Do you really want to get more out of life? We shall see…

One of the clues I have for proof that I am taking the idea of soul correction seriously

My soul correction is "Forget Thyself"... meaning: I believe that I am the alpha and the omega, and that anything and everything other people say has to be filtered through MY genius, my experience, or it is not to be taken seriously.

My soul correction that makes me a very slow learner...

I don't even have questions when I read something, when I hear something. I am not one of the people who have a question of the speaker at the end of a talk. I first let it all in, no resistance, and let the brain work out whatever the brain wants to work out, and let the brain bring out the questions if there are any, or let the brain quietly discard what I heard/read without even consulting with me, the conscious me...

It takes quiet and it takes time. Continue reading "Do you really want to get more out of life? We shall see…"

It’s difficult to argue that Life behaves as if it were sentient…

the vitruvian man...Especially when it comes to people.

Of course people are sentient, and one could argue that it is not Life but the "spark" in people that is doing the sentient-seeming actions. I don't know enough, I don't see enough, I am puzzled... I am looking.

What am I talking about?

People seem to be taught, repeatedly, what they need to learn and haven't learned.

One of the most difficult thing for people to learn that there are consequences. Continue reading "It’s difficult to argue that Life behaves as if it were sentient…"

There is a difference between something being wrong, or you not liking it…

Intelligence is being able to tell that difference. It begins there.

If you can't tell the difference, then you will make the same collapsing move everywhere, and you are the person about whom the saying goes: for you everything is the same as everything else... except that not always. Not a compliment. 1

No distinction? No intelligence.

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