Godlike Productions - Discussion Forum
Users Online Now: 864 (Who's On?)Visitors Today: 65,832
Pageviews Today: 143,625Threads Today: 88Posts Today: 1,804
03:27 AM


Rate this Thread

Absolute BS Crap Reasonable Nice Amazing
 

What would you say to him?

 
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
07/24/2019 04:24 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
If you think you are him and you have a wife and family?...you aren't him...they would have killed your family by now...
 Quoting: King Triad


there is no individual to seek out.

the more in tune with yourself you become, the easier it is to affect reality.

if you can be the same in tune and together with another, the more powerful it becomes.

we have been attacked though, but by who is anybody's guess.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


yes.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 04:25 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77416468
United States
07/24/2019 04:26 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


it's all good, I know I come across as younger than I am, but I got a second lease on life with my wife and then our kids.

you're actually two years older atm, but my bday is rolling up in the next week.

chuckle

you aint old man, life only starts making real sense in the mid 30's..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know that feeling well. Had two kids very young and two later.

The two younger ones really invigorated me because I knew things I didn't know the first time around, didn't appreciate it as much as I should.

And well, now that I'm older and wiser, man I get things on a level I never thought I would reach.

Most of all, God has taught me Love, compassion and humility, and I'm thankful.

Went through a very dark period there for a while, but it all worked out.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I spent a decade living on the streets. Use to go to the library so I could glp.. chuckle

although looking back it seems like a dark time, I actually enjoyed a lot of what I went through.

lived in a redwood tree, traveled with the rainbow family as their doctor, was a faceless leader at occupy, as well as the countless random events I found myself in.

I even rode a bike from cheyenne to st louis, and planned on riding the whole country, but failed fantastically..

chuckle

we live and we learn, I am more than happy where I am now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know exactly where your coming from.

I spent some time homeless too, it wasn't fun going through it, but having looked back I realize I was never closer to God than those times.

I actually look back at those memories as some of my fondest, particularly as they were so hard.

Never felt closer.to God, even in the army.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly, the hardest times shape the gratitude for the good times.

cheers
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 2876001
United States
07/24/2019 04:27 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
reality is an illusion, affected by the mass ignorance or individual gnosis.

you choose which part you play.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


yep. All of our energies intermingling at once in the BIG/grand pictureIdol1
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 2876001
United States
07/24/2019 04:28 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


it's all good, I know I come across as younger than I am, but I got a second lease on life with my wife and then our kids.

you're actually two years older atm, but my bday is rolling up in the next week.

chuckle

you aint old man, life only starts making real sense in the mid 30's..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know that feeling well. Had two kids very young and two later.

The two younger ones really invigorated me because I knew things I didn't know the first time around, didn't appreciate it as much as I should.

And well, now that I'm older and wiser, man I get things on a level I never thought I would reach.

Most of all, God has taught me Love, compassion and humility, and I'm thankful.

Went through a very dark period there for a while, but it all worked out.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I spent a decade living on the streets. Use to go to the library so I could glp.. chuckle

although looking back it seems like a dark time, I actually enjoyed a lot of what I went through.

lived in a redwood tree, traveled with the rainbow family as their doctor, was a faceless leader at occupy, as well as the countless random events I found myself in.

I even rode a bike from cheyenne to st louis, and planned on riding the whole country, but failed fantastically..

chuckle

we live and we learn, I am more than happy where I am now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know exactly where your coming from.

I spent some time homeless too, it wasn't fun going through it, but having looked back I realize I was never closer to God than those times.

I actually look back at those memories as some of my fondest, particularly as they were so hard.

Never felt closer.to God, even in the army.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


None of this shit is really fun. That why you go FULL SPEED if you candevil6
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 04:28 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
07/24/2019 04:30 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


I know that feeling well. Had two kids very young and two later.

The two younger ones really invigorated me because I knew things I didn't know the first time around, didn't appreciate it as much as I should.

