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Jonny Blaze

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toxoplasmosis sounds like bunk to me. What if you have two cats? How would the mind control work then? Would the 'dominant' cat have control all the time? What about when the dominant house cat was asleep, yet the frisky troublemaking slightly younger and lesser dominant cat was on the prowl. Would it suddenly have control over you?

The theory runs into problems when the situation gets complicated. If would have to work in a subtle way or else cat mind control would be acceptable to the 'main stream' of 'common knowledge'. I just don't believe it exists.

Attention, awareness, focus. For a disciplined and aware individual, it is quite obvious who has the stronger force of awareness and willpower. (hint: it isn't the house cat).
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wave


I believe it has something to so with them being guardians of the Underworld.


Nice to see you back.

:)
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Ah. Thanks, seer. I haven't been too far away. Just been taking a break from my GLP routine for awhile.

Yes. I'm not denying that house cats don't have a special awareness, unique in a spiritual sense. I have always been a cat person. I have had cats around me all my life.

I have two cats right now. Dogs usually like me too. I like dogs, but I feel natural with a house cat around.

They can certainly affect our mood. And we can most certainly affect theirs. When we picked out our second cat, I 'captured' three of the litter out at my wife's parents farm. They were pretty much barn cats, and were not tame as kittens. We brought them home for a week. During the week, we let them stay in the back room and they mostly hid under the bed.

I took each one of them out once during the week, and tried to calm it down and hold it to see if I could get it to purr. We had a favorite already picked out, so I chose him first. I got him to purr in about 5 minutes. The other two didn't purr, but we had pretty much already decided on the first one. During the week he was the bravest kitten, coming out of the back room from time to time to explore. He was also the smallest of the three.

We took the two others back to the farm. The thing I learned was that sometimes there is a connection. He was obviously more interested in the house life than his brother and sister, so he sorta chose to live with us.

Cats are so much more interesting than most people realize.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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The mouse ran up the clock...

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Ah. Thanks, seer. I haven't been too far away. Just been taking a break from my GLP routine for awhile.

Yes. I'm not denying that house cats don't have a special awareness, unique in a spiritual sense. I have always been a cat person. I have had cats around me all my life.

I have two cats right now. Dogs usually like me too. I like dogs, but I feel natural with a house cat around.

They can certainly affect our mood. And we can most certainly affect theirs. When we picked out our second cat, I 'captured' three of the litter out at my wife's parents farm. They were pretty much barn cats, and were not tame as kittens. We brought them home for a week. During the week, we let them stay in the back room and they mostly hid under the bed.

I took each one of them out once during the week, and tried to calm it down and hold it to see if I could get it to purr. We had a favorite already picked out, so I chose him first. I got him to purr in about 5 minutes. The other two didn't purr, but we had pretty much already decided on the first one. During the week he was the bravest kitten, coming out of the back room from time to time to explore. He was also the smallest of the three.

We took the two others back to the farm. The thing I learned was that sometimes there is a connection. He was obviously more interested in the house life than his brother and sister, so he sorta chose to live with us.

Cats are so much more interesting than most people realize.
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The connection I held with my cat Sebastian who died 11 days and a year ago, was unlike any I ever held with any human.


I miss him everyday...

[link to i846.photobucket.com]

:)
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Ah. Thanks, seer. I haven't been too far away. Just been taking a break from my GLP routine for awhile.

Yes. I'm not denying that house cats don't have a special awareness, unique in a spiritual sense. I have always been a cat person. I have had cats around me all my life.

I have two cats right now. Dogs usually like me too. I like dogs, but I feel natural with a house cat around.

They can certainly affect our mood. And we can most certainly affect theirs. When we picked out our second cat, I 'captured' three of the litter out at my wife's parents farm. They were pretty much barn cats, and were not tame as kittens. We brought them home for a week. During the week, we let them stay in the back room and they mostly hid under the bed.

I took each one of them out once during the week, and tried to calm it down and hold it to see if I could get it to purr. We had a favorite already picked out, so I chose him first. I got him to purr in about 5 minutes. The other two didn't purr, but we had pretty much already decided on the first one. During the week he was the bravest kitten, coming out of the back room from time to time to explore. He was also the smallest of the three.

We took the two others back to the farm. The thing I learned was that sometimes there is a connection. He was obviously more interested in the house life than his brother and sister, so he sorta chose to live with us.

Cats are so much more interesting than most people realize.
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The connection I held with my cat Sebastian who died 11 days and a year ago, was unlike any I ever held with any human.


I miss him everyday...

[link to i846.photobucket.com]

:)
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Awww. What a cutie.

I wish I had an easy link of a pic to Malachy. He is my older cat. For me, he is like Sebastian was for you. He is my fav. all time. He is like my shadow.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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Awww. What a cutie.

