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from Kelly - Monday, April 16, 2007
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from Kelly
Monday, April 23, 2007 - 12:26

Speaking of surprise…and random-ness....WOW!!! Holy Fuck! What a bazaar life I live..seems like a dream...every day I wake up and wonder what is to come. And even when I secretly expected it I am surprised and wonder how I knew or how you knew...
Maybe this does something for ya like it does for me...
From the Sundays (4/22/07) N.Y Times –Possibly, Maybe--The Black Swan

Once I allowed myself to be open-- prepared for it, it God damn never stops. It truly is amazing… I see and remember my dreams everywhere and I am speechless…

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from Kelly
Friday, April 20, 2007 - 17:29


Speaking of stuff I like, here's the title movie I watched last night: The Science of Sleep

..I thought it was pretty cool--the same director of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless mind
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from madly
Thursday, April 19, 2007 - 15:42

I second Kelly with her recommendation… it is a great book and gives one plenty to contemplate, as well as an interesting new perspective on being open to your own views and ideas, going against the grain or creating a new and unique ‘grain’ indigenous only to oneself, one’s views, ideas and personal contribution that can be added if one would dare to create and go with their naturally instilled unique outlook on life, beauty, art, and more than anything oneself; how we can be our very own living artistic creation.

“The creative is found in anyone who is prepared for surprise.” I have found so much truth to this idea… expecting or being aware of all that is going on around you and the surprises that will inevitably come when least expected and not only allowing them, but encouraging yourself to let them take you along for the journey; feeling excited about what it is you might just discover. The very concept of one being open to such events, unplanned experiences, and/or outlooks is thrilling to me and makes life a little more stimulating and mysterious.

I find it so important for one to find and protect their own originality… to never lose their own unique outlook or ideas, because for every person that decides to just go along with whatever everyone else thinks or sees, we lose one original piece that could have added extra beauty or a special unique quality to the world that is forever lost because they conformed to the traditional sense of how they should be or view things.

To have a new perspective you have to be willing to take a step back and view things from a distance. “Therefore, poets do not “fit” into society, not because a place is denied them but because they do not take their “places” seriously.” I think most of us, because of our past and because of the way we don’t actually feel completely ‘a part” or maybe never fully ‘fit’ into ‘normal’ society, gives us an edge, a way of viewing things on a deeper or at least a more honest level, because we can step back and view it from a far and see it clearer because we aren’t as close or familiar to it. We haven’t been completely blinded to our new way of living with a clear cut cookie cutter image of how we should go about life and view the world. In a strange way this gives us a perfect advantage on new ways of viewing life, creative ideas, evolved understanding, and a full original way of thinking and living that others may never achieve.
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From Kelly
Friday, April 20, 2007, 10:54

There you go on surprising me again and surprise is wonderful! I find so much comfort, joy and excitement and wonder in the idea of surprise and possibility...something I have been thinking a lot of lately and want to always thinking about.
If you haven't already seen it, a great movie/documentary about Infinite possibilities and realities etc:
What the beep do we know? –If one is prepared for surprise it’s a guaranteed epiphany! …or your money back :-)
So ....Lets talk about....
….Quantum Physics ….
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From JohnnieWalker
Friday, April 20, 2007, 11:35

I saw that documentary. The subject matter is absolutely fascinating, but I question some of the sources--JZ Knight (who claims to be a channel for Ramtha: in particular.

I find the brain and its capabilities and functions absolutely riveting. I guess having grown up in an overly spiritualized environment where everything had an abstract and arbitrary spiritual reason for it gives me a fonder appreciation for the logical, scientific fact that any human reaction and experience is entirely chemically induced.

I still can't decide on whether I want to be a psychologist or brain surgeon when I grow up. :P(reply to this comment

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