Re: Let us be fools...why worry?
Posted By: discipleofthenile In Response To: Re: Let us be fools...why worry? (Eja)
Date: Monday, 1 May 2006, at 8:12 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Let us be fools...why worry? (Eja)
*****Knowledge, like most things has become 'democratised', each and every person now believes that it is thier inalienable right to be able to claim the possession of 'knowledge' when they have aqquired the proper documentation or validation*****
Again, let us not define something by peoples use, misuse or claims.
"Know thyself" speaks a million words.
It is not the fact that absolute truth is "identifiable" or "quantifiable", it is the fact that grasping is simply sighting, feeling or being being conscious of inner essences rather than claiming "conquering" or "owning"
The only thing we possess is the space/time of arranged energy and matter. But where is the crime in grasping or seeking to grasp that.
Who is the most destructive person?
-the one who claims grasping their inner/self/truth
-the one who tells you that it CANNOT be done
The taste of water is limited to that sense...Overstanding the power/principle of water is supreme, reagardless of taste.
Taste only affirms that sense. Water affirms life...AND life affirms Water.
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