And well, now that I'm older and wiser, man I get things on a level I never thought I would reach.

Most of all, God has taught me Love, compassion and humility, and I'm thankful.

Went through a very dark period there for a while, but it all worked out.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I spent a decade living on the streets. Use to go to the library so I could glp.. chuckle

although looking back it seems like a dark time, I actually enjoyed a lot of what I went through.

lived in a redwood tree, traveled with the rainbow family as their doctor, was a faceless leader at occupy, as well as the countless random events I found myself in.

I even rode a bike from cheyenne to st louis, and planned on riding the whole country, but failed fantastically..

chuckle

we live and we learn, I am more than happy where I am now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know exactly where your coming from.

I spent some time homeless too, it wasn't fun going through it, but having looked back I realize I was never closer to God than those times.

I actually look back at those memories as some of my fondest, particularly as they were so hard.

Never felt closer.to God, even in the army.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly, the hardest times shape the gratitude for the good times.

cheers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


Yep.

Some people get it, some don't. Don't know why.

Its just like the mirror thing, some people just don't want to get it, they are too intent on being ugly and I don't know why

Questions, questions.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77416468
United States
07/24/2019 04:31 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
reality is an illusion, affected by the mass ignorance or individual gnosis.

you choose which part you play.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


yep. All of our energies intermingling at once in the BIG/grand pictureIdol1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


exactly, like a giant blanket, we're all threads.

I like robert jordans wheel of time analogy, although I don't think people are born as taveren, they become that way through self awareness.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 04:32 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


I spent a decade living on the streets. Use to go to the library so I could glp.. chuckle

although looking back it seems like a dark time, I actually enjoyed a lot of what I went through.

lived in a redwood tree, traveled with the rainbow family as their doctor, was a faceless leader at occupy, as well as the countless random events I found myself in.

I even rode a bike from cheyenne to st louis, and planned on riding the whole country, but failed fantastically..

chuckle

we live and we learn, I am more than happy where I am now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know exactly where your coming from.

I spent some time homeless too, it wasn't fun going through it, but having looked back I realize I was never closer to God than those times.

I actually look back at those memories as some of my fondest, particularly as they were so hard.

Never felt closer.to God, even in the army.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly, the hardest times shape the gratitude for the good times.

cheers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


Yep.

Some people get it, some don't. Don't know why.

Its just like the mirror thing, some people just don't want to get it, they are too intent on being ugly and I don't know why

Questions, questions.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Because ugly is all they see and know..
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
07/24/2019 04:32 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


I know that feeling well. Had two kids very young and two later.

The two younger ones really invigorated me because I knew things I didn't know the first time around, didn't appreciate it as much as I should.

And well, now that I'm older and wiser, man I get things on a level I never thought I would reach.

Most of all, God has taught me Love, compassion and humility, and I'm thankful.

Went through a very dark period there for a while, but it all worked out.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I spent a decade living on the streets. Use to go to the library so I could glp.. chuckle

although looking back it seems like a dark time, I actually enjoyed a lot of what I went through.

lived in a redwood tree, traveled with the rainbow family as their doctor, was a faceless leader at occupy, as well as the countless random events I found myself in.

I even rode a bike from cheyenne to st louis, and planned on riding the whole country, but failed fantastically..

chuckle

we live and we learn, I am more than happy where I am now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know exactly where your coming from.

I spent some time homeless too, it wasn't fun going through it, but having looked back I realize I was never closer to God than those times.

I actually look back at those memories as some of my fondest, particularly as they were so hard.

Never felt closer.to God, even in the army.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


None of this shit is really fun. That why you go FULL SPEED if you candevil6
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


Like my football coaches always said, better to go full speed and make a mistake than half-ass it.

And I've made many mistakes.

chuckle
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 04:33 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77416468
United States
07/24/2019 04:33 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


I spent a decade living on the streets. Use to go to the library so I could glp.. chuckle

although looking back it seems like a dark time, I actually enjoyed a lot of what I went through.

lived in a redwood tree, traveled with the rainbow family as their doctor, was a faceless leader at occupy, as well as the countless random events I found myself in.

