Socrates said life is a sickness and the only cure for that is death. Also Buddha said life is full of pain and the cure for that pain is meditation. But Nietzsche admired life and said life is miserable only for slaves and humble people. He said, noblemen say if this is life, why not to live it once more! Who do you support? Why? What’s your rationale?
I just woke from a forgotten dream and saw everything differently. I realized my apathy, my moroseness, my perversity, my many flaws. Bizarre. Does a “retarded” person realize they are “retarded?” Do we live in a cocoon of self-delusion, never realizing what we are, how others see us, whatever truths there may be about ourselves? As I returned to wakefulness, I began to lose this thread of thought, but am struggling now to voice it. If this means anything to anyone out there, please help me, I need to figure this out.
I have absolutely no doubt at all that Crowley was evil. But why is it that he has been called the most evil man ever? Yes, I know about his “revelatory” experience in Egypt and Thelema. But do not Hitler and Stalin, among hundreds of others, surpass Crowley in their nefariousness? I gather that he must have had some bodies buried underneath the Boleskin house. Is this so?
I’m not talking about auditory hallucinations common with schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders. I have had a unqiue experience this week – three separate times, and each time the person confirmed that s/he had been thinking what I heard but had not actually spoken. I don’t think it’s clairaudience, because that is defined as hearing messages from the spirit world. But this has to have a name. Anyone know what it is? (Powered by Yahoo Answers)