Posted by Alexander from 184.108.40.206.cfl.rr.com (220.127.116.11) on Tuesday, September 16, 2003 at 6:40PM :
In Reply to: Merry posted by Alexander from 18.104.22.168.cfl.rr.com (22.214.171.124) on Tuesday, September 16, 2003 at 6:19PM :
When I said it would help me know how to work myself, I meant work myself into the conversation...
And by the way, my bubble cannot be burst, because I have no bubble. I am open to all things, and try to learn each day what I can, and try to perceive things from different vantage points and perspectives.
Even though we are used to living our simply lives, it does not mean that it is the entire reality. So much goes on, that we are not aware of, in so many different places, and through so many years. To simply limit ourselves to one segment of time and one parcel of locale, would be to give up hope for undestanding why we live, why we war, and how we could learn to better cope with these things. It is not going to be done, no, but the ability to examine these things and what they are founded on, and how futile or signifant they really, is to throw away your peripheral vision to accept that what your tunnel vision shows you is all there is. The rotunda will never stop, not because of the continuing negative ethics of man, but because there is no rotunda, and there is no basis for which to judge things from right or wrong, good or bad, light or dark, those are only perceptions that we are able to perceive, and are limited only to that. Why not at least wonder what might be, if certain things were or were not as they are, and why not try to gain a better understanding of our own existence, rather than just living because we are.
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