posted on Feb, 13 2005 @ 03:36 PM
greenmansmind, you owe nothing to me. I have only helped you realized what is already in you. That is my duty.... mine, yours, Amelia's, any
experienced soul. What you are is already a part of you. Whoever hlps you awaken that is only to be felt as a friend and ally. My voice here has
not been to teach, but to simply let others know that there are many of us here, and therefore let them experience and trust what they already knew,
on some level or another.
Amelia and skybluebuff0, lonliness is not uncommon for those of experience and knowledge. I have met many that have felt alone until I have let them
know that they are not. Our paths may be solitary, but our purpose is unified. Lonlieness is a normal feeling for those who have experienced much.
Alienation from other humans is to be expected, as they are not ready or capable of realizing that which we have. My own girlfriend, for instance,
love of my life and occasional keeper of my sanity..... she chalks my experience and enlightenment up to "occasional bouts of flakiness", but only
since she is not ready for what I know. She will be eventually, but not in this lifetime.
SteveG... not even worth a response. You are obviously not ready.
My friends, some of us are ready, others are not. We will experience much ridicule, alienation, and other forms of disheartening behavior from
others. Do not let this hamper your search for ultimate enlightenment. Many here are willing and able to understand. Those that have posted
repeatedly in this thread are often wishing to uncover what they know, or share what they have already uncovered. Each of our beliefs differ, but the
fundamentals are the same. We are here with reason and purpose. It is for each of us to uncover that reason and purpose. It is often helpful for
each of us to share what we know. The road to enlightenment and transcendence is fraught with many disbelievers. Stay true to yourselves, and follow
your path as best you can. I, and others on this thread, will be able to answer what questions you may have. Often, you'll find you already know