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PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2006 10:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="nemo"]

"the very idea of "more oneness" Bwhahhahahaha"


You and I may see that but does tomby ? We may never know for he likes to insinuate rather than be indirect.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2006 11:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="heron"]
nemo wrote:


"the very idea of "more oneness" Bwhahhahahaha"


You and I may see that but does tomby ? We may never know for he likes to insinuate rather than be indirect.



When one suppositional entity attempts to determine the relative position of another suppositional entity.....only further confusion results.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2006 11:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="toombaru"]
heron wrote:
nemo wrote:


"the very idea of "more oneness" Bwhahhahahaha"


You and I may see that but does tomby ? We may never know for he likes to insinuate rather than be indirect.



When one suppositional entity attempts to determine the relative position of another suppositional entity.....only further confusion results.


toombaru


So in your story there can be more or less confusion, and one description can somehow be more the described than another. No wonder you are relunctant to be direct.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2006 4:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="heron"]
toombaru wrote:
heron wrote:
nemo wrote:


"the very idea of "more oneness" Bwhahhahahaha"


You and I may see that but does tomby ? We may never know for he likes to insinuate rather than be indirect.



When one suppositional entity attempts to determine the relative position of another suppositional entity.....only further confusion results.


toombaru


So in your story there can be more or less confusion, and one description can somehow be more the described than another. No wonder you are relunctant to be direct.




One cannot be direct about that which does not exist.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2006 4:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="toombaru"]
heron wrote:
toombaru wrote:
heron wrote:
nemo wrote:


"the very idea of "more oneness" Bwhahhahahaha"


You and I may see that but does tomby ? We may never know for he likes to insinuate rather than be indirect.



When one suppositional entity attempts to determine the relative position of another suppositional entity.....only further confusion results.


toombaru


Yes you can........describe your dream about it............directly.

So in your story there can be more or less confusion, and one description can somehow be more the described than another. No wonder you are relunctant to be direct.




One cannot be direct about that which does not exist.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2006 4:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="heron"]
toombaru wrote:
heron wrote:
toombaru wrote:
heron wrote:
nemo wrote:


"the very idea of "more oneness" Bwhahhahahaha"


You and I may see that but does tomby ? We may never know for he likes to insinuate rather than be indirect.



When one suppositional entity attempts to determine the relative position of another suppositional entity.....only further confusion results.


toombaru


Yes you can........describe your dream about it............directly.

So in your story there can be more or less confusion, and one description can somehow be more the described than another. No wonder you are relunctant to be direct.




One cannot be direct about that which does not exist.


toombaru


Yes you can, describe your dream about it............directly.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="heron"]
heron wrote:
toombaru wrote:
heron wrote:
toombaru wrote:
heron wrote:
nemo wrote:


"the very idea of "more oneness" Bwhahhahahaha"


You and I may see that but does tomby ? We may never know for he likes to insinuate rather than be indirect.



When one suppositional entity attempts to determine the relative position of another suppositional entity.....only further confusion results.


toombaru


Yes you can........describe your dream about it............directly.

So in your story there can be more or less confusion, and one description can somehow be more the described than another. No wonder you are relunctant to be direct.




One cannot be direct about that which does not exist.


toombaru


Yes you can, describe your dream about it............directly.



The phantom can....at best....offer a relative assessment of its assumed condition.

Anything offered is meaningless.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 6:49 pm    Post subject: Re: The Great Escape Reply with quote

toombaru wrote:
A few of the characters in the movie are scripted to attempt the Great Escape.........They constantly hatch plans to break out of the movie................and.................well...............they really don't know what they will do after that. Laughing




toombaru


Are you speaking of suicide?

Scripted, why? They entered this life knowing they would be struggling with feelings of wanting to get out of this life the whole time?

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 9:23 pm    Post subject: Re: The Great Escape Reply with quote

tysonm wrote:
toombaru wrote:
A few of the characters in the movie are scripted to attempt the Great Escape.........They constantly hatch plans to break out of the movie................and.................well...............they really don't know what they will do after that. :lol:




toombaru


Are you speaking of suicide?








That which never existed.............can never be killed.











Scripted, why? They entered this life knowing they would be struggling with feelings of wanting to get out of this life the whole time?

Tyson



They 'entered this life' in the sense that a shadow enters the forest.

Imagining one's self to be a separated...isolated entity is a very frightening experience......... in which a great deal of effort is expended protecting and defending something that does not exist.

It is this nightmare of solitary confinement that the delusional self seeks to alleviate by attaining some conceptual state that it calls 'enlightenment'.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 08, 2006 9:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The delusional self is unaware... knows nothing, feels nothing, seeks nothing... is no 'thing'. It exists in idea only... experienced through the senses.

This that knows the delusional self, is not thereby deluded. In experiencing seeking, it does not seek.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 11:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="toombaru"]
heron wrote:
heron wrote:
toombaru wrote:
heron wrote:
toombaru wrote:
heron wrote:
nemo wrote:


"the very idea of "more oneness" Bwhahhahahaha"


You and I may see that but does tomby ? We may never know for he likes to insinuate rather than be indirect.



When one suppositional entity attempts to determine the relative position of another suppositional entity.....only further confusion results.


toombaru


Yes you can........describe your dream about it............directly.

So in your story there can be more or less confusion, and one description can somehow be more the described than another. No wonder you are relunctant to be direct.




One cannot be direct about that which does not exist.


toombaru


Yes you can, describe your dream about it............directly.



The phantom can....at best....offer a relative assessment of its assumed condition.

Anything offered is meaningless.

toombaru


Yes.......including that offer.
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