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Seer777
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Such a strange world we live in
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:)


Ever have a span of time you feel God made just for you? I had about an hour of 'time' yesterday when the clouds parted and the Sun, clouds, and birds performed an awe inspiring dance...set to music.

It went beyond words...Transcendental experience.


True gratitude is felt...

Eternally.

SkyMeetsSea

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it seems strange within it`s cloak of self imposed mystery
but
the good news is
underneath the mystery it is straight forward
everyone of significant tradition believes the same thing/process
the ingredients that are within their belief of process differ but the process they believe in is the same
thus globalization is the natural process of the universally believed process . as in:
a set of ingredients (magic) placed within the processes (globalization) will cause significant noticeable material affect to all things on the globe
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Such a strange world we live in
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:)


Ever have a span of time you feel God made just for you? I had about an hour of 'time' yesterday when the clouds parted and the Sun, clouds, and birds performed an awe inspiring dance...set to music.

It went beyond words...Transcendental experience.


True gratitude is felt...

Eternally.

:SkyMeetsSea:
 Quoting: Seer777


Hi seerstar, I posted this vvvv this morning.


Do you know anything about the swastika. It is on my list of things to study... And no, I did not search glp yet. I am sure someone here knows about it.

It seems linked to time in my mind for some reason.

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pinch affect/logos/altered state is vortical in nature thus sensitives instantly detect transfer of domains/dimensions sensation from the thought of our vortice which prompts the notion of altered linear time
because most often the impression is for our senses to be removed from their present environment into the dimensional mood of altered state
and
because altered state is emotional information/energy, when one returns to non altered state, the impression is you have been "away" for far longer than the linear clock next to you tells you have been away for
this is because in altered state, the information/emotion/energy your personality is experiencing is arriving at faster than light velocity thus you are emotionally experiencing in minutes what it may take hours to days to experience at light speed
hence you do actually experience hours or days of emotional information in minutes in the same manner as you do at light speed
there is no difference to your personality
and
to those whom do it often, your body adjusts because it is forced accept by our experience of reality that we live very much longer in linear years thus it begins adjust it`s functions accordingly
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and this /z\ is because your soul/personality is a non material structure which by default is structured to function at faster than light velocity

it can and does slow down to light velocity
but
it just as naturally functions at faster than light
it is it`s nature to do so

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Good morning.

This is what happens with me and now my oldest son is reporting the same experiences.

We call it going quantum, we create our own bubble, so everything else slows down, he says everyone goes in to slow motion and he feels really really fast, then the internal spinning begins, feels kind of like the reorientation feeling, if you are sitting it is a backwards spin feeling and when standing a floating feeling.

Have been told I have amazing reflexes and have shocked a few in my time a my lightening speed, yet I think it is more the self's perception of time that is altered and the physical just acts accordingly.
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Such a strange world we live in
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:)


Ever have a span of time you feel God made just for you? I had about an hour of 'time' yesterday when the clouds parted and the Sun, clouds, and birds performed an awe inspiring dance...set to music.

It went beyond words...Transcendental experience.


True gratitude is felt...

Eternally.

SkyMeetsSea
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Hi seerstar, I posted this vvvv this morning.

Good morning.

This is what happens with me and now my oldest son is reporting the same experiences.

We call it going quantum, we create our own bubble, so everything else slows down, he says everyone goes in to slow motion and he feels really really fast, then the internal spinning begins, feels kind of like the reorientation feeling, if you are sitting it is a backwards spin feeling and when standing a floating feeling.

Have been told I have amazing reflexes and have shocked a few in my time a my lightening speed, yet I think it is more the self's perception of time that is altered and the physical just acts accordingly.
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Yes I saw.

Have you always found your reflexes to be unnaturally quick? Mine have always been, to the point of having to 'wait for' that which delivered the reflex.

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:)


Ever have a span of time you feel God made just for you? I had about an hour of 'time' yesterday when the clouds parted and the Sun, clouds, and birds performed an awe inspiring dance...set to music.

It went beyond words...Transcendental experience.


