this is like, my Home?

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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Wed Jul 17, 2019 4:45 pm

Hoping will reach that point along the way!
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Fri Jul 19, 2019 3:00 pm

The beach every day. Beautiful water bluest of blues and hues of green near the shore.
Gotta get a job back home , security guard or some thing . need the money. Could languid in park near the tree, and forget about time with grass there, and the reason for living but have to measure up to family responsibilities which rather then aiding down as time goes by in my retirement , forces more and more to do with especially one grandchild mentioned above. Ayden. He is all encompassing , wild child, many and much demands daughter can not cope huaband is Persian with am array of faulted family . his father left wife, also Asian and a son he nwbwr sees. I shoulder Ayden daughter is overburdened holding job, husband has been jailed and has a record . can't get straight job up and down between more highs then lows. Using my daughter in a way, he is so strong when he is way way up, and so down when down.

They were happy when we took kid here to Polynesia , and he has chance to be with his cousins. Amire his dads name his father employs him as messenger he is disbarred attorney keeping up appearances , they do not really care about Ayden.

Woke up early its 4 am nearly, lost a tooth filling a week ago now it's not hurting too much anymore bad sign .

My son and his four kids here, underweight , wife like mine quarrelsome and finding fault with early on projective necessity she calls it venting.
More later this may turn into a diary I don't k la intermixed with some comment here and there, mixed with free flow not that it is more a lazy way to express , pit it down to a need , maybe quick fix.
Trucks are beginning to move here and there sparsely, do I really love her yes, I must say even if her purpose has been achieved of turning me into at least in part a slave more spiritual then material, some of which is sourced from fear of loneliness.
Later . no philosophy for a while I don't want to do more zazen, sexuality hoping push energy upward toward heart and mind.

Crows are beginning to crow in an orchestra of kukarookoo and I will go upstairs hoping get into bed with Ayden who has decided I'm a better fit

And the beat goes on, the eternal oscillation founded on the insecurity based meta-uncertainty, politicised rather then analyzed in depth. We are all prone to it. None to be exempt , Human all too human. .
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Fri Jul 19, 2019 3:25 pm

Anyway its right to be placed or put into place, story of my life and peacegirl is right , there is a right and wrong place for everything determinantly, and the rest is holding on.
Stopped going to church ten years ago , my son , what a great little guy forced us last Sunday epitome of hypocracy but ok all dressed in native wear colorful gaugenesque .
All spoken in French but gestures told what it was all about .

Elizabeth my only cousin left who speaks to me, is facing heart surgery late this month or next she says I still want to live and enjoy the beauty of it all and worried about her daughter in New York whose husband lives in New Jersey.
Ahe lived next to the Hungarian premier a few blocks down in a little flat with her husband who always demolishes anyone whom he feels threatens his standing. The Jewish side is gone down the garbage can and the Christian side of my family is not doing that much better. Little Kathy is an only child and she nearing 50 will not have any children.
Kathy is a math professor retired still working part time. She loves Wagner, was there two years ago to see the whole Ring, she asked me to go for this year's, but my son with the triplets whom instrumental to bring up, asked us to come here. We are supposed to be resting , but its always like that lets go there and lets see that.
There in the cultural center there were what appeares to be a dozen Gauguins on lease from Leningrad, and for a second a crazy thought what of I lift a very small colorful piece, to quick fix my finances, and kept thinking about that all through the evening, it was petite , easily fitting could have placed it under my shirt. Of.course I could not have done out morally but the place was unguarded and maybe my klepto underbelly would have landed me with the gendermaire. Anyhow, but then later much to my relief found out they were copies.
But what if they were real and out of desperation like something make or break situation? Nah!

Well I'm in the shithole now only place to escape , 4 thirty am, something slimming outside , maybe a chicken, everybody getting bitten by mosquitoes me and my son not, even Ayden only a few bumpy itches so maybe it's a sexist thing.

