Get off your ass
Jul 11, 1996 05:58 PM
by Ann E. Bermingham
>So to anyone who asks me, I say don't believe anything I say, don't believe
>anything Buddha is reported to have said, don't ever believe anything a Xian
>says ever, don't believe what Crowley said, you won't have to worry about
>believing what Krishnamurti said because you'll never figure it out (even he
>didn't know what he was talking about half the time, I'm willing to bet),
>don't believe anything. Get off your ass and start looking for yourself.
>It's out there. We don't know what it is until we run into it and when we
>do we can't describe it anyway, so good luck.
This must be the "everything you know is wrong" philosophy. Betcha you could
start a really good movement around that.
Trust no one. The truth is out there. . . Sound like the beginning of a show on
American television about some guy chasing UFOs and psychic phenomena.
But unfortunately, the writers forget about the "get off your ass part".
Perhaps ALL the writers that came after the above mentioned holy figures forgot
about that part. Or whoever was paying them told them to forget it.
BTW, Mr. Heretic, are you by chance going to be at the Annual Meeting?
- Ann E. Bermingham
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