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one word phrases

Post by Libra » Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:46 pm

Lookout!
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Re: one word phrases

Post by toombaru » Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:51 pm

Libra wrote:Lookout!

Lookin.
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Re: one word phrases

Post by Libra » Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:51 pm

toombaru wrote:
Libra wrote:Lookout!

Lookin.
hey

that's good
dilaram

Re: one word phrases

Post by dilaram » Mon Sep 13, 2010 6:03 pm

:shock: Woaw! :o
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Post by aquarius » Mon Sep 13, 2010 7:03 pm

I just g00gled '' one word phrases ''

and this is what jumped out at me _____ >Suspended Animation<
I love talking about nothing ...
it is the only thing i know anything about.
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Post by makara » Tue Sep 14, 2010 5:40 am

At first there was relief at finding a post
not by Dilaram,
or Toombaru
but all I got was "lookout".

Now I'm scared.
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Tue Sep 14, 2010 8:35 am

makara wrote:At first there was relief at finding a post
not by Dilaram,
or Toombaru
but all I got was "lookout".

Now I'm scared.

You seem to have an obsession with antagonism...

but that will pass too in the end...

Perhaps that's 'the reason' why you're here...: to see the futility of wanting to change the world to 'your' ideals...
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Post by makara » Tue Sep 14, 2010 8:48 am

to see the futility of wanting to change the world to 'your' ideals...
A quick look at the authors of recent posts
is strong support that Dilaram is talking about
himself again.
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Tue Sep 14, 2010 8:49 am

makara wrote:
to see the futility of wanting to change the world to 'your' ideals...
A quick look at the authors of recent posts
is strong support that Dilaram is talking about
himself again.

There is only one Self appearing as nearly 7 billion selves.
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Post by toombaru » Tue Sep 14, 2010 3:00 pm

dilaram wrote:
makara wrote:
to see the futility of wanting to change the world to 'your' ideals...
A quick look at the authors of recent posts
is strong support that Dilaram is talking about
himself again.

There is only one Self appearing as nearly 7 billion selves.

There is no self.....no little s self....no big S Self.
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Tue Sep 14, 2010 4:38 pm

toombaru wrote:
dilaram wrote:
makara wrote:
to see the futility of wanting to change the world to 'your' ideals...
A quick look at the authors of recent posts
is strong support that Dilaram is talking about
himself again.

There is only one Self appearing as nearly 7 billion selves.

There is no self.....no little s self....no big S Self.
Of course.
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Post by makara » Wed Sep 15, 2010 4:50 am

There is no self.....no little s self....no big S Self.
:shock:

Perhaps some explanation would be
rather helpful here Toombaru.

I haven't come across this proposition
in any of my readings so am interested
in what you mean.
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Post by toombaru » Wed Sep 15, 2010 5:44 am

makara wrote:
There is no self.....no little s self....no big S Self.
:shock:

Perhaps some explanation would be
rather helpful here Toombaru.

I haven't come across this proposition
in any of my readings so am interested
in what you mean.




The I amness emerges concurrently with the conceptual mind of man.
It exists within and is no different than the mind map that is confined to its own personal pseudo-realty.
The sense of being a separate autonomous entity functions to enhance the physical organism's chances to survive and reproduce.
One of its highly evolved functions is to assimilate and organize its perceptual input to create a coherent picture of the world.
It searches for connections and meaning.
It searches for patterns in nature that will help it survive.
It evolved to "look out" but when it "looks in" to search for its own meaning and relevance......it sees nothing.
It must resort to the consensus mythology of its own society.
It assumes that it has its own actual reality
and therefore it must have been created.
And whatever created it.......must be more vast than itself.
Big Self is merely another word for a creator god and fulfills the same function.
It's a easy answer to a question that is founded on a misconception.
There is no self and nothing that created it.
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Post by makara » Wed Sep 15, 2010 6:05 am

Ok ... that's all clear.

But when a statement is used like:
There is only one Self appearing as nearly 7 billion selves.
That is merely the closeset that can
be had with words/concepts.
If it is refuted then we have to refute all words.
Maybe that would be a good thing?
But the (dream) world is the way it is
and it would be (whatever) to remove
languaging.
n'est ce pas?
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Wed Sep 15, 2010 7:52 am

toombaru wrote:




The I amness emerges concurrently with the conceptual mind of man.
It exists within and is no different than the mind map that is confined to its own personal pseudo-realty.
The sense of being a separate autonomous entity functions to enhance the physical organism's chances to survive and reproduce.
One of its highly evolved functions is to assimilate and organize its perceptual input to create a coherent picture of the world.
It searches for connections and meaning.
It searches for patterns in nature that will help it survive.
It evolved to "look out" but when it "looks in" to search for its own meaning and relevance......it sees nothing.
It must resort to the consensus mythology of its own society.
It assumes that it has its own actual reality
and therefore it must have been created.
And whatever created it.......must be more vast than itself.
Big Self is merely another word for a creator god and fulfills the same function.
It's a easy answer to a question that is founded on a misconception.
There is no self and nothing that created it.
"Nothing" appearing as "everything" yes...
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