reply to post by tribewilder
Tell me how is it to help someone without feeling anything at all?
There is an action for sure but no thought on it. But it's an action and it has an outcome.
For example you take a walk on the stars, you see a plantet full of craters but you have no idea of destruction of creativity, you only see the
craters, you are an entity, what is going on your mind in that moment?
Does fire consume or is it just a definition?
Is there an action besides the definition in a separate way, I would say yes.
Simply put if there is a wall in front of me and I try to walk further in front, the wall will stop me. I don't have to define the wall to stop me do
I don't have to think of it, and I have to say, I will stop in the wall not because I think the wall will stop me or not because that's just the way
it is. I have to say I'm a rock traveling so I have no feelings, but I will stop.
I took a look at the ice and I wondered why it's so cold then it soon changed as it melted in my "head" not hand, and I told my self, it's just a
trick of the mind.
Did it melt in your hand or in your head?
I would say blolth, it would melt in your hand even if you were a lifeless corpse, you being alive involves your preception of that event besides the
action that will hapen regardless if you are around or not.
Action and definition are two separate things.
I would like to get in to this, there are two things, two worlds, a material one and the one of the mind. Where logic makes sence and the material
where brute actions happen where negativity and positivity turns in to real actions. Power of the thought can't influence objects, just action will
as it is a material world, I think you are trying to glue those two in to one.
But one can exist without the other, there is no connection unless you get involved. If you let things flow they will function without you getting
invlolved. Natural events occur without involvment. Does a tree grow leafs because I think the tree should grow leafs or because I have a definition
For a fact random events are there to show us that definition has no effect
on actions. We refuse to see some things so we call them dark, black non existant, define non existance...well it's black, dark and so on.
And nothing is what as in definition?
It's black, dark ?
Does nothing exist?
[edit on 14-11-2009 by pepsi78]