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originally posted by: Nechash
a reply to: Akragon
Unfortunately, Chopra is trying to come down to Dawkins level in order to communicate with him and seeing him in this darkened, anxious state is almost heart wrenching. I don't 100% agree with everything Chopra says, but I think embracing the mystical journey that is life is a good starting point. We just have to figure out how to walk this road without harming anyone and without losing ourselves along the way. I guess ultimately, this is where courage must necessarily kick in. Paralysis through analysis and fear is and always will be fruitless. Thanks for sharing!
originally posted by: LittleByLittle
a reply to: Kandinsky
To be fair Chopra did not exist on my Radar at all if I go back 5 years and I am not sure I would have understood what he talks about 5 years ago. .
His attitude is a sign of the times when minds are closed and materialism is on the up and up.
Neither of them are fools, and both know this, and I think Chopra decided to speak in a language everyone can understand, rather than resort to the empty wisdom he usually sells to those of the Oprah book club.
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Dawkins is a fool. His attitude is a sign of the times when minds are closed and materialism is on the up and up.
I can't say if he's legit or not, but his energy presence is amazing. You feel like you can conquer the world.