Re: virus: the shine of enlightenment

Jim (
Thu, 4 Feb 1999 08:16:23 -0600

Richard do you really believe this?
>But Reed IS talking to her from a higher plane, and I think most of us here
>can see that. It doesn't do any good to pretend you're not enlightened when
>you are.
This is your true feeling. I do believe that most of us can agree also that unless those that are enlightened learn to communicate in a reasonable and accessible manner they stand to be labeled as I have left this blank go ahead fill it in your selves.I imagine that some of you will find it enjoyable.
When one is enlightened it means their pocket book has been relieved of its contents. It is also by far easier to take, run,play, a smart intellectually large person than a common person. Why is this true? Anyone.

Best Wishes

>At 09:53 AM 2/3/99 -0500, you wrote:
>>>>>No, I don't think you're anything like that. I think you're a very
>>>>>hearted person trying to help people around you. The other stuff is
>>>>>a protective shell you don't need anymore.
>>>Somebody get me a bucket.
>>Why is it so hard for you to believe I mean that?
>I believe you mean the things you said, I think you were being very
>sincere. What's more, I agree with most of the things you said.
>But rather than simply presenting your points, you take the role of the
>enlightened messiah, sent from the wilderness to teach her the error of her
>ways. It's pretentious, sanctimonious. It's as though you're talking to
>her from a higher plane. And it *really* bugs me because I often do the
>same thing.
>If you disagree with her, say that you do, and give your reasons. Don't
>try to save her soul. Unless, of course, you're interested in starting
>your own religion.