reply to post by BLKMJK
Morality is a given friend. We all should be courteous enough to help our neighbor when we can, and to hold the door open for someone. We all will
make bad decisions, and we all with face them within our own hell that we create from our bad decisions.
I've been wondering for a few years now if deja vu is a "checkpoint" like you said, or could it be that we are just reliving our lives, and are
making the same mistakes again and again until we get it right. The latter suggests that deja vu is like a warning to change direction in life. To
start thinking wisely and being the best person you can be.
I believe that time is somewhat linear, so no I don't believe we are reliving our lives over and over again, I believe we are living a life and we
are determining where that road ends each life we life. Except now, the time and game is up and the universe has other plans in store for this planet,
in my opinion, so we need to jump the gun and get the game started, our game, the game in us.
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reply to post by OneLife
If you believe in yourself(which you do, you're just not sure how to use it I don't think) and I won't be the only person on this conscious
collective called ATS inspiring minds lost in the maze.
reply to post by tombangelta
Gotta love Bill.
reply to post by LadyTrick
Think of it as looking at a poll, you have certain options to pick, which one are you picking and what would you like to pick?
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reply to post by mespen
Maybe when I'm ready I won't have to think about bending spoons?
reply to post by gabby2011
What's worse, having your future written out for you or making it yourself?
reply to post by caladonea
Can you explain what love feels like? Sure, you can try, but it's something most of us know, and the word alone is enough to initiate the idea of
what it feels like.
reply to post by mysticnoon
I believe that the mind is synonymous with the spirit/soul, they exist in unison. The mind is simply a physical conduit to the individuality we have
reply to post by wavemaker
Precisely. But at any given moment there is always another Neo, my friend, and sometimes he or she just needs a push in a better direction.
reply to post by Lovepeace20
I'm ecstatic to hear that you and many others have been on this journey, it means that I am not alone, and while I've had the good inkling that I
haven't been, it's really crappy to not know anyone else in real life that can begin to comprehend the level of "enlightenment" I write about.
Stay on the path, and oh - big tip, you know how sometimes it may almost become scary, you feel like you don't want to push any further into the
depths of enlightenment, and how you think you cant "multi-task" and be enlightened and be a normal, proactive member in society at the same time?
Well it's a crock, and it's another deterrent from keeping minds enlightened. You can multi-task, and you can be enlightened, believe, know, and go
to work/school and do everything all at the same time, you just have to combat the fear.\
reply to post by rwfresh
I may have the natural ability to lead, friend, but we all do. It's self-centered to believe that only I can wake other people up. Because once
enough people are woken up, the others will just follow. Kind of how when I go into a grocery store, no one's there and 5 minutes later it's filled.
Law of attraction, my friend. Plus it's lonely out there and I hate being the only one around who has a slight guess at what I'm doing.
reply to post by superluminal11
You're the key buddy....
reply to post by violet
Posted it as a introduction, but it wasn't autobiographical enough for the mods.
reply to post by grey580
Couldn't of said it better myself.
reply to post by Amaterasu
I will read them ASAP. Glad you can agree with some of what I say.
reply to post by Hr2burn
Well obviously you didn't get bit by a radioactive spider! Come on man, I thought we all knew this.
reply to post by fleabit
If you could go back, would you really want to?
reply to post by jaydeePNW
Thirteenth floor, eh? Well, we might as well make the best of it.
reply to post by SteveR
I gave people something to relate to, there's nothing wrong with that.