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salem said on 07.27.2012
acody87 said on 08.08.2012
I think it is logical. If you remain objective.
Stone said on 07.30.2012
no, good story…but no..
Hellchylde said on 08.04.2012
Really?.. you’re right its a good STORY.. no need for you to be cynical about it. And anyways… how could you say no so quickly?.. I assume that you know all the secrets of life right? with all the fantastic things that real religions today claim that most people have no problem accepting. Yet, here, presented with this story, you act like this is ones beliefs and you are all ready to belittle them for it.
Mr. Arbiter said on 08.07.2012
Get off high existence stone. And come back when you have an open mind and realize you know nothing about anything. Then you can begin to learn.
dat_Goodfeeling said on 08.14.2012
Here you go stone! Here is a great quote that I believe, says a lot about ourselves.
“The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser men so full of doubts.” ― Bertrand Russell
IcepickCatfish said on 12.10.2013
Did you three notice how you basically said to Stone, “no…”? I realize that you said a little more than that, but perhaps Stone thought a little more than he said. In the end, perhaps he’s right. Again, perhaps he’s not; but realize how definite your beliefs are – just as definite as his. You may definitely believe that truth is relative, or you may definitely be unsure of what you believe. But realize that when you call someone ignorant for having a precisely defined belief, I wonder if you are not the one who is ignorant of the nature of belief?
Just a thought :)
snowowl said on 08.04.2012
That’s a fantastic perspective. Kind of what Neale Donald Walsch says, ‘we are all one’. Great story;-)
tixximmi said on 08.04.2012
As the Beatles said, I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together. Or Zappa, You are what you is. Or http://www.survivalbasictraining.com
Zulfikar Zaban said on 08.08.2012
This seems to be influenced by the Hindu Vedanta Philosophy…
masoninthesis said on 08.09.2012
I think this story hit it right on the head. Yeah, hope no one took this as a literal translation of what happens when you die, but the concept has always rung so true to me. A concept like this not only explains the beliefs of others, but it changes your whole relationship with others. It’s a friendship with yourself, god.
feather lady said on 08.10.2012
Great story. I went through EST many years ago and the concept was similar–we are really One, playing the ‘game of Life’. I like the twist at the end–takes it to a whole new level.
Breezy said on 08.12.2012
Samantha Rose Schaefer said on 08.13.2012
Amazing composition! Ignore all the bad comments. What you wrote is extremely possible. More likely than any traditional tale.
Taylor said on 08.14.2012
tinagayle said on 08.23.2012
I loved reading this story! Thanks.
paddywestcott said on 08.25.2012
There is noting to fear. I can only assume that those that aggressively undermine such a concept are so deeply engrossed in their individuality that they are afraid of such responsibility. Imagine if you took this on board, the next time you had an issue with someone you would very quickly witness the loss of aggression in yourself. that’s got to be good.
christina said on 08.26.2012
Wow just wow… Loved reading this…every single word of it. Especially since “I” wrote it at some point in my transition through human lives =-)
tj said on 09.22.2012
Fascinating thought process. Thanks.
The St. even said on 09.26.2012
I can’t tell you how many times the concept of this story has run across my mind. I’m a bit relieved to know I’m not the only one. No one really knows for sure, there are things out there that we just cannot comprehend.
Fortean said on 10.16.2012
For an interesting development along a similar theme, dealing with the nature of reality and consciousness, I’d recommend reading Thomas Campbell’s My Big TOE trilogy.
This is one of the reviews on Amazon:
WOW! So THIS is a Big TOE! My Big TOE – The Complete Trilogy This is a major piece of work. I thought relativity was a mind bender. I thought quantum mechanics was a mind bender. I thought religious science, philosophy and other big thoughts were mind benders. But nothing I’ve read so far has bent my view of reality as much as this idea. WOW! Read it slowly. Read it and test it. Read it and observe. BUT READ IT! You will not be disappointed, and if you are, read it again and set your beliefs and preconceived notions of reality aside. There is more here to think about than you may ever know in one life time on this crazy ride through the universe! Never before have I found an author more accessable or a scientific concept so personal. Science meets daily existance, as me! And You! Enjoy and Thank You Tom Campbell!
ebooks available, can be read for free on books.google.com, or at least used to be available.
Baggycat said on 10.17.2012
An interesting concept that chimes well with a book that I read recently. It made me think more about the concept of God and why we are here than anything else I’ve read in a long while… and it’s a novel, not a philosophical tome. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0091EP62I
Joseph said on 07.10.2013
read this stoned off my ass the first time, blew me away! then realized that your incarnations are not limited to this planet alone, and that there are endless amounts of other planets and civilizations to incarnate on. FUCK! maybe… or maybe i was just really high, silly :P
gman said on 08.07.2013
This is one of the best things I’ve read in a long time, the wholeness of experiencing every single thought, feeling every emotion, the lowest and the highest is truly to me what makes a god. I also like to think that this is true and the guy who wrote it was actually the one person meant to remember that encounter and share it with the world, remembering it on a subconcious level and pulling it out of the ether of a creative mind.
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