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Why we are here...

Post by dilaram » Wed Oct 13, 2010 4:40 pm

We are here for the same reason why the cockroaches or the viruses are here.
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Post by Blossom » Thu Oct 14, 2010 5:04 pm

As a very wise and dear mentor, William Samuel tells us many times in may ways:

"We stop seeing ourselves as a great personal ego containing life within himself, to see that this Life, right here, that we are, is Deity's life.

And, what is life for, but to perceive and see? Is Deity's perceiving, Deity's seeing. Seeing what? What can Deity, being All, see but Itself?

It sees Its own infinite qualities and attributes. The trees we see there, the mountains in the distance are but qualities and attributes of Deity's own Self. " (William Samuel-- The Powerlessnes of Things)
What is bound on earth is bound in heaven and what is freed on earth is freed in heaven.
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Re: Why we are here...

Post by ANNA » Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:04 am

dilaram wrote:We are here for the same reason why the cockroaches or the viruses are here.

For ever we came

For ever we come, for ever we go;
For ever, day and night, we are on the move.
Whence we come, thither we go,
For ever in the round of birth and death,
From nothingness to nothingness.
But sure, a mystery here abides,
A Something is there for us to know.
(It cannot all be meaningless).



~Lalla




:)
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Re: Why we are here...

Post by aquarius » Sat Oct 16, 2010 12:07 pm

ANNA wrote:
dilaram wrote:We are here for the same reason why the cockroaches or the viruses are here.

For ever we came

For ever we come, for ever we go;
For ever, day and night, we are on the move.
Whence we come, thither we go,
For ever in the round of birth and death,
From nothingness to nothingness.
But sure, a mystery here abides,
A Something is there for us to know.
(It cannot all be meaningless).



~Lalla




:)
'free will' is an idea that meaning can be ascribed to the meaningless.
attributing something to that which has no attributes and is not a thing.

'meaning' makes an appearance, in that which has no appearance or meaning.
I love talking about nothing ...
it is the only thing i know anything about.
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