a reply to: rom12345
These were old words, words I loved, words I missed.
Those of who mark me against subjective grounds
, without any proof, or demonstration of any fact or existence, even quantity or number; any
form of scientific rigour and force, but persuaded by deception. This is a humorous wise
, in my meditations on first knowledge, and to that
'one single and individual man' because half of his heart was in philosophy; this is fallen.
What havoc must I make of this?
Fear of a sword and fear of a stone? For who was foolish before 'the best time for the key?', and now all before a prison...
26 × ∞, Who am I? "I am Bobby Hemmitt", Hail! O Silence! make little substance of pigeon jokes
, now one eye is a speaker, why is there so
much silence in this one?
I am not his friend, I am not his enemy, [I am not his prophet]; for I stand forth as no Lord to all & none.
Though all power is possible, there is certainly enough demonstration by experience of laws, laws of nature which govern the causation of x
and expounding the principles on which we may doubt; therefore what is this secret key of which it is finally impossible to doubt wherever one
afterward discovers truth? The doubt of the existence of this consciousness, or the doubt of this body, and the consciousness of this body?
The doubt in first knowledge is omniscience
, that is 'knowing all things', all-knowing, and generally knowledge of an omniscient being, a being
possessed of omniscience is another, first sceptical obstruction, that then can only be by the union of omniformity - the quality of having every
form. Then, consciousness possessing the phenomenology of ideas, sensations, memories, feelings, etc., all that is experienced consciously of this
universe can often induce the doubt to refer to this host as a prison
. That is for the general experience consciously is sorrow, suffering,
pain, misery, impermanence, instability, etc., though humanly there are the experiences of joy, love, compassion, happiness, virtue, peace, etc.,
there is generally affliction as the shadow that follows one wherever one goes.
That sometimes one is deceived, persuaded in a deception not turning back to the shadow in the corner called affliction and suffering, for how was it
first caused? The corruption of the body causes the destruction of consciousness
, this shadow is the hope of a future life - without the
Buddhist distinction thus far of the myriad existences before this one.