Another day in what appears to be paradise. Of.course it's a cultural set, and the locals here the ones with businesses and nice homes all French and cultured. Gaigan was a.good man they say because all the great art he contributed to civilisation but bad because of his dalliance with pretty girls as young as 14.
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Mon Jul 22, 2019 6:18 pm

One general framework can be examples here: the de-differentiation of polyethnic experience in Toto, is well realized by Levi Strauss, and its significance derived with compatibility between a historical poly-derivation and development between cultural and genetic markers of over at least 500 years and the actual existential significance of daily polyethnic personal living.
The intermarriage and mixing is a mini-view of similar patterned effects, and ideas of effective cohesion of such patterns can be shown.

That the mix of indinginous cultural and genetically marked variables contain similar structural signs, repeating patterns which trace evolutionary markers that can be re-integrated , may easily transcend those many years of development, and still retain general recognizable forms of similitude.

This is meant only as a general framework, looking forward to the ethno projective forces of adhisuin in forms of binding cultural forces between the present and the very dated.
In another sense, those ancient forms are still very present in a constant interplay with unending half step re-integration, but without disturbing the core belief"s and customs.
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Wed Jul 24, 2019 12:14 am

Chickens and homeless at papeete airport: a homeless person was digging through the garbage found a half a sand with and a typical French tourist stared the he'll out of him. I offered him some fried fish and rice, which my wife tried to pawn off of me, he refused. I hid it under a napkin she didn't notice they were so old and clumpy


A chicken walked by I dropped some rice it scooped it up and came back
Some brains I thought becoming the mass butchered chicken farmed innocent feel guilty about for every craving of Kentucky fried chicken, the colonel crooning southern.
Son went on to another island 2 hours flight away.
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Re: this is like, my Home? Back in the USA

Postby Meno_ » Thu Jul 25, 2019 7:15 am

Adam Shiff to the Special Prosecutor July 24, 2019 :





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Chairman of The House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff’s opening statement today:
“Your report, for those who have taken the time to study it, is methodical and it is devastating, for it tells the story of a foreign adversary’s sweeping and systematic intervention in a close U.S.presidential election.

That should be enough to deserve the attention of every American, as you well point out. But your report tells another story as well. For the story of the 2016 presidential election is also a story about disloyalty to country, about greed, and about lies.




Your investigation determined that the Trump campaign – including Trump himself – knew that a foreign power was intervening in our election and welcomed it, built Russian meddling into their strategy, and used it.



Disloyalty to country. Those are strong words, but how else are we to describe a presidential campaign which did not inform the authorities of a foreign offer of dirt on their opponent, which did not publicly shun it, or turn it away, but which instead invited it, encouraged it, and made full use of it?



That disloyalty may not have been criminal. Constrained by uncooperative witnesses, the destruction of documents & the use of encrypted communications, your team was not able to establish each of the elements of the crime of conspiracy beyond a reasonable doubt, so not a provable crime, in any event.

But, I think, maybe,something worse.



A crime is the violation of a law written by Congress. But disloyalty to country violates the very obligation of citizenship, our devotion to a core principle on which our nation was founded:


That we, the people, not some foreign power that wishes us ill, we decide,who shall govern, us.



This also a story about money, about greed and corruption, about the leadership of a campaign willing to compromise the nation’s interest not only to win, but to make money at the same time.

About a campaign chairman indebted to pro-Russian interests who tried to use his position to clear his debts and make millions. About a national security advisor using his position to make money from still other foreign interests.

And about a candidate trying to make more money than all of them, through a real estate project that to him, was worth a fortune, hundreds of millions of dollars, and the realization of a lifelong ambition – a Trump Tower in the heart of Moscow.

A candidate who, in fact, viewed his whole campaign as the greatest infomercial in history.

Donald Trump and his senior staff were not alone in their desire to use the election to make money. For Russia, too, there was a powerful financial motive. Putin wanted relief from U.S. economic sanctions imposed in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and over human rights violations.

The secret Trump Tower meeting between the Russians and senior campaign officials was about sanctions. The secret conversations between Flynn and the Russian ambassador were about sanctions.