True gratitude is felt...

Eternally.

SkyMeetsSea:
 Quoting: Seer777


Not really, except for experiences of a transcendent nature.

Actually, I take that back completely! Out surfing I have had that feeling many times. There are others as well, now that I think about it properly.
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it seems strange within it`s cloak of self imposed mystery
but
the good news is
underneath the mystery it is straight forward
everyone of significant tradition believes the same thing/process
the ingredients that are within their belief of process differ but the process they believe in is the same
thus globalization is the natural process of the universally believed process . as in:
a set of ingredients (magic) placed within the processes (globalization) will cause significant noticeable material affect to all things on the globe
 Quoting: aether


Yes, that is where I was at in my mind when I said that. There is so much that everyday humans are purposely blinded from. Blinded to the extent that they believe in things that are not real, and do not believe in things that are real.

We're a mess.
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Such a strange world we live in
 Quoting: Septenary Man


:)


Ever have a span of time you feel God made just for you? I had about an hour of 'time' yesterday when the clouds parted and the Sun, clouds, and birds performed an awe inspiring dance...set to music.

It went beyond words...Transcendental experience.


True gratitude is felt...

Eternally.

:SkyMeetsSea:
 Quoting: Seer777


Hi seerstar, I posted this vvvv this morning.

Good morning.

This is what happens with me and now my oldest son is reporting the same experiences.

We call it going quantum, we create our own bubble, so everything else slows down, he says everyone goes in to slow motion and he feels really really fast, then the internal spinning begins, feels kind of like the reorientation feeling, if you are sitting it is a backwards spin feeling and when standing a floating feeling.

Have been told I have amazing reflexes and have shocked a few in my time a my lightening speed, yet I think it is more the self's perception of time that is altered and the physical just acts accordingly.
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Yes I saw.

Have you always found your reflexes to be unnaturally quick? Mine have always been, to the point of having to 'wait for' that which delivered the reflex.

wave
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Yes always.

Was going to write if you think on it it makes them slow down, yet you did in a way anyway.

The lesson I have found with this is trust instincts, as as soon as thought or thinking is added to the equation boom it all seems to unravel and you end up in slow motion instead of hyper speed.
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Greetings Everyone hf

Seer Yes I have had many times as you describe as of late...

Free floating in the Aether and all else is immaterial to the feelings and connections at the time ... timeless is how it feels

erthwat

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First Love Child of Human Neanderthals found

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The skeletal remains of an individual living in northern Italy 40,000-30,000 years ago are believed to be that of a human/Neanderthal hybrid, according to a paper in PLoS ONE.

If further analysis proves the theory correct, the remains belonged to the first known such hybrid, providing direct evidence that humans and Neanderthals interbred. Prior genetic research determined the DNA of people with European and Asian ancestry is 1 to 4 percent Neanderthal.


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The Queen of the Sciences

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Our medieval ancestors understood theology to be the queen of the sciences. Her twin sister Sophia—the Greek word for “wisdom”—was also venerated in the discipline of philosophy. It was hard to tell the two beauties apart, but together they once ruled the many domains of human knowledge.

Theology departments today, however, are increasingly irrelevant backwaters in the modern university, engaged in seemingly solipsistic debates. If they want to reclaim exalted status in the university and society, they would do well to embrace Big History as the primary “revelation” and the Great Matrix of Being as foundational knowledge.

The Great Matrix of Being, as I put forth in my last essay, is a multi-dimensional scientific understanding of reality measured in universal scales of chronology, size, energy density flow, electromagnetic radiation, and thresholds of emergent complexity. This was contrasted with the now antiquated “Great Chain of Being” employed by medieval Muslims, Jews, and Christians.


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Ritualizing Big History

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Big History is the 13.7 billion year epic narrative of cosmic, planetary, life, and cultural evolution. It is not only scientifically profound. It can be told as a sacred story in ways that bridge mainstream science and diverse religious traditions. When skillfully told, it makes the science memorable and meaningful, even while enriching one’s religious faith (or secular outlook).

