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  1. Robbin
    February 27, 2015 @ 5:20 pm

    YES! That smiling galaxy has got the joke too. 3 pounds taking on 70 trillion billion stars? It’s a done deal.

  2. Kathleen
    February 27, 2015 @ 8:37 pm

    The brain would be well advised to defer more often to the mind.

    While meditating this morning, once my thoughts cleared, a complex dream from the night before began to replay. The brain immediately tried to pull up more memories of that dream and piece it all together, which only resulted in losing the images.

    Poor brain! It tries so hard to figure it all out on its own, when everything it needs to be brilliant is right there, if only it would relinquish control.

  3. Mike
    November 8, 2019 @ 11:15 pm

    I was struck today to learn that Daedalus, the designer of the minotaur’s labyrinth, was said to have almost not made it out of his own design. One version had his (and his son Icarus’s) imprisonment by Minos into the labyrinth (to protect the secret of the very same labyrith). And the famous myth of them flying, was in order to escape the labyrinth (“vertical” creativity, not further 2D “denial”!). So I was struck by the “self can’t get out of self” theme. Continued uses of “thought-my-thought …” are FOR a denial mechansim – a labyrith – wonderfully reflected by the worming surface of the brain and by its innumerable networking connections!

  4. Tom
    November 12, 2019 @ 10:17 am

    The universe as described here is inconceivable large. The micro universe of cells, molecules, atoms and subatomics is theoretically comparable in size to the macro universe in some sort of inverse proportional way that I will never be able to describe. Both of these universes work perfectly or at the very least I ‘ve noticed they work ok. At the intersection of these two great universes we find Tom. How auspicious for me to think I’m the exception among all this infinite perfection. How arrogant to think that I’m so unique and special that I’m the one thing in all this that could have or detect a problem. If All is ok then I must give up my specialness and realize that I’m ok too.
    Tom, the ok one who has noticed that All is ok.

    • Fred Davis
      November 12, 2019 @ 10:46 am

      It’s absolutely AMAZING, is it not???
      Thanks, Tom.

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