Trump and his team wanted more money for themselves, and the Russians wanted more money for themselves, and for their oligarchs.

But the story doesn’t end here either. For your report also tells a story about lies. Lots of lies.

Lies about a gleaming tower in Moscow and lies about talks with the Kremlin. Lies about the firing of FBI Director James Comey, and lies about efforts to fire you, Mr. Mueller, and lies to cover it up.

Lies about secret negotiations with the Russians over sanctions and lies about Wikileaks. Lies about polling data and lies about hush money payments. Lies about meetings in the Seychelles to set up secret back channels, and lies about a secret meeting in New York Trump Tower.



Liesto the FBI, lies to your staff, and lies to our Committee. And lies to obstruct an investigation into the most serious attack on our democracy by a foreign power in our history.

That is where your report ends, Mr. Mueller, with a scheme to cover up,obstruct and deceive every bit as systematic and pervasive as the Russian disinformation campaign itself, but far more pernicious since this rot came from within.



Even now, after 448 pages in two volumes, the deception continues. The President and his acolytes say your report found no collusion, though your report explicitly declined to address that question, since collusion can involve both criminal and non-criminal conduct.

Your report laid out multiple offers of Russian help to the Trump campaign, the campaign’s acceptance of that help, and overt acts in furtherance of Russian help. To most Americans, that is the very definition of collusion, whether it is a crime or not.

They say your report found no evidence of obstruction, though you outline numerous actions by the President intended to obstruct the investigation.

They say the President has been fully exonerated, though you specifically declare you could not exonerate him.

In fact, they say your whole investigation was nothing more than a witchhunt, that the Russians didn’t interfere in our election, that it’s all a terrible hoax.

The real crime, they say, is not that the Russians intervened to help Donald Trump, but that the FBI had the temerity to investigate it when they did.





But worst of all, worse than all the lies and the greed, is the disloyalty to country, for that too, continues. When asked, if the Russians intervene again, will you take their help, Mr. President?

Why not, was the essence of his answer.

Everyone does it.

No,Mr. President, they don’t.

Not in the America envisioned by Jefferson, Madison & Hamilton. Not for those who believe in the idea that Lincoln labored until his dying day to preserve, the idea animating our great national experiment, so unique then, so precious still:

That our government is chosen by our people, through our franchise, and not by some hostile foreign power.

This is what is at stake. Our next election, and the one after that, for generations to come. Our democracy.

This is why your work matters, Mr. Mueller. This is why our investigation matters. To bring these dangers to light.”

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Re: this is like, my Home? Back in the USA

Postby Meno_ » Thu Jul 25, 2019 7:16 am

Adam Shiff to the Special Prosecutor July 24, 2019 :





The Trump Impeachment
Congress
Full Text of Adam Schiff’s Opening Statement Today.




“Your report, for those who have taken the time to study it, is methodical and it is devastating, for it tells the story of a foreign adversary’s sweeping and systematic intervention in a close U.S.presidential election.

That should be enough to deserve the attention of every American, as you well point out. But your report tells another story as well. For the story of the 2016 presidential election is also a story about disloyalty to country, about greed, and about lies.




Your investigation determined that the Trump campaign – including Trump himself – knew that a foreign power was intervening in our election and welcomed it, built Russian meddling into their strategy, and used it.



Disloyalty to country. Those are strong words, but how else are we to describe a presidential campaign which did not inform the authorities of a foreign offer of dirt on their opponent, which did not publicly shun it, or turn it away, but which instead invited it, encouraged it, and made full use of it?



That disloyalty may not have been criminal. Constrained by uncooperative witnesses, the destruction of documents & the use of encrypted communications, your team was not able to establish each of the elements of the crime of conspiracy beyond a reasonable doubt, so not a provable crime, in any event.

But, I think, maybe,something worse.



A crime is the violation of a law written by Congress. But disloyalty to country violates the very obligation of citizenship, our devotion to a core principle on which our nation was founded:


That we, the people, not some foreign power that wishes us ill, we decide,who shall govern, us.