I wish I had an easy link of a pic to Malachy. He is my older cat. For me, he is like Sebastian was for you. He is my fav. all time. He is like my shadow.
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His eyes...I wish I had a good picture of them available.

They would stop people when they walked into my house.



My first memory of him actually...

I was in college and I had pensed on getting a pet for years.

I finally decided to get one and went to the pet store.

There was a new batch of kitten which had just arrived.


When I walked up to the cage, this tiny grey kitten looked up at me and made eye contact with me like you can't believe.

I was taken aback, but I was there for an 'orange' kitten.


His brother was orange. I played with his brother for a bit and decided to think about it.

The next day I went back and the grey kitten remained.

I suddenly remembered our first moment and knew it was fate.


I had him with me for amazing 12 years. And nursed him through 3 months of ugliness I won't write here.

I felt like...it was not my right to take his life. So I saw him through it.

To very end. And he died in his own time. While I watched.

...


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Awww. What a cutie.

I wish I had an easy link of a pic to Malachy. He is my older cat. For me, he is like Sebastian was for you. He is my fav. all time. He is like my shadow.
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His eyes...I wish I had a good picture of them available.

They would stop people when they walked into my house.



My first memory of him actually...

I was in college and I had pensed on getting a pet for years.

I finally decided to get one and went to the pet store.

There was a new batch of kitten which had just arrived.


When I walked up to the cage, this tiny grey kitten looked up at me and made eye contact with me like you can't believe.

I was taken aback, but I was there for an 'orange' kitten.


His brother was orange. I played with his brother for a bit and decided to think about it.

The next day I went back and the grey kitten remained.

I suddenly remembered our first moment and knew it was fate.


I had him with me for amazing 12 years. And nursed him through 3 months of ugliness I won't write here.

I felt like...it was not my right to take his life. So I saw him through it.

To very end. And he died in his own time. While I watched.

...


Topcat
 Quoting: Seer777


Even in those last moments of pain there was love and appreciation. You did the right thing. I would never put Maly down. I would give him dope intravenously and feed him his favorite kitty treats if it came down to it.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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Even in those last moments of pain there was love and appreciation. You did the right thing. I would never put Maly down. I would give him dope intravenously and feed him his favorite kitty treats if it came down to it.
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You know...something strange I have always wanted to mention but never have.


In the last 10 minutes or so, I prayed to God that He would take him.

As I was bend over him, I had this miniature orange tree, that I had had for years, directly behind me.

I live in a renovated 2 car carport so there is not a lot of room.


Anyway...

The day after he died, I noticed that the orange tree, the part that was directly behind me, was dead.

1/3 of it.

I looked at it, and thought, there is so little room in here, that 'Death' had to squeeze past me and touched the orange tree.

It died completely within weeks.


WindSwept

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my Sebastian dissappeared fall of 1990 mystic...20 years later met an interesting man named clint...

Yep...always a connection...(insert stunning graphic at will)...

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Even in those last moments of pain there was love and appreciation. You did the right thing. I would never put Maly down. I would give him dope intravenously and feed him his favorite kitty treats if it came down to it.
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You know...something strange I have always wanted to mention but never have.


In the last 10 minutes or so, I prayed to God that He would take him.

As I was bend over him, and I had this miniature orange tree, that I had had for years, directly behind me.

I live in a renovated 2 car carport so there is not a lot of room.


Anyway...

The day after he died, I noticed that the orange tree, the part that was directly behind me, was dead.

1/3 of it.

I looked at it, and thought, there is so little room in here, that 'Death' had to squeeze past me and touched the orange tree.

It died completely within weeks.


WindSwept

hugs
 Quoting: Seer777


Interesting story. Funny enough, we bought a small rosemary bush about a month ago. I have always had good luck with rosemary's in the past. But this one died on me about two weeks ago.

Death. You pretend it is some far off thing that won't be happening to you any time soon. Yet, it is always around...just out of the reach of our senses.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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Interesting story. Funny enough, we bought a small rosemary bush about a month ago. I have always had good luck with rosemary's in the past. But this one died on me about two weeks ago.

Death. You pretend it is some far off thing that won't be happening to you any time soon. Yet, it is always around...just out of the reach of our senses.
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I certainly do not...




"Each day is a gift and not a given right..."



I realized the other day I have lost exactly 1/3 of my body weight from Sept 2011.

333

I barely eat. I barely take in anything.

But yet, I am satiated...

How?


Am I sick?

Am I the very opposite?


Who is to say?

Not me.



Best to be like water and flow.

:)

Bioluminescent

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Interesting story. Funny enough, we bought a small rosemary bush about a month ago. I have always had good luck with rosemary's in the past. But this one died on me about two weeks ago.

