the dream! I've experienced many things, but nothing compares to those early days together as a group of young monsters.

Which made me laugh as I often enjoyed them as a child.


Young at heart the message :)
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I would have to think on emotional fighting. Oh, like the yin yang dance-one fear, one react and its like that with all degrees of fighting. I think you, seer, was picking up the fear part/person and I was picking up the react/defensive part/person. There is always two.scratching
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and the defensive person has the two choices, either action/hope or inaction/fear
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I would have to think on emotional fighting. Oh, like the yin yang dance-one fear, one react and its like that with all degrees of fighting. I think you, seer, was picking up the fear part/person and I was picking up the react/defensive part/person. There is always two.scratching
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Yes...the 'cause'.

cause----effect

action---reaction


How does one stop a thought?

The space between. Where one is offered a choice.

It is the same thing. Choosing where to point ones focus in a moment of emotional intensity.

To not be a 'slave' to ones emotions...IOW. To become less reactive as far as acting on negative emotion. To realize where it is coming from and take a moment to reflect the best course of action.


Sometimes it is little more than the fear of 'losing face' which will cause anger and violence.

Does this make sense?

balance3

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love that picture see7,,

where is it from?

much love,,
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I love it too.

:)



I don't remember where I found it. But when I saw it, I was instantly attracted to it.

To me it speaks of great patience in the act of creating something beautiful.

It is also an act of devotion and love, of stillness and attention to detail and colour...

:PisforPatience:
 Quoting: Seer777


They make quite a few of these so am likely mistaken, but a group of buddists created a very similar mandala at the Royal Academy, London in the 80/90's?, after it was finished they poured it into the Thames. I think my father has the exhibition book so I will ask him next time I visit.

I saw it in mid-creation and it was stunning!

At one time I was interested to study Tibetan art and mandalas, but it was a 7 year apprenticeship before I got to pick up a paintbrush! I thought it would probably take longer than 7 years to still my mind lol

hf
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love that picture see7,,

where is it from?

much love,,
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I love it too.

:)



I don't remember where I found it. But when I saw it, I was instantly attracted to it.

To me it speaks of great patience in the act of creating something beautiful.

It is also an act of devotion and love, of stillness and attention to detail and colour...

PisforPatience
 Quoting: Seer777


They make quite a few of these so am likely mistaken, but a group of buddists created a very similar mandala at the Royal Academy, London in the 80/90's?, after it was finished they poured it into the Thames. I think my father has the exhibition book so I will ask him next time I visit.

I saw it in mid-creation and it was stunning!

At one time I was interested to study Tibetan art and mandalas, but it was a 7 year apprenticeship before I got to pick up a paintbrush! I thought it would probably take longer than 7 years to still my mind lol

hf
 Quoting: songwaves 33697586


7 years before you could pick up a paint brush?

Why?


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I would have to think on emotional fighting. Oh, like the yin yang dance-one fear, one react and its like that with all degrees of fighting. I think you, seer, was picking up the fear part/person and I was picking up the react/defensive part/person. There is always two.scratching
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Yes...the 'cause'.

cause----effect

action---reaction


How does one stop a thought?

The space between. Where one is offered a choice.

It is the same thing. Choosing where to point ones focus in a moment of emotional intensity.

To not be a 'slave' to ones emotions...IOW. To become less reactive as far as acting on negative emotion. To realize where it is coming from and take a moment to reflect the best course of action.


Sometimes it is little more than the fear of 'losing face' which will cause anger and violence.

Does this make sense?

:balance3:
 Quoting: Seer777


Yes. My question now would be about the 'cause'. Is the cause only two as well? Fear or love=motive

bold(choice)being the fulcrum point
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Sand mandalas are really pretty.
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I would have to think on emotional fighting. Oh, like the yin yang dance-one fear, one react and its like that with all degrees of fighting. I think you, seer, was picking up the fear part/person and I was picking up the react/defensive part/person. There is always two.scratching
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Yes...the 'cause'.

cause----effect

action---reaction


How does one stop a thought?

The space between. Where one is offered a choice.

It is the same thing. Choosing where to point ones focus in a moment of emotional intensity.

To not be a 'slave' to ones emotions...IOW. To become less reactive as far as acting on negative emotion. To realize where it is coming from and take a moment to reflect the best course of action.


Sometimes it is little more than the fear of 'losing face' which will cause anger and violence.

Does this make sense?

balance3
 Quoting: Seer777


Yes. My question now would be about the 'cause'. Is the cause only two as well? Fear or love=motive

bold(choice)being the fulcrum point
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Yes.