I even rode a bike from cheyenne to st louis, and planned on riding the whole country, but failed fantastically..

chuckle

we live and we learn, I am more than happy where I am now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know exactly where your coming from.

I spent some time homeless too, it wasn't fun going through it, but having looked back I realize I was never closer to God than those times.

I actually look back at those memories as some of my fondest, particularly as they were so hard.

Never felt closer.to God, even in the army.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly, the hardest times shape the gratitude for the good times.

cheers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


Yep.

Some people get it, some don't. Don't know why.

Its just like the mirror thing, some people just don't want to get it, they are too intent on being ugly and I don't know why

Questions, questions.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I think it's a question of how much people want acceptance from others.

feeling the desire to be accepted hides the ability to accept yourself and accepting yourself is the only way to be grateful for the moment and what it has to offer.

it's easier to blame others for your lack of perfection than realise being perfect is impossible.
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
07/24/2019 04:35 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


I know exactly where your coming from.

I spent some time homeless too, it wasn't fun going through it, but having looked back I realize I was never closer to God than those times.

I actually look back at those memories as some of my fondest, particularly as they were so hard.

Never felt closer.to God, even in the army.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly, the hardest times shape the gratitude for the good times.

cheers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


Yep.

Some people get it, some don't. Don't know why.

Its just like the mirror thing, some people just don't want to get it, they are too intent on being ugly and I don't know why

Questions, questions.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Because ugly is all they see and know..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77769566


The heart still knows right from wrong, we just have to learn how to listen to it!
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 04:37 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
07/24/2019 04:42 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


I know exactly where your coming from.

I spent some time homeless too, it wasn't fun going through it, but having looked back I realize I was never closer to God than those times.

I actually look back at those memories as some of my fondest, particularly as they were so hard.

Never felt closer.to God, even in the army.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly, the hardest times shape the gratitude for the good times.

cheers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


Yep.

Some people get it, some don't. Don't know why.

Its just like the mirror thing, some people just don't want to get it, they are too intent on being ugly and I don't know why

Questions, questions.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I think it's a question of how much people want acceptance from others.

feeling the desire to be accepted hides the ability to accept yourself and accepting yourself is the only way to be grateful for the moment and what it has to offer.

it's easier to blame others for your lack of perfection than realise being perfect is impossible.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


Yes that's totally true, and is an extension of ego.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 04:42 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77631946
United States
07/24/2019 04:46 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
^ these limp dicks favorite topic of conversation is themselves.
Le Psychologue
User ID: 75096178
United States
07/24/2019 04:51 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Subliminal Message to Light of my Little Left Eye.

Did you know that DarkSoul always approach you from their LEFT side, using their LEFT eye - WILL - to "see you."

Always.

The right eye sends out spirit or love, the left eye, will or matter. DarkSoul have no hearts, so their right eye is dead, lazy, like that.

Lol You should Switch Light of my Little Right Eye.


chuckle
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 04:53 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


exactly, the hardest times shape the gratitude for the good times.

cheers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


Yep.

Some people get it, some don't. Don't know why.

Its just like the mirror thing, some people just don't want to get it, they are too intent on being ugly and I don't know why

Questions, questions.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Because ugly is all they see and know..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77769566


The heart still knows right from wrong, we just have to learn how to listen to it!
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Damn, only if a teacher was in the house..

We need to speed things up here if we want to see anything significant in our lifetime.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 39063030
Canada
07/24/2019 04:59 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Damn, only if a teacher was in the house..

We need to speed things up here if we want to see anything significant in our lifetime.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77769566


In lieu of a teacher, you can still speed things up by taking action yourself, upon yourself. There is plenty of documentation on how to proceed, guided meditations, possible mantras, whatever works for you.. Here's a simple guided meditation in the form of a chillstep song:

Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 04:59 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 05:01 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
^ these limp dicks favorite topic of conversation is themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77631946


And these pussys favorite the limp dicks, they get fucked by..
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 05:02 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Damn, only if a teacher was in the house..

