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vertical line Posted on Jun.04.2008 @ 10:45PM EDT by 9999999
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Jun.04.2008
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Reply from lehish
Jun.05.2008
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clapclap link worked ;)

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Reply from Snibbler
Jun.05.2008
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vertical line clap, clap, yeah, congrats, nice looking tread you got going there:)
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Reply from ______
Jun.05.2008
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vertical line Give him Fat.  He can take it. 
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Reply from Snibbler
Jun.05.2008
10:45AM EDT 
vertical line Ever tried going with the flow?
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Reply from ______
Jun.05.2008
11:41AM EDT 
vertical line What flow?

There's a fly on the table looking for food. Whenever I move, it flies away to where it sizes up the situation, then it flies back and carries on with its unfinished business.

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Reply from shayne
Jun.05.2008
08:28PM EDT 
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vertical line haahahah............thats so kewl.
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Reply from glorymind
Jun.06.2008
06:12AM EDT 
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Quote: "this "
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Here's Mannion talking about Schopenhauer in Schopenhauer, Religion and Morality: The Humble Path To Ethics:
The way we know our ultimate nature is by a series of acts, not as it is, whole in itself. In other words, the individual innermost self is identical in-itself to what underlies the whole of reality itself but we do not know it as it is in-itself.

Here's a quote from Schopenhauer:
Gradually, especially during the time of Scholasticism and later, God has been dressed in all kinds of qualities; but enlightenment has forced him to take them all off, were there not the scruple that the results of this might then be that there were only garments with nothing in them. Now there are two garments that cannot be taken off, in other words two inseperable qualities of God, namely personality and causality. These must also be found in the concept of God and are the most necessary characteristics. As soon as we remove these, we may well be able to speak of God, but we can no longer have any conception of him.

But I say that in this temporal and sensuous world of our understanding there are indeed personality and causality, in fact they are even necessary. However, the better consciousness in me lifts me into a world where there is no longer personality and causality or subject and object. My hope and belief is that this better (supersensuous and extratemporal) consciousness will become my only one, and for that reason I hope that it is no God. But if anyone wants to use the expression God symbolically for that better consciousness itself or for much that we are unable to separate and to name, so let it be, yet not amongs philosophers I should have thought.

My thoughts: how did you draw it without thinking about it?

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Jun.06.2008
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vertical line He didn't. That's the point, then the pencil.
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