Death. You pretend it is some far off thing that won't be happening to you any time soon. Yet, it is always around...just out of the reach of our senses.
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I certainly do not...




"Each day is a gift and not a given right..."



I realized the other day I have lost exactly 1/3 of my body weight from Sept 2011.

333

I barely eat. I barely take in anything.

But yet, I am satiated...

How?


Am I sick?

Am I the very opposite?


Who is to say?

Not me.



Best to be like water and flow.

:)

Bioluminescent
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It was meant simply as a rhetorical statement that I was applying to the average man/woman living in the modern world.

The statement itself wasn't intended to be directed at you. Actually, it was more directed at me. Forgive my self directed observations. Sometimes they are too ambiguous.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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It was meant simply as a rhetorical statement that I was applying to the average man/woman living in the modern world.

The statement itself wasn't intended to be directed at you. Actually, it was more directed at me. Forgive my self directed observations. Sometimes they are too ambiguous.
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No worries love.


What do you think about what I said though?

I mean...the loss of desire for food is extreme.


I feel good though.

1dunno1

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It was meant simply as a rhetorical statement that I was applying to the average man/woman living in the modern world.

The statement itself wasn't intended to be directed at you. Actually, it was more directed at me. Forgive my self directed observations. Sometimes they are too ambiguous.
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No worries love.


What do you think about what I said though?

I mean...the loss of desire for food is extreme.


I feel good though.

1dunno1
 Quoting: Seer777


I dunno if I am the best place to go for advice on this. I once fasted myself into a psychotic episode.

I think perhaps you have defeated hunger. Someone who has defeated hunger no longer eats because they are hungry. They eat because they are not hungry.

So, I suppose for those who have done it, eating is something they are determined to do to keep themselves strong. I myself like to maintain my weight just at the point of fat burning/fat storage. Finding the point where you can affect your metabolism by a slight change in how much you eat/burn calories is a good place to be.

Eating too much is no harder than not eating enough. People are usually disposed towards one of the two extremes. Being able to set a routine to consciously manage it and having the will to enforce it is one sign of a disciplined mind.

That's not to say there aren't those with strong wills who are overweight though.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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I dunno if I am the best place to go for advice on this. I once fasted myself into a psychotic episode.

I think perhaps you have defeated hunger. Someone who has defeated hunger no longer eats because they are hungry. They eat because they are not hungry.

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Yes.

It is that.

As of now.


In the beginning it was not.

There was NO hunger.

None.


I had to relearn hunger.


It's much better now...

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I dunno if I am the best place to go for advice on this. I once fasted myself into a psychotic episode.

I think perhaps you have defeated hunger. Someone who has defeated hunger no longer eats because they are hungry. They eat because they are not hungry.

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Yes.

It is that.

As of now.


In the beginning it was not.

There was NO hunger.

None.


I had to relearn hunger.


It's much better now...

cool2
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Yes. I know what you mean. That's what happens when you beat hunger. It disappears for a time. Only a madman wouldn't notice that. ;)
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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Yes. I know what you mean. That's what happens when you beat hunger. It disappears for a time. Only a madman wouldn't notice that. ;)
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grinning

Thanks.

hugs



Not as easily explained to family and friends however...

illuminated1


Together we stand...

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Sometimes I think on connections made with others and when I do eye c them as a vortex or spiral, a new nueral pathway a node in the grid of consciousness for me to connect to.

I look at key words that jump out to me and they lead me on a path of understanding that seems to make sense and it feels like it only makes sense to me this way, for others another way.

Answers jump out yet the understanding of the answers can take months to sink in, longer even at times...years.

Often it is in my dreams were it gets resolved.

We all have our methods of understanding and absorbing information, just one look at a page and you have unconsciously taken in information that you were not focused on.

Later to be used and you think to yourself "how do I know that".

Have a good day all.
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Yes. I know what you mean. That's what happens when you beat hunger. It disappears for a time. Only a madman wouldn't notice that. ;)
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grinning

Thanks.

hugs



Not as easily explained to family and friends however...

illuminated1


Together we stand...

grouphug
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cheers

Don't even bother trying, IMO, at least if your blood family is anything like mine. The more personal history you share with them, the less likely they are to view you as a force of change with the ability to force change in others.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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Later to be used and you think to yourself "how do I know that".


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Because Truth resonates...


Like you already knew it.

Because you did.

ColorWave



I've been trying to find that song you use to play. The one with the boy and girl on the front.

:)


hf
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Yes. I know what you mean. That's what happens when you beat hunger. It disappears for a time. Only a madman wouldn't notice that. ;)
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grinning

Thanks.

hugs



Not as easily explained to family and friends however...

illuminated1


Together we stand...

grouphug
 Quoting: Seer777


cheers

Don't even bother trying, IMO, at least if your blood family is anything like mine. The more personal history you share with them, the less likely they are to view you as a force of change with the ability to force change in others.
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:)

They love me very much.

