12 comments on “The Times’ Timing pt.2 (CAP)

  1. It is impossible to express the ultimate truth.
    It is like a taste. If you have tasted, you know
    If you have not tasted
    There is no way to convey it.
    A man who has not tasted honey cannot be made
    To know what sweetness is.
    The man who has never seen light is incapable
    Of understanding anything said about light.
    The person who has known and experienced
    Even he finds it almost impossible to express it
    Because language falls very short.
    The experience is so vast
    And language is so small.
    The experience is so sacred
    And language is so mundane
    That there is no possibility of any bridging.

    Hence truth has been known many times
    And all those who have known
    Have tried to express it
    But they have all failed.
    We are grateful that they tried
    Because out of that effort life has been enriched.
    We have beautiful scriptures: the sayings of
    Zarathustra, Jesus, Lao Tzu, Buddha
    Are so beautiful, so precious
    That without them there would
    Have been no humanity
    We would have been utterly poor.
    But howsoever beautiful they are
    They have not been able to express it.
    And they all say that they have failed.
    They have tried with their heart
    They have tried in thousands of ways
    In every possible way.

    Osho

    There are no words in everyday language… that’s why allegories, symbolism, analogy… taken oh so literally… I could only step over this mortal limitation once the walls of existing rigid world view were smashed to pieces… total demolition.

    • now, now, we are Human machines, brainiac computers…so feelings, speculation, conjecture are always present, we have to use our own minds, doesn’t mean we can’t convey complete thoughts…but just like a gentle breeze stimulates, others are freed to yield their impressions of our expressions..which yields communication, yielding relational bonding, yielding socializing…how we Live, within God (oneness)…peace

      • You feel I am being pessimistic? Not at all. I just posted my Human Manifesto. Two sentenses: We Are Energy. We Are One.
        It’s just that… to get there… took more than a gentle breeze.
        Organised religion became so, because the first SURVIVAL struggles emerged when people began to settle in and produce more than they could consume in one sitting, so to speak. With it – came greed, envy, murder and a necessity to control those.
        We are One. There is nothing more to it, yet, it is made into some occult knowledge spoken about in arcane language and completely obsuring the true origins of us from – us.

          • I also wrote this in my attempt to place it in context:

            “The humble simplicity of this is astounding, my friends. FEEL THOSE SENTENCES. Roll each word in your mouth, slowly. Gently caress the meaning behind each word. The Occam’s Razor of human life from which all complexities of this world arise into confusion. We forgot the principle of parsimony.”

            No cherry on top, Dr O. I thrive on a certain amount of friction, without that relational bonding cannot occur, for there iwill be no challenge to existing perceptions. We do not ‘agree’. We attempt to relate, this being one and only intent, remember?

            Words are not my strongest suit…. I feel the wisdom…

            • no maestro, words don’t have to be…but they are the music form the musicians (feelings) of the symphony, you orchestrate…conveying a clear, unique sound, thought out, seeking ears to enter and minds to vibrate…peace

  2. Religion; The First Form Of Totalitarianism?

    http://chimaeraimaginarium.wordpress.com/2012/07/26/a-wrong-turn-on-a-one-way-street-a-cul-de-sac-of-slavery-and-extinction/

    Deception and manipulation are the only “skills” the parasites possess. They have uses them to survive for millennia. If there were only psychopaths, the species couldn’t survive 10 years.

    http://chimaeraimaginarium.wordpress.com/2012/10/20/the-thinkers-the-makers-and-the-parasitic-takers/

    “A story reported by Dr. Jane M. Murphy, now director of Harvard’s Psychiatric Epidemiology Unit, serves as an example of the vigilant stance that one millennia-old indigenous culture – a group of Inuit in Northwest Alaska – takes regarding psychopathic types within their midst.

    So aware is this group regarding the existence of these individuals that their language includes a term for them – kunlangeta – which is used to refer to a person whose “mind knows what to do but does not do it,” resulting in such acts as lying, cheating, stealing and taking advantage of the tribe without making sufficient contribution. And how seriously do the group’s members take the need to respond to the threat such individuals pose to the group’s sustainability? When asked what the group would typically do with a kunlangeta, Murphy was told ‘Somebody would have pushed him off the ice when nobody else was looking’.”

    http://chimaeraimaginarium.wordpress.com/2012/09/05/riding-the-unicycle-of-human-history/

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