This also a story about money, about greed and corruption, about the leadership of a campaign willing to compromise the nation’s interest not only to win, but to make money at the same time.

About a campaign chairman indebted to pro-Russian interests who tried to use his position to clear his debts and make millions. About a national security advisor using his position to make money from still other foreign interests.

And about a candidate trying to make more money than all of them, through a real estate project that to him, was worth a fortune, hundreds of millions of dollars, and the realization of a lifelong ambition – a Trump Tower in the heart of Moscow.

A candidate who, in fact, viewed his whole campaign as the greatest infomercial in history.

Donald Trump and his senior staff were not alone in their desire to use the election to make money. For Russia, too, there was a powerful financial motive. Putin wanted relief from U.S. economic sanctions imposed in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and over human rights violations.

The secret Trump Tower meeting between the Russians and senior campaign officials was about sanctions. The secret conversations between Flynn and the Russian ambassador were about sanctions.



Trump and his team wanted more money for themselves, and the Russians wanted more money for themselves, and for their oligarchs.

But the story doesn’t end here either. For your report also tells a story about lies. Lots of lies.

Lies about a gleaming tower in Moscow and lies about talks with the Kremlin. Lies about the firing of FBI Director James Comey, and lies about efforts to fire you, Mr. Mueller, and lies to cover it up.

Lies about secret negotiations with the Russians over sanctions and lies about Wikileaks. Lies about polling data and lies about hush money payments. Lies about meetings in the Seychelles to set up secret back channels, and lies about a secret meeting in New York Trump Tower.



Liesto the FBI, lies to your staff, and lies to our Committee. And lies to obstruct an investigation into the most serious attack on our democracy by a foreign power in our history.

That is where your report ends, Mr. Mueller, with a scheme to cover up,obstruct and deceive every bit as systematic and pervasive as the Russian disinformation campaign itself, but far more pernicious since this rot came from within.



Even now, after 448 pages in two volumes, the deception continues. The President and his acolytes say your report found no collusion, though your report explicitly declined to address that question, since collusion can involve both criminal and non-criminal conduct.

Your report laid out multiple offers of Russian help to the Trump campaign, the campaign’s acceptance of that help, and overt acts in furtherance of Russian help. To most Americans, that is the very definition of collusion, whether it is a crime or not.

They say your report found no evidence of obstruction, though you outline numerous actions by the President intended to obstruct the investigation.

They say the President has been fully exonerated, though you specifically declare you could not exonerate him.

In fact, they say your whole investigation was nothing more than a witchhunt, that the Russians didn’t interfere in our election, that it’s all a terrible hoax.

The real crime, they say, is not that the Russians intervened to help Donald Trump, but that the FBI had the temerity to investigate it when they did.





But worst of all, worse than all the lies and the greed, is the disloyalty to country, for that too, continues. When asked, if the Russians intervene again, will you take their help, Mr. President?

Why not, was the essence of his answer.

Everyone does it.

No,Mr. President, they don’t.

Not in the America envisioned by Jefferson, Madison & Hamilton. Not for those who believe in the idea that Lincoln labored until his dying day to preserve, the idea animating our great national experiment, so unique then, so precious still:

That our government is chosen by our people, through our franchise, and not by some hostile foreign power.

This is what is at stake. Our next election, and the one after that, for generations to come. Our democracy.

This is why your work matters, Mr. Mueller. This is why our investigation matters. To bring these dangers to light.”
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Fri Jul 26, 2019 2:57 am

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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Fri Jul 26, 2019 3:26 am

Meno_ wrote:https://youtu.be/FJOX5tCd1qs


https://youtu.be/9tJbqNRGSl0




https://youtu.be/UcFNRGsDQ1s
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby jrabul » Fri Jul 26, 2019 4:40 am

welcome to the home than.
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Re: this is like, my Home? Polanyi dreams

Postby Meno_ » Fri Jul 26, 2019 3:32 pm

jrabul wrote:welcome to the home than.