In the early through mid twentieth century, the Jesuit paleontologist Pierre Teilhard de Chardin promulgated a Christian version of the story, while Julian Huxley (biologist), Aldo Leopold (ecologist), and Loren Eiseley (anthropologist) wrote eloquent tomes from what could be called a “religious naturalist” perspective. But it wasn’t until the 1970s and 1980s that the intellectual and literary expressions began to be celebrated in ceremony and rituals in what was called the "Epic of Evolution."

The first ritual expressions were associated with the Deep Ecology work practiced and promoted by Joanna Macy (California) and John Seed (Australia). Although “The Council of All Beings” is the most familiar of their productions, Macy and Seed (as well as Jean Houston, New York) created solemn processes and guided meditations that helped participants connect with their primate, reptilian, and fish heritage.

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Thinking more on that it would be because the thought the actual words being thought out in our head are wrong.

They are words in the English language and are being said one word at a time in real linear time in our mind as an action that takes milliseconds to do does not require the actual words t h a t s e e m t o b e i n s l o w m o t i o n.
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Thinking more on that it would be because the thought the actual words being thought out in our head are wrong.

They are words in the English language and are being said one word at a time in real linear time in our mind as an action that takes milliseconds to do does not require the actual words t h a t s e e m t o b e i n s l o w m o t i o n.
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Yes.

That is how one 'stops a thought'.

By stopping the words or images before they form. To know what will come of the impulse burst, and to cut it off at the head before it gets past the first W O R D S. . . . . .


The space between.

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Greetings Everyone hf

Seer Yes I have had many times as you describe as of late...

Free floating in the Aether and all else is immaterial to the feelings and connections at the time ... timeless is how it feels

erthwat


"You become What You Think"

col741



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I believe it.

Wonderful Fringe.


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Thinking more on that it would be because the thought the actual words being thought out in our head are wrong.

They are words in the English language and are being said one word at a time in real linear time in our mind as an action that takes milliseconds to do does not require the actual words t h a t s e e m t o b e i n s l o w m o t i o n.
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Yes.

That is how one 'stops a thought'.

By stopping the words or images before they form. To know what will come of the impulse burst, and to cut it off at the head before it gets past the first W O R D S. . . . . .


The space between.

:)
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Thinking more on that it would be because the thought the actual words being thought out in our head are wrong.

They are words in the English language and are being said one word at a time in real linear time in our mind as an action that takes milliseconds to do does not require the actual words t h a t s e e m t o b e i n s l o w m o t i o n.
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Yes.

That is how one 'stops a thought'.

By stopping the words or images before they form. To know what will come of the impulse burst, and to cut it off at the head before it gets past the first W O R D S. . . . . .


The space between.

:)
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Seems many reside there huh ;)
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lmao Nice find acuk hugs

the "In Betweens" or the void?
Spirituality must be lived, not just studied. All the books in the world will NOT help us if we do not live what we learn.

"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
"Somewhere beyond our ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing,
there is a Garden , The Balance. I’ll meet you there."


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“The heart and mind must be brought into perfect equilibrium before true thinking or true spirituality can be attained. The highest function of the mind is reason; the highest function of the heart is intuition, a sensing process not necessitating the normal working of the mind.”

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interesting,,

cause and effect,, are not simply latter received perceptions,,

as the mind creates the all perception within projected reflection,,

much love,,
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I keep getting a snap back from the void at the moment, so have taken a sabbatical from attempting that particular thingy mcbob and will just let nature take its course rather than bullying and heckling myself along.

'Inbetween' is where you get the space to discover the void, without thought, it feels.
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interesting,,

cause and effect,, are not simply latter received perceptions,,

as the mind creates the all perception within projected reflection
,,

much love,,
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Lovely.

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interesting,,

cause and effect,, are not simply latter received perceptions,,

as the mind creates the all perception within projected reflection,,

much love,,
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woohoo

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indeed,, you are see7,,

thankyou,,

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I keep getting a snap back from the void at the moment, so have taken a sabbatical from attempting that particular thingy mcbob and will just let nature take its course rather than bullying and heckling myself along.

