I know it can't be lost but I feel I lost it

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Re: I know it can't be lost but I feel I lost it

Postby Mtn Wanderer » Thu Jun 09, 2011 3:23 pm

Arista! Thanks for the update. It's amazing how, like carried by a funnel, some 'truths' go right to the point.

far_eastofwest--- there's a paradox here. And I know ET says not to, but does it with his saying... labeling a labeler! And now I'm labeling a labeling labeler. Kind of funny. I think it's useful to point out that we are not our thoughts, feelings, tendencies, conditioning, life situations, etc., but is much more helpful if done with the pointing to the greater, the one before labels. Finding who one is before any name, or label was added to the one in existence. Otherwise, it just becomes more thoughts... and a 'job' for mind to do. I hear what you're saying, though, and can feel the intensity of your feelings at that moment when writing. I love 'where you are', by the way. Far east of west... everywhere and no where at the same time. A meeting place :)

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