Thanks



One dimensional man



https://youtu.be/lSYFJB7o9ZQ





https://youtu.be/PJJnA6zEcGk



Polanyi dreams Einstein on the beach, polanyi sleeping under the sea, the see of earnest, in, in earnest, so that so so that, recollect the mind, the mind of dark harbors, .

No one delusions' style only connected one, one with another before.the final kick off.

Thence. Whereby some sense., of data recall, of positive lingual orientated abstracting.


To Ayden- Chris eternal return.!?!




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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Mon Jul 29, 2019 4:06 am

This is my home because the psychology of philosophy tends Nowedays to overcome the philosophy of psychology. Philosophy , as a dynamic, historically evolved structural intentional progression, is being short gutted, by memory, to an increasing parabolic intervening variability, such as , where the intentionality is to sustain a surface preception of meaning through nominalism. In other words the effort to do this is a causitive effect toward illusionary goals.

These goals are created literally and graphically through Madison avenue simulations, where simulations are effected by congestive groups of resemblances.
The regression effects this simulacra through increasing rates of Dr-differentiative simplicity, using it as an alternative modal, short gutted logic, of interpretation of inclusive anti derivitive of sets containing other sets, until the logically impossible happens: all sets are included in a single all inclusion, with it's ultimate all inclusion containing all sets and it's self.

But since this is illusionary, the containment is the effect of absolute maximum superinclusion unto a singularity.
That such is predicted to occur within a generation or so, presents an inductive process with a certain end, which is goal oriented.
The One World Order, presents a simulated A1 absolute inclusive authority and control.
The 1984, the Brave New World scenarios present this productively and figuratively.

The question remains about whether this contradictory process, van retain a Nietzchean perspective, or, is compelled by no other alternative.
If not, then the re-integration of the de-differentiated pseudo illusionary deter.infants, will pose an inauthentic predicate in existential terms.
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Wed Jul 31, 2019 7:18 pm

https://youtu.be/x5yQn_a9rW4



Who was George Cukor?




https://youtu.be/ct0qJnMKMLQ



This is why Jewish people have a tough time perceiving people like bobby Fisher as being narrow minded. In fact, naive realism does fail on the political level for those who simple mindedly reply kind for kind. Of is strictly a natural opiniated , crowd fulfilled panic reaction , which the supposed everyman has no way of resisting, in the lowest of low levels of argument

The Jewish people are like children, they consume the superstitious prophetic nature of existence as deterministic, laden with Karmic infallibility.

Sans that, would not the should over the is, be perpetuated as a moralistic tool with which to gage ethical ' norms'?

They were specifically chosen for that role and hence the persecution for ever after..

Hungarian Jews are specifically prescipted for that role.



For this reason alone, naive realism fails , big time.!
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Re: this is like, my Home? ego

Postby Meno_ » Thu Aug 01, 2019 11:11 pm

The ego as sartori attainment are inversely proportional to the more karmic debt is erased in an individual life ; the more ego laden fear scratches off of the surface, from the interior. The dissolution of ego is a tremendous undertaking, and it usually consits of generational motives and preformances.

the genetic shifts entailed can not be achieved in one generation, since it has no likelyhood of changing chromozonal alterations. at least two, but even within two generations, a backslide is more probable then not.

three consistently strong motivational components will assure certain general forward shifts into the depersonalising effects to take root in the soul, originally born of guilt and fear, that transforms into a meta-religious desire.

Certain psychological oddities and disturbances motivated by the movement of energy centers from baseline erotic idealism toward the structurally repetitious circuitry [Nietzche], may shift again downwards , but with finer and finer attunements, infiltrating the middle area of feelings. that it is literally felt to be in the middle, is of widely acclaimed opinion.

that it starts way beyond death, to the extent diretly proportional the depth of the generational aquisition, receedes feelings of doubt, accordingly.

Such is what the practice of kundalini has achieved within various Vedantic practices.

