Thursday, December 27, 2007
That Was So Not Fun, Part II
I lose a bit more memory every year.:) That's one reason I wrote it down in the blog. That, and the fact I haven't seen a write-up on making a new drive bootable with Linux.
I knew over a year ago that AJ could do it, the agility of mind and the power to hold concepts for long drawn out periods while galivanting over hill and dale, sumersaulting over obstacles, I have seen her work, super, looks like you are likewise, difference is the content, wonder why?
Besides, Julie is a trained architect/artist. I am trained as a scientist/observer. You are an artist by training. The aspect all our professions or former professions have in common is passion and observation - the art of observing actuality passionately. AJ expresses concepts in her unique mystical way. I express mystical experiences in more formal psychological or scientific terms, unless there is no way to label the experience with a word or thought. I have found that if you look closely, the mystics and the scientists often say the same things using different terms for the same process or concept. Same goes for the different religions.
However, more profoundly, there are only two things one needs to do to find "God" (whatever that word or concept means) - be in the present and be detached from the conventional human viewpoint of what the "World" is or is not, be detached from the Collective Human Dream.
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