Re: Second death
May 14, 1998 05:55 PM
by Dr A M Bain
libidia <email@example.com> writes
>Dr. A.M.Bain wrote:
> > Question though (asked in friendly tone with a smile): How are *you*
>> able to tell me what *I* knew 15,000 years ago? Did we have coffee
>In a manner of speaking. Take a walk outside, Alan, the answer to that
>part is in the stones, and you need to live near them. So do I, but I
>still have work to do here.
I do live near them, and this part of the world is built from them -
including my home! I agree they are as much a part of the Eternal Now
as you or I, and that in a way that is impossible to describe, we are in
them and they are in us, and it has always been so, even before they
were stones and before we were us. The memory is there. And
memory is Being.
That's nice - makes me feel warm inside! Drop by sometime - but let
me know first!
Brought to you from
West Cornwall, UK
[Back to Top]
Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application