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The Daily Walk with Miracles
This is about changing yourself into the mutually aware
“Self” that is a shared One-ness. Escape
the logical straight-jacket of your selfish egoism.
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Escaping the Straight Jacket
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The Daily Walk with Miracles, April 24, 2017, by Paul Evans, (email email@example.com). Video is a Mix (playlist) based on Boy George’s Karma Chameleon. Happy Monday everyone, I thank God for all you good people, working hard so that I can deal with my issues and blog for you, God Bless you kind folks. In the name of Christ, Amen.
ESCAPING THE STRAIGHT JACKET OF SOCIETY’S LOGICAL SLAVERY: This is about changing yourself into the mutually aware “Self” that is a shared One-ness. I was walking our dog Arby this morning when I realized there was a limitation in my logic I had not quite escaped yet. I am lonely this morning without anyone to chat with as yet, and I thought about how hard it is for us “yuppies” or to a lesser extent maybe us hippies to find a date, which reminded me of a Euell Gibbons book, “Stalking the Wild Blue-Eyed Scallop,” ($3 plus shipping Amazon paperback). I think this book, like one of Jesus parables, speaks at more than one level, it’s the nature of a parable, a metaphor for something else. My reproach to God was, “you coulda made it easier…” His answer was “not and given you free will, I couldn’t.” Everything is limited by the logic of everything. Part of the problem is that society concentrates on making you self-conscious. That’s because they teach you early on that “it’s not things, it’s the appearance of things too.”
Actually that’s dead wrong. To escape this problem, you should not think about yourself, not consider your “self,” your ego, at all. (Especially this is true to the extent you have given yourself up to your neocortical mind, and if you are well-directed. In the mind that is your true Self, you are in a situation of limitlessness) It is our ego which pins us into the logic of society. Don’t consider your self at all, just live your life, Do the things you do, let it be about “der ding an sich,” as the Germans say. Do not be conscious of yourself, basically at all, be conscious but aware and still. Be genuine and good. If you have something on your mind which is something from your past, an issue to settle, settle it rapidly, it will not trouble you again. It is to BE, rather than to be your self. BTW girls, I SMOKE. Non-negotiably. (I’ll have one place for me, my computer and my ashtray, and we’ll keep each other company…. hopefully with a sexy Linux Mint user right at my side, lol)
See Band “New”: The Jesus Model, The Daily Walk with Miracles, April 20, 2016, by Paul Evans. Ask yourself, “what does Love require of me.” Make it habitual to behave in the ways you should and then you may not consider your self as much at all. These are “the beautiful people,” if Christian and well-directed. (It has nothing to do with looks or money….)
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