'Inbetween' is where you get the space to discover the void, without thought, it feels.
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I understand .... as I have recently been thru said for same reason...

Mastering the mind or it masters You hf

sometimes we need a refresher course when blindsided
Spirituality must be lived, not just studied. All the books in the world will NOT help us if we do not live what we learn.

"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
"Somewhere beyond our ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing,
there is a Garden , The Balance. I’ll meet you there."


ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“The heart and mind must be brought into perfect equilibrium before true thinking or true spirituality can be attained. The highest function of the mind is reason; the highest function of the heart is intuition, a sensing process not necessitating the normal working of the mind.”

~Manly P. Hall

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I keep getting a snap back from the void at the moment, so have taken a sabbatical from attempting that particular thingy mcbob and will just let nature take its course rather than bullying and heckling myself along.

'Inbetween' is where you get the space to discover the void, without thought, it feels.
 Quoting: acuk 37651533


I understand .... as I have recently been thru said for same reason...

Mastering the mind or it masters You hf

sometimes we need a refresher course when blindsided
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Yes.

I use to have that happen often.

To the point of feeling like my entire perception base had exploded against the walls and I was then forced to put it back together by reading the patterns...if you will.

Quite a scary and potentially productive place to find oneself.


That is generally why it comes slow...it seems.

Due to the propensity to do this...

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I keep getting a snap back from the void at the moment, so have taken a sabbatical from attempting that particular thingy mcbob and will just let nature take its course rather than bullying and heckling myself along.

'Inbetween' is where you get the space to discover the void, without thought, it feels.
 Quoting: acuk 37651533


I understand .... as I have recently been thru said for same reason...

Mastering the mind or it masters You hf

sometimes we need a refresher course when blindsided
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Yes.

I use to have that happen often.

To the point of feeling like my entire perception base had exploded against the walls and I was then forced to put it back together by reading the patterns...if you will.

Quite a scary and potentially productive place to find oneself.


That is generally why it comes slow...it seems.

Due to the propensity to do this...

PeekaBooU
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Yes I have done that in the past as well ... retreated to lick wounds as it were. Have learned to make lessons of such and to not repeat ones that get one in said position.
Some are truly tests and pop quizes to test said strength gained from experiences ... and some are growing pains as it were ;)

The Art of War in the battlefield of the Mind.

Perception indeed :)

innerchild
Spirituality must be lived, not just studied. All the books in the world will NOT help us if we do not live what we learn.

"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
"Somewhere beyond our ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing,
there is a Garden , The Balance. I’ll meet you there."


ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“The heart and mind must be brought into perfect equilibrium before true thinking or true spirituality can be attained. The highest function of the mind is reason; the highest function of the heart is intuition, a sensing process not necessitating the normal working of the mind.”

~Manly P. Hall

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I keep getting a snap back from the void at the moment, so have taken a sabbatical from attempting that particular thingy mcbob and will just let nature take its course rather than bullying and heckling myself along.

'Inbetween' is where you get the space to discover the void, without thought, it feels.
 Quoting: acuk 37651533


I understand .... as I have recently been thru said for same reason...

Mastering the mind or it masters You hf

sometimes we need a refresher course when blindsided
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Yes.

I use to have that happen often.

To the point of feeling like my entire perception base had exploded against the walls and I was then forced to put it back together by reading the patterns...if you will.

Quite a scary and potentially productive place to find oneself.


That is generally why it comes slow...it seems.

Due to the propensity to do this...

PeekaBooU
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Yes I have done that in the past as well ... retreated to lick wounds as it were. Have learned to make lessons of such and to not repeat ones that get one in said position.
Some are truly tests and pop quizes to test said strength gained from experiences ... and some are growing pains as it were ;)

The Art of War in the battlefield of the Mind.

Perception indeed :)

innerchild
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Wise words.

Internal silence and reflection is paramount in situations of said.

If ones perceptions are not bent gently, one can easily slip into madness or dismiss it completely. Which is most often the case.

