at1with0 wrote:none of us is god
but god is one of us
Came through yesterday.
This came in today:
It's like we're creating real life.
That reminds me of that creepy disturbing mark twain mysterious stranger dude who could make life out of clay.
This potentially-disturbing video is what I'm talking about. It's interesting that clay begets clay, life begets life, yet life is the animating force there. I like to go over stuff we've written since not only do I forget what we write, I forget that I wrote. Maybe it's a processing glitch that I sometimes don't recall everything all at once.
The abstractness and oddly eerie feeling I get from the "angel" who calls himself Satan in the video is something I had encountered before seeing this, yet I never attributed to it notions of morality. To it, it is only a display to convey a message, to cut Twain down and shrink him to a point, a center of sorts from which only expansion is possible.
The seed thought that kicked off my journey in earnest was that the universe is just a point, which would mean everything is connected literally in being all one. I don't take that to be literal any longer; I think the thought served me for a time. I tried writing a letter to John Nash (a beautiful mind) as I was reaching. reaching for what I didn't know other than this mysterious and at times elusive thing called truth.
Very rarely does one get to meet the author of their story.
In this case, the author (Twain) of Sawyer's story is physically separate though all this is in Twain's head...
Of course, half the words coming out of the mysterious stranger's mouth is a lie or half of the truth.http://www.alphaomegadimension.info/pub ... ranger.wmv
After Job lost nearly everything in his life he responded by saying that the LORD gives and the LORD takes away. He followed this profound statement by praising the name of God.