The various layers of immortaility is manifested within forms of subtelty such as the subtle body, with i suppose lessens perceiptable material effects.

the soul is the subtlety beneath the last trace of material manifestations ofunderstanding. It is merely a construct to define a vanishing point between the supposed promise of the human foreward movements of eternally evolving human projects, and their expected formal arrivals.
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Re: this is like, my Home? Balances

Postby Meno_ » Mon Aug 05, 2019 8:28 am

Balances : extreme weighing of souls
Double everything on the heart, now that the dark one tries to over come the little left,
But don't , on a silver thread of true hope he is yet defeated, and knows it .

He- it knows how to squeeze, but it will not work and it knows it. The balance deep is certain, certainty unsettled the uncertain. The uncertain is ephemeral and looses balance quick, and then begs that below for support, and it gives, but is perceived as hyperbola.

That is it's downfall it's
hypocracy and faithless doubt and double cross.

It's bargaining chips are bad faith.
For it is irredeemable.
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Artimas » Mon Aug 05, 2019 3:17 pm

Only place I can seem to write about philosophical concepts without being hated or personally attacked, to be honest. Been off and on for a few years now, best philosophy forum hands down, it’s like an archive of knowledge here as well. If only more of the general public tried understanding it all.

Even nothing, is something.
If one is to live balanced with expectations, then one must learn to appreciate the negative as well, to respect darkness in its own home.

All smoke fades, as do all delicate mirrors shatter.

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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Mon Aug 05, 2019 5:19 pm

I think so, as well. Territorial integrity is disputable. Go back to the colonial days, before the West was won, and conquest and territorial expansion. Were keys to progress.
During the Communist days, key words were anti-capitalism and anti colonialism.
But if it can be dished out, then of course, the retribution has to be accounted for.
And cheap labor is the current economic litmus test , with pseudo colonialism.
Constitutionally, freedom implied enterprise with the capacity for immigration laissez faire.
This construction does not fare well, when the executive disputes fed. policies of trying to delute this focus on inflationary money policies.
The control of world markets has been the sign post of political and economic policy.
Economic and political policy during good times, are two parallel sinus waves. On the other hand, they may become almost inversely proportional
during lean times.
The Fed, is connected to international banking indexes, and as a consequence the contradiction has never been more outstanding.

The political freedoms become hostage , and external defacto policies become the projects with which executions of internal policy appear to wrestle with.
This is nothing unusual , when US dominance is fairly easy for opinions to subscribe to.
But when North Korea can dictate nuclear policy to a degree that has not been matched in history, when Iran can hold ransom for dominance in the Middle East, when giant China can exert increasing influence in Indo-China, when Trump-Putin can abrogate age' old nuclear treaties , then a sudden unqualified reversal is pretty obvious to any thinking agency.
The NWO, yet a conceptual entity, is becoming real by the second, when it becomes obvious, that the real executive is artificially subscribed by
AI. This is becoming a fact, and there is probably no doubt, that the efforts to appear reactionary through fiscally conservation , holding for only one sustained policy :
The covering of deficits by any means not only possible , but necessary.

The Chinese will destroy themselves if they dump financial US assets, and North Vietnam is compelled to use this knowledge only as a bargaining chip. They are strictly Chinese puppets, and current policy is merely an optical game of configuring vadious levels of illusion.
The only catch in game theory is the odd occurance of a systemic breakdown due to higher levels of uncertainty which have not been accounted for.
This is why a superpower executive humbles himself to a minor leader of an impoverished country. The David and Goliath scenario may wreck current well prepared scenarios in current affairs.
The game is very dangerous , and the stakes very high.
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Wed Aug 07, 2019 5:37 pm

Kindness is more important than wisdom, and the recognition of this is the beginning of wisdom. — Theodore Isaac Rubin, M.D.Jul 12, 2017
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Arcturus Descending » Wed Aug 07, 2019 7:18 pm

Artimas wrote:Only place I can seem to write about philosophical concepts without being hated or personally attacked, to be honest. Been off and on for a few years now, best philosophy forum hands down, it’s like an archive of knowledge here as well. If only more of the general public tried understanding it all.


