Re: theos-l digest: December 14, 1999 - Alan
Dec 15, 1999 03:55 PM
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> Date: Wednesday, December 15, 1999 7:37 AM
> From: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: theos-l digest: December 14, 1999 - Alan
> Alan wrote:
> >So, yes, the finger of the wise points towards compassion, but the
> >majority of humans still go in other directions.
> I guess what it boils down to for me is that I HAVE to believe in that
> "spark" of divinity that is said to be within everything - and I am
> to admit that if I am seeing something that is not there, which may be
> true, that I have freely chosen to believe in a false god.
I think I know what you mean here. I am not only convinced that the
"spark" of divinity is within everything, but would assert (I cannot
prove it) that I have experienced it. It is, if you will, a "true" god -
but largely ingored.
> If I lose my hope, I fear I shall die and not just physically.
> >I guess that's our next life dumped.
> I don't understand what you mean here. Although I am aware our banter
> about the next life scenario is just having fun, my viseral reaction
> your above statement is that I am being "dumped" because I disagreed
> you. Please tell me I am wrong. . .even if you have to lie.
You are wrong, and I don't have to lie. Having spoken mt mind rather
strongly, I feared I might have offended you beyond hope of redemption.
Please tell me *I* am wrong ...
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