reply to post by elendal
I have read your post here and other links you provided and there is wisdom in your words.
Let me tell you what I know that I don't know. These words have always held truth to me:
"Admitting that you know nothing is the path to knowledge"
I've always said when you get an answer, ask the question again, and don't stop.
Why do I think we need to suffer? Because from what I gather I think awareness spreads out both ways, all ways, I feel we need to experience
everything in order to understand it, even something so trivial. I suffer every day when I act on good will, I suffer when I try to reduce my
resource consumption. It would be nice to stand still and not produce nor consume anything.
Again I don't claim to know anything, quite the opposite.
To be honest, in my limited understanding of everything, I find it disturbing that my existance could be just a game or a construct. I just want to
know why I exist, I really do. It's nice to think we are a sea of conciousness, gods in amnesia, with the power and will to shape our own being, but
I always think theres something more, something that created conciousness..something that claims superiority, and meanwhile something claims
superiority over that. I don't find it a stretch to believe there is somethinng out there 1 million times more aware/intelligent then the "finite"
It's really the question that drives me.. "why?" I want to know everything, if that's even possible.
I have a question, you were referring to the intent of controlling energy, what are you suggesting, we go with the flow of energy, but isn't that
what you're telling us not to, by taking control of ourselves, isn't that controlling the energy in us? "That's the problem with this planet. We
don't own ourselves".. are you suggesting we own ourselves? aren't we conciousness, energy... wouldn't that be to control our energy? I'm just a
little confused with the statement.
How did you see outside the universe, and are you talking about like looking at a multiverse combined from the outside, like bubbles of creation
observed externally, or the WHOLLLLLE thing?
Let me just say i don't think your right, I don't think your wrong, I don't think i'm right, I don't think I'm wrong, I'm just trying to
satisfy curiousity and outgrow my limitations I, or anyone else might put on me. I want to be more, always more. Sometimes I think I should just be
purged from existance, but then in my limited knowledge I also think that may well be impossible.
"I" ( this is me as I think I know myself, i don't know if the conciousness of the universe has a say in this statement..
)... I appreciate
what you're trying to do... whatever YOU'RE intent is, it is educating.
But one thing that I find curious is you seem to present yourself forefully, and seem to think you are right, do you believe you are right? Do you
think you know the end all of a question? How do we know we can trust your opinion more then menguards? But you know what, It doesn't matter to me
any way, I only trust my own deep personal opinion, I take what I can from wherever I can and analyse it. I see menguard's opinions for one, as an
arrangement of thoughts and concepts that I can then analyse myself.
But one thing's for sure, I don't know anything
. But saying it is for sure is saying that I know I don't know anything!
You see the way
my thought's work! Like GOD, Why!? why universe, WHY?
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[edit on 12-12-2007 by CavemanDD]