Well then perhaps one can also call ILP a Sanctuary.
"Look closely. The beautiful may be small."


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“Whereas the beautiful is limited, the sublime is limitless, so that the mind in the presence of the sublime, attempting to imagine what it cannot, has pain in the failure but pleasure in contemplating the immensity of the attempt.”

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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby Meno_ » Fri Aug 09, 2019 10:22 pm

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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby MagsJ » Sat Aug 10, 2019 1:20 pm

Arcturus Descending wrote:
Artimas wrote:Only place I can seem to write about philosophical concepts without being hated or personally attacked, to be honest. Been off and on for a few years now, best philosophy forum hands down, it’s like an archive of knowledge here as well. If only more of the general public tried understanding it all.


Well then perhaps one can also call ILP a Sanctuary.

This is definitely reflective in the posters, who post freely, without (too much) censorship. We are a pretty cool group indeed ;)
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

I haven't got the time to spend the time reading something that is telling me nothing, as I will never be able to get that time back, and I may need it for something at some point in time. Wait! What?

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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby barbarianhorde » Mon Aug 19, 2019 11:30 pm

MagsJ wrote:
Arcturus Descending wrote:
Artimas wrote:Only place I can seem to write about philosophical concepts without being hated or personally attacked, to be honest. Been off and on for a few years now, best philosophy forum hands down, it’s like an archive of knowledge here as well. If only more of the general public tried understanding it all.


Well then perhaps one can also call ILP a Sanctuary.

This is definitely reflective in the posters, who post freely, without (too much) censorship. We are a pretty cool group indeed ;)

True,

I guess its good not too many people come here as it would be turned into a regular place which means stiflingly boring.
Instead its a place where half of the people could actually be your friend, regardless of who you are here.

If you are here, you have some guts, everyone writes what they think. In the "real world" no one says what they think.
It is true that liberty is precious; so precious that it must be carefully rationed.
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Re: this is like, my Home? Or, homeward bound ?

Postby Meno_ » Tue Aug 20, 2019 1:11 pm

It's so difficult to write so as not to mean through total sensibility, for it will surely imply a lack of variability of sense. As readers measure style within a range of intent , within degrees of specific content, they will gage the spontaneous, or too direct that described too honestly, the harsh light rather than that lit up with an exclusive focus. The margins will appear drastically stark and brutally cut away
A feeling of float will distance on a carpet ride, of depersonalized every man; in any assumed position, to be juxtaplaced into movements of his tending. from within.
To fade away the simulation of moving the scenery to effect , while standing still , blends it with the foreground.
Moral:
You can please some people all times, sometimes all , but not all of them every time, realing? (f)it.! ; not! reading.
They may resent the gaping pigeon hole as being trapped, and thus a rose is not, as risen.
In that case, a home is bare, furnished in too early , & not late of yet;
Becoming mixed into, the experiment. They will be looking out, from the outside.
Tempering the fear of sudden and illicit endings.
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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby MagsJ » Tue Aug 20, 2019 10:54 pm

barbarianhorde wrote:I guess its good not too many people come here as it would be turned into a regular place which means stiflingly boring.
Instead its a place where half of the people could actually be your friend, regardless of who you are here.

If you are here, you have some guts, everyone writes what they think. In the "real world" no one says what they think.

Bonding over Philosophy.. much more preferable to the mundane likes, of social sites and such.

A haven for forbidden thought.. the Medina of the mind, but don't get lost in it.. will yas.
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

I haven't got the time to spend the time reading something that is telling me nothing, as I will never be able to get that time back, and I may need it for something at some point in time. Wait! What?

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Re: this is like, my Home?

Postby MagsJ » Wed Aug 21, 2019 1:25 am

MagsJ wrote:.. much more preferable to the mundane likes, of social sites and such.

After having said that ^^^ I had to check in on my SM accounts.. it wasn't too bad a task. Posts on the Irish back stop, where EU Nationals can sign-up to remain in the UK, The new PM Boris on Brexiting on the 31st of October, Local and National politics, event invites.. Enough now!
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

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