Did anybody respond to your post ' Left Quality, Right Quality'? Was that because of its intellectual greatness? Or it being just the ramblings of another lost intellect? I will post in the manner that works for the conventional me and offers some interesting words from ZAMM, LILA or RMP. You are not an omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent mind-reader, but a fool.
"But they all get fooled because there's nothing to destroy but what's in their own mind. And so they destroy that and then they hate what's left and they call what's left, "Lila," and they hate Lila. But Lila isn't anybody. That's true. You don't believe it, but it's true."
On Feb 24, 2012, at 6:43 PM, 118 wrote:
> All I know about you is from the posts you deliver. Remember, you do
> not exist, so how can you care to begin with? You really do not make
> much sense sometimes. It seems like you present opinions without
> really believing in them. I suppose it is cute, but not much more
> outside of that. Oh, I forgot, this is the conventional you. What on
> God's Earth does that mean? I am not attacking you, just trying to
> make sense of what you present. It seems all over the place. Maybe
> if you wrote it in Greek it would make more sense to me.
> You presented a quote from Pirsig, and I asked why you presented it.
> Is such a thing not allowed in this forum without somebody getting
> aggressive? There is nothing personal about what I am asking. If
> you do not want a response, then why do you post? Is this your
> megaphone format? The Word According to Marsha?
> We are dealing in the intellect, not some egocentric passion. Go mud
> wrestling or something.
> Get a grip and be civil, I am not your husband.
> On 2/24/12, MarshaV <valkyr@att....> wrote:
>> I have never found you to be an omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent
>> mind-reader, and I care not a hoot for your verbose interpretation and
>> opinion, which has nothing to do with me.
>> On Feb 24, 2012, at 2:42 PM, 118 wrote:
>>> Yes Marsha,
>>> But then how do you explain the ECT treatment he underwent. Are you
>>> saying that Pirsig lived on a flat world. I can only deduce that such is
>>> what you mean by posting only this part. If not, then what do you mean?
>>> Sent laboriously from an iPhone,
>>> On Feb 24, 2012, at 10:16 AM, MarshaV <valkyr@att....> wrote:
>>>> "I think present-day reason is an analogue of the flat earth of the
>>>> medieval period. If you go too far beyond it you're presumed to fall off,
>>>> into insanity. And people are very much afraid of that. I think this fear
>>>> of insanity is comparable to the fear people once had of falling off the
>>>> edge of the world. Or the fear of heretics. There's a very close analogue
>>>> (ZAMM, Chapter 14)
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