Re: Theos-World Standard of Truth?
Jan 14, 2003 09:29 AM
by Bill Meredith
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Weeks" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2003 12:25 PM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Standard of Truth?
> From: "Bill Meredith" <email@example.com>
> > Well said, Nick. While you certainly seem to have found a "real" path
> > suits you, is it well to offer that others must dig where you dig?
> Not my meaning. Just keep digging until you find water or die. If is a
> "true" well you will find water in some lifetime, but if it is not?
> the rub! Which is why I am a traditionalist.
I heard a similar argument for being a christian. Better to have lived a
christian life until you die. Then if there is a God you are ok, and if
there isn't well there's the rub!
Within the major religions are
> real, reliable paths, so shorten your search & pick one.
Assuming that the shorter the search the better.
Do not try to (like
> the White Knight in Alice in Wonderland) make one "of my own invention".
Why would you give such advice? Have you not used the traditional search
tools available in this incarnation to do that very thing?
> > Who gets to decide what the "right" digging location is for you? for me?
> > others?
> Who else, but you?
> It puzzles me when folks worry about being hypnotized or bamboozled by
> OTHER authority outside. So who makes the final decision to follow or
> or accept the OTHER's notions? We do. Who makes the final decision to
> follow or believe or accept OUR own notions? We do.
When you say "we do" you mean I for me and You for you, right?
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