Tuesday, September 1, 2015

THE ONLY WAY TO KNOW THE UNKNOWN



The only way to know the unknown is to dive into it. Before you do that, know one thing. There is no guarantee that you will come out of it. The only man who will do that is the one that has nothing to lose.
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Going to war for the dominant culture...culture wars.
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It's obvious to me that the WW1 was not enough. It's obvious to me that WW2 was not enough. It's obvious that the Vietnam war was not enough.
When is enough, enough?
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Life keeps moving on.
It doesn't wait for anyone.
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Later never comes.
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There is no difference between yourself and your relationships. All relationships are built on the foundation of self-relationships.
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You cannot give to others what you cannot give yourself. You cannot do for others what you cannot do for yourself. The notion of helping others is false.
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You are your own judge and jury. If you believe you have done something wrong then you will punish yourself to a degree that you believe fits the crime.
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People who sit in judgment of others are sitting in judgment of themselves, hence, 'Judge not lest you be judged.'
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One can only do to others
what they are doing to themselves.
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In Reality there are no such things as mistakes. See them as experiments and be free of them. If the experiment works, integrate it into your life.If the experiment fails, don't keep repeating it, otherwise it will manifest as insanity.
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No child has ever been responsible for its parents happiness and well-being. Any child who experiences responsibility for its parents happiness is experiencing, through clouded vision, a breeding problem. It is the duty of the child, once grown up, to rise above that breeding problem.'The buck stops with me.'
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If you see it, hear it, feel it, know it to be your duty to take care of it.
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There is no such thing as 'your problem' or 'my problem'. There are self-created problems that belong to all of us. Sweeten up the environment by not creating problems, real or otherwise.