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    Re: A homeless drifter in my town

    nailed it Doug. and the fact is, anyone that does those things - getting up early, applying oneself, working hard, seeking knowledge - won't he homeless!:) not if they don't want to be. it sounds...
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    Re: Marijuana - a most complicated matter

    thanks for the thread Sammy! as usual, i can feel you striving for complete honesty in every sentence. i really appreciate your thoughtfulness, and i'm thrilled to see you posting here again.
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    Re: A homeless drifter in my town

    I can see how the life of a drifter might be appealing. There's no responsibility, no expectations. Only a burnt out tranquility maybe..at best.

    But in this life, meaning is found in...
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    Re: I'm Not A Cisgender Male

    some good responses guys, thanks.

    my point was, mostly, that the trans community has a responsibility to linguistically distinguish itself from the norm; the norm has no linguistic responsibility...
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    I'm Not A Cisgender Male

    I hadn't even heard the word "cisgender" until maybe a year ago (apparently it's been around since the 90's). It was in an article about transgenderism, and the author began by describing himself as...
  6. Thread: All Things Vegan!

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    Re: All Things Vegan!

    You're missing the point. And you will likely continue to, because you remain willfully blind to other realities besides your own.

    I *do* admire your stance on animal cruelty. Those videos you...
  7. Thread: All Things Vegan!

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    Re: All Things Vegan!

    his wife is one person with one ailment. so what?:) that would be like if i listed one well known vegan who had some terminal disease and then completely dismissed all of veganism as a result.

    as...
  8. Thread: Love

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    Re: Love

    My feeling is that when you love, you love all the way..with nothing held back.

    As it should be, in my view.

    That's the greatest prize on earth... 2 people loving each other unabashed and...
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    Re: Is all this so...YESTERDAY?

    Well, it would be boring without drama and hardship here.

    That isn't the same as declaring I want to be miserable for the rest of my life. Big difference.

    There is a distinction between people...
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    Re: Corey Goode's Fraud/Hoax vs the Public

    Meh, i dunno. With Jay/Groovie and Corey, it's become something like the victim Olympics. Its getting a little tiresome on both sides honestly. Everyone is in a hurry to declare the lengths...
  11. Re: Teresa Yanaros /Divine Frequency Leaves Full Disclosure Project Today [2018-10-28]

    it might be said that she's merely jumped from one cult to another:) i wonder if this has occurred to her.

    she strikes me as someone who desperately needs to belong to a group, or a belief...
  12. Re: A healthy discussion of the "archonic metaphor" and the myriad of Gnostic interpretations

    :bump2::bump2:
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    Re: The Great Quotes thread

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    Re: A far better Future

    "last dog liberated from owner..pet slavery finally ends!"

    "man who identifies as a fire hydrant sues woman who identifies as a dog when she pisses on him during wedding ceremony"

    "feminists...
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    Re: Very Few People Can Actually Think

    autumn you wrote something really interesting i meant to respond to earlier..about having to have limitation in creative pursuits.

    it sounds counterintuitive but it's quite reasonable. there's an...
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    Re: Very Few People Can Actually Think

    thanks for all the great replies. lots of good stuff.

    re "no mind": a spiritually desirable place for sages and yogis (and layman lucky enough to achieve it)...but i think that's more a state of...
  17. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    when the day of your death arrives (many many many years from now!:thumbsup:), what are your hopes for the forum? is it your wish that it carries on? have you prepared a statement of some sort to...
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    Re: Man I love this 80's ish song!

    Strat approves. That's all that matters. Screw the rest of you:
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    Re: Man I love this 80's ish song!

    yep, 'tears for fears' fan here too:thumbsup:

    ..and i'll use this opportunity to shamelessly declare my love for Hall And Oates..(but don't tell anybody)
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    Very Few People Can Actually Think

    that was a quote i heard by a popular intellectual today: "very few people can actually think."

    and i wondered what exactly the man had meant by it. but within seconds i was drifting, thinking...
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