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18 June 2013 - 02:28 AM"This post is hidden because you have chosen to ignore posts by RiseOfTheGuardians . View it anyway?"
It is tempting to view your posts in a thread I'm interested in, yes. I thought that there might be a chance that you are more interested in talking about Smashing Pumpkins and other Corgan projects than you are in posting your alleged spiritual wisdom. Good to know I was wrong.
Maybe it is just because you didn't understand yet what is Smashing Pumpkins' matter? Is it possible?
15 June 2013 - 06:21 AMI find that you have a great idea Linda. From what we feel, it seems a really good place to be, having a good vibe in it. Chicagoans, you're the ones building the spirit of this place, you're conscious of it? You're priviledged to live near, happy for you. :happy:/>
10 June 2013 - 09:49 AMBilly did you dress in the dark?
I understand your viewpoint Cheryl. We cannot say that Billy is advantaging himself in matter of clothing ;-) I was fascinated by the way he was expressing his views largely (everywhere: on the stage, in music, ...) and I falsely believed it was particular to him but not, we are, everyone, expressing who we are, all the time. Probably what he was expressing found me. I was happy to find someone thinking this.
What I see, and it is really just my opinion on that, he is expressing "I don't care about what everyone could think about me" It's the obvious view but... in another way, I believe he is also saying us "Be careful to express your own opinion not only what the fashion is currently saying to wear". What we wear also expresses who we are. Billy expresses (in my view) the will to be independent of thoughts. I so appreciate the elegance of these thoughts.
26 May 2013 - 04:46 AMThe most usual things everybody does every day. We have opinion about everything. It doesn't mean it is the truth but it is the expression of what we see and hear. Just like you said yourself about my expression. The best way to reduce the misinterpretation is to speak about our different viewpoints. Not a big deal.
24 March 2013 - 11:13 AMSo many people are not only wrong but they are actually mentally sick. They either lack the ability to reason or to feel compassion or empathy etc... So I actually don't think it does them any good to swim around in their delusions trying to get people to listen to them.
I'll give you an example. The meteor that exploded over Russia recently. The very next day there were conspiracy theories on youtube and around the web about it actually being a nuclear missile fired by the US and the meteor explanation was just a cover up. I don't know where people even come up with this stuff unless they are truly delusional and in that case I don't think anyone should listen to them except for a psychologist who can possibly help them regain their grip on reality.
For everyone's life (and beyond), we have many stages to live. As community (a large one), if we don't acknowledge the right to everyone expressing their soul's depth, it will go outside in the universe anyway. If we want diminish the despair expressed in dark ways, we have to accept hearing it. I believe Internet offers to the wold a way to save itself. Yes. Because it offers a platform to express their inner voice. When the darker voice is freed, we are able to listen the light in every one.
I have people in my extended family who are really weird in some parts of their being. They are easily influenced by these kind of full of fear type of discourse. But they aren't just that. The one I'm thinking is really the best father he can be. He is really generous and humble.
It is the price to pay right now to see them regenerate hopefully and ready to see other things in the world. We have to have compassion for our fellow human beings in the world. You see what I mean?
QuoteYou have people who just sit at home and think that they can divine the truth out of thin air arguing with Scientists and Doctors who study reliable information for years and years in order to get a better understanding of what is true.
Who's more likely to be correct about the cause of an explosion from a meteor or the effects of climate change or the dangers of vaccines and fluoride or whatever the question may be?
As a scientific myself I highly value the scientific work but we live in the same world so everyone's viewpoint is valid in the analyze of it. We cannot forget someone behind.
QuoteSure everybody is entitled to their opinion but if you are looking for reliable truthful information, you have to weed through a massive amount of bologna from people who are just flat out wrong. I don't know that it helps to give each and every person's opinion, no matter how informed, the time of day.
I believe we have to take information for what it is conveying. Scientists bring the reflexion of the mind that I appreciate so much. But the information of how the life is lived or the information coming from the heart is also a scientific important information. To see beyond the beyond. To see what is uniting us together.