Aug 31, 1995 06:48 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
> >To me, the whole idea of an "objective reality" is a totally
> >human abstraction, for, as individuals - this is the important
> >bit folks - we are all *subject* to LAW, and thus incapable
> >either individually of collectively of total "objectivity" - so
> >even if there is such as thing as "objective reality" or
> >"objective truth" we are constitutionally incapable of
> >recognising it, as the human condition is relative to
> >environment and context.
> I'd agree that our so-called objective reality is a human
> abstraction, but that we are subject to law.
But that law
> is the consequence of life itself.
Whatever we do affects
> others, including the spiritual ecosystem of the multiplane
> earth, and there will be a natural reaction. That reaction
> is the consequences of our act. The "law" is a description
> of the behavior of things, stating that when we do a certain
> action there will be a typical (often predictible) reaction.
> -- Eldon
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