Musings on the 27th path following yesterdays discussions..

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Re: Musings on the 27th path following yesterdays discussions..

Postby Bereshith » Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:07 am

ABSOLUTELY NOT.

your magick doesn't work without at least a temporary "babel"

Not my magick anyway.

It tests me, corrects me, and then has its effect with what was correct and strong.

So, I'm good with it.

Maybe it's a little too country for you.

But I'm country strong.

LOL
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Re: Musings on the 27th path following yesterdays discussions..

Postby Bereshith » Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:08 am

Tell me, do any of the rest of you even believe what you practice at all?

Or is it just books and arguments?
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Re: Musings on the 27th path following yesterdays discussions..

Postby Jim Eshelman » Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:41 am

IAOMAI wrote:Tell me, do any of the rest of you even believe what you practice at all?

Or is it just books and arguments?

My, we're antagonistic this morning. :rgu:

(Skipping answering the question because the use of the word "believe" would require a small essay or two before I coulkd answer the question as asked.)
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Re: Musings on the 27th path following yesterdays discussions..

Postby RobertAllen » Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:43 am

Jim Eshelman wrote:
IAOMAI wrote:Tell me, do any of the rest of you even believe what you practice at all?

Or is it just books and arguments?

My, we're antagonistic this morning. :rgu:

(Skipping answering the question because the use of the word "believe" would require a small essay or two before I coulkd answer the question as asked.)


As I see it, your always practicing something, even if it's avoidance of practicing.

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Re: Musings on the 27th path following yesterdays discussions..

Postby Bereshith » Mon Aug 01, 2011 7:02 am

Yes, and my English Teacher can talk to your English Teacher all day long about those topics, but...

In my culture, this is how we communicate when we think the world is going off a cliff.

We'll jump up and down and say everything we think we can get away with to say....

"Excuse me, Muffy, but your fat, undisciplined arse is standing on my garden hose."

[The usually democratic holistic-idea havers to the usually republican single-idea achievers.]

The rest is bullshit, which WILL lead to apeshit rednecks out of work AND military trained AND redneck trained... and country boys simply survive. That's all. They know what it takes. If they had a god it would be Herne. And that, my friend, is a boundary I have been waving my arms to prevent. Now, I speak "white" because I am "white," but don't think I haven't had to prove what I mean to non-English Teachers.

I feel we gained some time, but my heart weighs it every day at my own expense, as I'm sure others do as well.
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Re: Musings on the 27th path following yesterdays discussions..

Postby Edward Mason » Mon Aug 01, 2011 7:27 am

93,

My English teacher is taking the morning off. But I liked Dar's poem, and its evocation of how Peh produces a change that doesn't alter externals, yet shifts viewpoint profoundly.

93 93/93,
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Re: Musings on the 27th path following yesterdays discussions..

Postby Bereshith » Mon Aug 01, 2011 7:44 am

My bad.

My diagnosis.

My plotline.

Working seriously to delete errors.

Seriously.

Can't precisely apologize yet, but I expect their strength is far mightier than my blowhardiness.
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Re: Musings on the 27th path following yesterdays discussions..

Postby Frater 639 » Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:26 pm

Dar wrote:And in my mind arose a babel,
An undifferentiated crackle,
Full of this and that and everything,
And childish senseless prattle.

Full of moonbeams and blue jeans,
And 10 horses off their rein,
But my friends thought they could ride them,
And bring them home again.

We laughed like small mad children,
As we rode the horses yem,
then fell silent when we saw that each,
Was different, once again.


[Note - 'Yem' is a Geordie word, meaning 'home'.]


That's perfection! :angel:
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Re: Musings on the 27th path following yesterdays discussions..

Postby Avshalom Binyamin » Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:53 pm

Very interesting - thanks Alrah!
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