The space between...

Where one chooses how to react to a certain stimuli.


For example I just posted this elsewhere.


Your contract is almost up demon.


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Wow...that was really harsh.


Do you feel you have judged this person properly Kathryn?

After having reflected on it for awhile, do you feel you acted judiciously? Or was it reflecting emotion and fear in your judgement.

scales
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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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oops double post :)

That was weird I only changed one post but it changed both of them...oh well lol

hf

did it again...freaky hiding

chuckle
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lol
that`s like dreaming in a dream
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love that picture see7,,

where is it from?

much love,,
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I love it too.

:)



I don't remember where I found it. But when I saw it, I was instantly attracted to it.

To me it speaks of great patience in the act of creating something beautiful.

It is also an act of devotion and love, of stillness and attention to detail and colour...

:PisforPatience:
 Quoting: Seer777


They make quite a few of these so am likely mistaken, but a group of buddists created a very similar mandala at the Royal Academy, London in the 80/90's?, after it was finished they poured it into the Thames. I think my father has the exhibition book so I will ask him next time I visit.

I saw it in mid-creation and it was stunning!

At one time I was interested to study Tibetan art and mandalas, but it was a 7 year apprenticeship before I got to pick up a paintbrush! I thought it would probably take longer than 7 years to still my mind lol

hf
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7 years before you could pick up a paint brush?

Why?


:BuddistMandala:
 Quoting: Seer777


A combination of grasping the basic concepts of buddhism and being able to achieve the right state of mind to pick up the brush.

I arrived the only week of the year they ordain nuns/monks quite by accident as I considered it as a life pathway, lovely sync.

(((((om mani padme hum - to all )))))

hf
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I was just offered 4 oranges from Grammy next door having been gone from this house for the last 35 days.

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'Sitting by the mango tree'
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oops double post :)

That was weird I only changed one post but it changed both of them...oh well lol

hf

did it again...freaky hiding

chuckle
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lol
that`s like dreaming in a dream
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I know right? blink

chuckle

hf
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I was just offered 4 oranges from Grammy next door having been gone from this house for the last 35 days.

tounge
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hiding
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Have to be vewy vewy careful of our thoughts as they are now manifesting.....kinda scary but fun :)
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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Have to be vewy vewy careful of our thoughts as they are now manifesting.....kinda scary but fun:)
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probably a good thing to feel

if you are having fun at it you are allowing things to fall into place

hope for fear no more

hf

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Have to be vewy vewy careful of our thoughts as they are now manifesting.....kinda scary but fun :)
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oh I got the perfect song :D



chuckle

hf
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Have to be vewy vewy careful of our thoughts as they are now manifesting.....kinda scary but fun:)
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probably a good thing to feel

if you are having fun at it you are allowing things to fall into place

hope for fear no more

hf
 Quoting: 1908247


I feel like I've been tangoed ;) (you might not get that reference..hmm maybe a local ref).


Like Seer says its our 'reaction to it which then preceeds what happens next, I'm still learning how to do this and stay in a positive frame of mind.


Kaizen hf
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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Have to be vewy vewy careful of our thoughts as they are now manifesting.....kinda scary but fun :)
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oh I got the perfect song :D



chuckle

hf
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I liked it, had some attitude, thanks for the chuckle spirit.
chuckle
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Have to be vewy vewy careful of our thoughts as they are now manifesting.....kinda scary but fun:)
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probably a good thing to feel

if you are having fun at it you are allowing things to fall into place

hope for fear no more

hf
 Quoting: 1908247


I feel like I've been tangoed ;) (you might not get that reference..hmm maybe a local ref).


Like Seer says its our 'reaction to it which then preceeds what happens next, I'm still learning how to do this and stay in a positive frame of mind.


Kaizen hf
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tangoed? please explain haha


this is a brilliant brazilian song I recently discovered (:





5=101 binary
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Looks like...'lol'

tounge


hf
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This is the fourth repentance of Sophia

Jesus said unto John: "I give thee commandment, and I grant thee to speak the solution of the repentance which Pistis Sophia hath uttered."

John answered and said: "My Lord and Saviour, concerning this repentance which Pistis Sophia hath uttered, thy light-power which was in David, hath prophesied aforetime in the one-hundred-and-first Psalm:
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Fourth to Fifth Aeon
Netzach -> Tiphereth

lol

5=platonic solids
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Rev 5:5 And one of the elders saith unto me, Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Juda, the Root of David, hath prevailed to open the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof.
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Excellent, So, Do I bend a spoon or the whole damnable ladle?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


code tango 12
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