And I Them.


That is why it has been so hard.

I feel their concern...

Which occasionally mirrors my own.


I am very blessed in my relations.

And those I hold dear.

Within the 'D's'...whichever.

:)



See the Soul.

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:)

They love me very much.

And I Them.


That is why it has been so hard.

I feel their concern...

Which occasionally mirrors my own.


I am very blessed in my relations.

And those I hold dear.

Within the 'D's'...whichever.

:)



See the Soul.

SunBulb
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Then you are very fortunate. You can easily tie your will to eat to them. A person who makes it his/her business to disentangle routines can easily sense the routines in others. Just being around them will be enough to trick you into eating without being hungry.

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The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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Then you are very fortunate. You can easily tie your will to eat to them. A person who makes it his/her business to disentangle routines can easily sense the routines in others. Just being around them will be enough to trick you into eating without being hungry.
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Yes.



However, there is no trick.

Their concern is genuine.

As it is abnormal.


Indeed.

Perhaps not for too much longer however.



Man needs much less than he 'believes' <--- (verb).

At least in the way Man currently perceives need to exist.

transition

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Yes.



However, there is no trick.

Their concern is genuine.

As it is abnormal.


Indeed.

Perhaps not for too much longer however.



Man needs much less than he 'believes' <--- (verb).

At least in the way Man currently perceives need to exist.

transition

:)
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Perhaps. I believe that it is no trick on their part. It is a trick on our part.

In the same way one develops a 'persona' or a way of acting around certain people in certain situations.

For example. I curse. But I don't curse when I am around my in-laws, out of respect for them. When I am around them, I slip into a 'persona'. Their routines assist me in conforming to the persona without much conscious thought. My entire way of expressing myself shifts.

The same is true for someone who has defeated hunger who is around people who have not. I believe one can with little thought grab onto their routines. It takes less effort to acquiesce to another's routine(s) than to maintain your own in complete isolation.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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Yes.



However, there is no trick.

Their concern is genuine.

As it is abnormal.


Indeed.

Perhaps not for too much longer however.



Man needs much less than he 'believes' <--- (verb).

At least in the way Man currently perceives need to exist.

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Perhaps. I believe that it is no trick on their part. It is a trick on our part.

In the same way one develops a 'persona' or a way of acting around certain people in certain situations.

For example. I curse. But I don't curse when I am around my in-laws, out of respect for them. When I am around them, I slip into a 'persona'. Their routines assist me in conforming to the persona without much conscious thought. My entire way of expressing myself shifts.

The same is true for someone who has defeated hunger who is around people who have not. I believe one can with little thought grab onto their routines. It takes less effort to acquiesce to another's routine(s) than to maintain your own in complete isolation.
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Surely...


But who wants that?

Isolation?

Isn't that what 'they' deem appropriate punishment for the 'worst of the worst'?


Loneliness is Hell...





Why does Man gather?

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Surely...


But who wants that?

Isolation?

Isn't that what 'they' deem appropriate punishment for the 'worst of the worst'?


Loneliness is Hell...

Why does Man gather?

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Yes, but to know thyself one must seek isolation at one point in their life, in my opinion.

How else can one know the full weight of one's self? In isolation, a person can completely change themselves in any direction they wish.

Out of that period of isolation comes the knowledge of the weight of individualism and its proper place among our fellow man.

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The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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Yes, but to know thyself one must seek isolation at one point in their life, in my opinion.

How else can one know the full weight of one's self? In isolation, a person can completely change themselves in any direction they wish.

Out of that period of isolation comes the knowledge of the weight of individualism and its proper place among our fellow man.
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Yes.

Agreed.



As I did so for the last 15 months.

My family members were shocked to say the least when they saw me this Thanksgiving.


The freedom I had to go completely internal last Winter is not one most would be graced. As I have the Winter off.

I spent around 5 hrs a days in meditation, nearly everyday, for months.


The things I felt, faced, and sensed, There...



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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Yes.

Agreed.



As I did so for the last 15 months.

My family members were shocked to say the least when they saw me this Thanksgiving.


The freedom I had to go completely internal last Winter is not one most would be graced. As I have the Winter off.

I spent around 5 hrs a days in meditation, nearly everyday, for months.


The things I felt, faced, and sensed, There...
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Well, you know exactly what I am talking about then. Perhaps you are what I would call 'formless'.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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Thread: WHY DO YOU THINK WE ARE HERE???

To do as much good as we possibly can.


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Sorry was my turn to do the school run seeing as no work today, funny that your day off never really is once you obtain some kids, is this the one seerstar

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