We need to speed things up here if we want to see anything significant in our lifetime.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77769566


In lieu of a teacher, you can still speed things up by taking action yourself, upon yourself. There is plenty of documentation on how to proceed, guided meditations, possible mantras, whatever works for you.. Here's a simple guided meditation in the form of a chillstep song:


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39063030


I'm leaning as I go..
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 05:05 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 05:08 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 05:13 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77631946
United States
07/24/2019 05:21 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
^ these limp dicks favorite topic of conversation is themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77631946


And these pussys favorite the limp dicks, they get fucked by..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77769566


^ his rubbers never stay on! lol
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 05:32 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
^ these limp dicks favorite topic of conversation is themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77631946


And these pussys favorite the limp dicks, they get fucked by..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77769566


^ his rubbers never stay on! lol
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77631946


Sometimes pussys to tight, rips it off, it's not my fault.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77769566
United States
07/24/2019 05:34 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
^ these limp dicks favorite topic of conversation is themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77631946


And these pussys favorite the limp dicks, they get fucked by..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77769566


^ his rubbers never stay on! lol
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77631946


Sometimes pussys to tight, rips it off, it's not my fault.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77769566


So you better get cleaning, you made a fucking mess..
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 77849340
Australia
07/24/2019 06:17 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Thread: an illuminati confession

There is no proper way to organize this petrified stream.
It eludes grasping, as it is liquid at the base, yet solid at the trunk, like a tree. Originating as a polar cosmogony, with anatomical roots in the spine, and metaphorical roots in the earth.

As a literal entity, it towers and looms over its symbolic shadow, an immortal elder species with a voice lost to time, each leaf a fingerprint outstretched into space - a library for the sun, and archive for a star to impress upon the earth the language of light in each green oracle.

Thus was the Green Man born beyond inner and outer space, into the luscious liminal that spun around the maypole, marrying cardinal directions with temporal subspace. Creating ripples throughout a manner of speaking in "omnitense" - a manner of speaking known as myth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75822891


I shudder into a single-celled organism, microscopic pinholes of "Being" that, yet, collectively, fasten the hinges on joints or conduct the lungs in pumping rhythmic breaths. The cells are unaware that collectively, they orchestrate the breathing of an allegedly unified organism that is not even aware of its constant inhalations and exhalations.

The subtext of this organism is operating on a unicellular level and a much more progressive tier as well, a tier integrating countless iterations of muscle, organ and skin, in organized function. In only one body, a universe of multifaceted systems collide, intersect, and populate a microcosm.

Where does the spirit compelling the system dwell?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75822891


Where the green man dwelleth.


The axis mundi and the tau cross, broad as a spine upon which shoulders outstretch, a spine with the head of an ankh, and no feet. A willing serpent that slithers and falls face-first towards its tail...seeking eggs to devour, its jaws fasten upon itself. It becomes the egg, the head of the ankh upon which the Tau is outstretched, is hung

The Hanged Man, "to myself I sacrifice thee", he spoke into his own eye.

his chest is pierced by an inner prometheus, and his winning fire bleeds from the wound and drips into the dirt. Upside down by the rope, bloody dirt below becomes the sky, the salt of his tears feed the roof of golgotha - the kingdom of the skull.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75822891


he hangs until he realizes that instead of being trapped inside the world, the world has been trapped inside him - behind his eyes.

the word of creation emerges like an elixer. For the rain of speaking the lost name unbinds ancient melodies from the eardrum tombs of gods. A song that sings itself flows out of his eyes, as if an inner sun conspired to inform the flowers of distant stars that the language of light is the chorus of worlds, not merely the powers which devise them. that the object which is created is won to become the creator of objects, and that the origin of either star or seed is bent between the seeing eye and the seen.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75822891





GLP