Hence...


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A wolf had a bone stuck in his throat so hired a crane at great expense to stick his head in to the wolfs mouth and draw out the bone.
When the crane had extracted the bone he then demanded payment, the wolf grinning and grinding his teeth said, "why surely you have had sufficient recompense having drawn your head out safely from the jaws of a wolf.

In serving the wicked expect no rewards and be thankful you managed to escape with your whole being.

From a book I read once forget the name.
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A wolf had a bone stuck in his throat so hired a crane at great expense to stick his head in to the wolfs mouth and draw out the bone.
When the crane had extracted the bone he then demanded payment, the wolf grinning and grinding his teeth said, "why surely you have had sufficient recompense having drawn your head out safely from the jaws of a wolf.

In serving the wicked expect no rewards and be thankful you managed to escape with your whole being.

From a book I read once forget the name.
 Quoting: acuk 37651533


This goes well with Einstiens quote :


The more the Knowledge , the lesser the Ego
The lesser the Knowledge , the more the Ego


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Spirituality must be lived, not just studied. All the books in the world will NOT help us if we do not live what we learn.

"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
"Somewhere beyond our ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing,
there is a Garden , The Balance. I’ll meet you there."


ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“The heart and mind must be brought into perfect equilibrium before true thinking or true spirituality can be attained. The highest function of the mind is reason; the highest function of the heart is intuition, a sensing process not necessitating the normal working of the mind.”

~Manly P. Hall

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A wolf had a bone stuck in his throat so hired a crane at great expense to stick his head in to the wolfs mouth and draw out the bone.
When the crane had extracted the bone he then demanded payment, the wolf grinning and grinding his teeth said, "why surely you have had sufficient recompense having drawn your head out safely from the jaws of a wolf.

In serving the wicked expect no rewards and be thankful you managed to escape with your whole being.

From a book I read once forget the name.
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There is a 'reward'...in a sense.

What do you think that is?


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A wolf had a bone stuck in his throat so hired a crane at great expense to stick his head in to the wolfs mouth and draw out the bone.
When the crane had extracted the bone he then demanded payment, the wolf grinning and grinding his teeth said, "why surely you have had sufficient recompense having drawn your head out safely from the jaws of a wolf.

In serving the wicked expect no rewards and be thankful you managed to escape with your whole being.

From a book I read once forget the name.
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There is a 'reward'...in a sense.

What do you think that is?


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:)
 Quoting: Seer777


knowledge of the inner workings of the wolf like no other :)
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A wolf had a bone stuck in his throat so hired a crane at great expense to stick his head in to the wolfs mouth and draw out the bone.
When the crane had extracted the bone he then demanded payment, the wolf grinning and grinding his teeth said, "why surely you have had sufficient recompense having drawn your head out safely from the jaws of a wolf.

In serving the wicked expect no rewards and be thankful you managed to escape with your whole being.

From a book I read once forget the name.
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This goes well with Einstiens quote :


The more the Knowledge , the lesser the Ego
The lesser the Knowledge , the more the Ego


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would a wise man have room for knowledge? as it might just get in the way of doing/being! :chuckles:

Love that rainbow picture, is like a calling to me.

Never been one to swoon over pictures or use them to further my inner workings, like pictures of doors or the like, yet rainbows seem to call me.

Ahh the book is called Aesop's fables.
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A wolf had a bone stuck in his throat so hired a crane at great expense to stick his head in to the wolfs mouth and draw out the bone.
When the crane had extracted the bone he then demanded payment, the wolf grinning and grinding his teeth said, "why surely you have had sufficient recompense having drawn your head out safely from the jaws of a wolf.

In serving the wicked expect no rewards and be thankful you managed to escape with your whole being.

From a book I read once forget the name.
 Quoting: acuk 37651533


There is a 'reward'...in a sense.

What do you think that is?


:HeronRipples:

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


knowledge of the inner workings of the wolf like no other :)
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By the way that was partially a joke lol.

his reward was the act of helping, it will come back around to him, yet he will know what a wolfs insides look like.


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