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Holden

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Beneath the threshold of lies the Will. What is on the surface? Why the representations/Ideas.Of what ? Of the Will.
In such a scenario,there is very little one can do. All one can and must do is to endure time,endure"being".


The only goal which I could think of for this life is to ensure that one does not procreate. Everything else is rather meaningless.
To endure time,to endure being,is the key point,why carry unnecessary baggage around?



P.S.Senor Raul,its very good to see you again.I hope that you are well in Paraguay.
Please  take care of your eyes & diabetes. As for the people,my only suggestion would be to avoid them as much as possible.
La Tristesse Durera Toujours                                  (The Sadness Lasts Forever ...)
-van Gogh.

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raul

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Herr Holden,
Thank you also for your response. I am reading some of your comments. Very enlightening. That“s why your colleagues at work find you disturbing. A person like you thinking deeply is a menace. Your place clearly is not in an office but living as a hermit like those early Christians in Egypt, meditating and writing. Once again, thank you for taking the time to read my lines. Take care. Raśl

Holden

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Thank you for your response Senor Raul. I do wish you wrote more often.When people torment me I try to see them as manifestations of an impersonal force(Will). Just a thought which helps me to cope with adverse circumstances.
Keep well.

La Tristesse Durera Toujours                                  (The Sadness Lasts Forever ...)
-van Gogh.

raul

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Herr Holden,
Thank you for your words. I don“t have the capacity to think deeply as you and Hentrich. "To endure being and to endure time", you say. You write the truth but for many a very acid truth.   I wish I could read like you and Hentrich many years ago but I lacked probably brain maturity. Specially maturity to realize that we are, like the title of the movie, in the Matrix.Each day is a battle against existential horror. One of these days I am going to tell those who mock me that I am asexual, from a planet where we have no idea of organized society and above all where money and death hold no terror. Also I am going to tell them I am a slave of a higher order and them a lesser order like microbes. Those who mock me think they are good and that they are doing good for the common good. "Storm of the Century"is a movie I saw many years ago and in one scene a sort of evil wizzard,Andre Linoge(played by Colm Feore) says about the good neighbors to Constable Mike: "The good is an illusion. Little fables folks tell themselves so they can get through their days without screaming too much". Yes,them good people, me bad people. Please take care of yourself. Raśl

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The good is an illusion
« Reply #4 on: March 24, 2017, 11:53:09 pm »
As far as I am concerned Senor Raul,you are a 1000 times better than most of them as you have not procreated and all the movies you have told me about are very profound.

Please keep well in Paraguay & do keep writing.
La Tristesse Durera Toujours                                  (The Sadness Lasts Forever ...)
-van Gogh.

raul

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Herr Holden,
Thank you for your response. To bring a human being into this human farm/prison is really tragic but we human beings are good at justifying this madness. We are with amnesia. The Earth is a prison but few can understand this. We become slaves and this fact is very unpleasant to cope with so we are "entertained" with religion, money, sex, jobs, and wars by the puppet masters. Religion is necesssary to keep us distracted and that“s why we have pilgrimages, miracles, the sacred books and rituals. And also wars are good to keep us in line as well as jobs. Like in a war with soldiers, I see many office workers wearing their uniforms,that is, well polished shoes, well ironed pants, shirts and ties with their names printed in a badge. They salute their bosses every day and then get on with their work from Monday to Friday, if you are lucky because most work until Saturdays. Every time I do some paperwork I can see the office people with their faces drained, little energy and enthusiasm. But if you feel down, you have the after office in a pub or bar with your fellow coworkers. and if that“s not enough, you have TV, soccer, Mass in church if you are Catholic. If you can, listen to the Godfathers with their song "Birth, School, Work ,Death". Once again, take care of yourself. Raśl 

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That is a great song, Senor Raul!  (Birth, School, Work, Death by the Godfathers)

Your attitude is on point.

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