Re: Paradoxes -- The Unifying Riddleof our Existence
Jun 14, 1998 07:31 PM
by Dr A M Bain
W. Dallas TenBroeck <email@example.com> writes
>Personally I am not strong on taking anything "on faith," or of
>being a "blind believer" in anything someone else says, unless I
>have demonstrated to my self that their facts and logic is
>cohesive. In other words I take responsibility for what I think
>and say, and try to pass on, without any strings, those ideas
>that seem valuable to me.
A great deal of logic can be cohesive. Fact are elusive.
>As I understand it is the "heart doctrine" that unites, and not
>the "eye doctrine" and all the externalities.
It is the *shared* experience of the reality of Unity that unites, not
doctrine, heart, eye, or belly-button.
>Excuse me for any bluntness its only worth 0.03 (the price
A Jewish boy was aked in school: "What is two plus two?"
"You buying or selling?" he asked.
(Jewish - not antisemetic - joke)
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