May 27, 2006 at 3:55 pm #14496
Now that I’m pretty sure that you are a man, as I originally thought, I am anxious to hear your response to what I wrote in response to what you said about men.
It was an energizing eductional experience to go from thinking of you as a man, up till Plato concluded swayingly that you were a woman because of the way you phrased things in that last message, to finding out that you are male (again). My way of writing changed when I thought I was addressing a woman, even though the content would not have had I thought I was addressing a man.
-AlexanderMay 28, 2006 at 3:52 pm #14497
Glad you responded, PH. I know you are alright, but I don’t agree with you in your conclusion-making process. I think you are harboring a little pain in the form of cynicism, not terribly heavy, but just enough to make your feelings for what we are all going thru, the struggles of earth living, turn bad.
I always feel the compunction to help restore balance and peace and it leads me to write the way I do. I am never saying that I, myself, don’t have pain, either. I do. But what I have learned is that to feel the pain and to refrain from making negative conclusions from within the pain about how things can be is most important. We can’t let the shit of the world sour our beingness!
“And no, love has not been offered. How can it be, without bodies, on a screen?”
When I first read this statement I was surprised and then I laughed because I can feel a deeper part of you that doesn’t believe this at all.
Love can be exchanged, or just given, even if refused, without proximity of form. I am not on a screen. Neither are you. We are both here on earth in a field of lifeforce, talking. Love IS.
I have another thought. This is what I do myself when I feel like what you have described you’re feeling.
When I feel like I’m talking to a wall when I’m trying to get something across to others who apparently are resisting, AND, it really bugs me that they don’t hear me, I conclude that I am experiencing my own resistance to something and that it’s being reflected by them. Then I go into the most acceptance of whatever I am experienceing I can. I smile at it all. I ask for Help to resolve it. I let it go.
Practice, practice, practice…
Lots of love across the screen,
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