Krisnamurti and nihilism
Apr 23, 1998 11:07 AM
by Thoa Thi-Kim Tran
>Thoa Tran <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>>How, then, to maintain such a contact with
>>the higher selves when you are out working a regular job, talking to
>>regular folks, watching popular media, etc.?
>Can't be done without giving up *some* of the time spent in these
>otherwise worthy pursuits, IMO. However, to make the best use of
>higher self, contact with others *at any level* is essential.
That's the difference between conceptualizing breathing of fresh air and
actually doing it. Without analyses and self-awareness, you can't really
understand the quality of all your experiences. Without direct contact,
you won't get fresh experience. On days when I'm cooped up in front of the
computer or canvas or reading esoteric books, I occasionally need to flip
on the TV and watch Rosie O'Donnell, Oprah, etc., just to stay connected to
the "real" world. It's not a "high" experience, but it connects me with
all the millions of other folks who are watching them.
>As I am a vegetarian I may get another damnatation from Thoa, but
>mine is from personal choice, not from dogma, so maybe not.
No damnation! Although all the carnivores might have to eat you since you
have put yourself low in the food chain.
St. Alan of Thoa :o) (smaller nose)
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