Tuesday, July 24, 2007

I may start this again, post more on a limited basis. Time has always been crucial for me though. Nothing discouraging me more than to see my time off from work dissipate into the night, and little has been accomplished. I am just interested in far too many things, but at least those things are all related. Most people wouldn't agree with me, and they seem to get a lot done in their lives, whereas I never seem to get anything accomplished. But to accomplish what I want, I would have to spend several hours a day practicing Tai Chi, then three to five hours meditating. then three to five studying the I Ching, then three to five studying esoteric spirituality. By the way, I ran into an interesting site the other day, which I think I will list here, that speaks of how the Bible is not to be taken literally. Check this website out, for example. http://www.hiddenmeanings.com/crucifixion.html

I haven't finished reading it by the way, but it looks like it has a lot of potential.

Well, anyway. Time! How it disgusts me. I wish I had a button, I could push the button and the work day would be suddenly over, all the work done, and I would be home or wherever doing my real work. The work that is important but you don't get paid for. Then when I am doing my real work, I could press the button, and time would stop, except that I could still do things, like study and practice.

What is life really all about anyway? I am listening right now to a near death experience researcher on coast to coast who is talking about life reviews and a learning immediately after death, (clinical death) just what our life purpose really is. This goes back to my earlier posts in which I discussed repeatedly that we are all one. I am you and you are me, and there is no getting away from it. So whatever I do to you, I do to myself. Yes, I know, many people are not convinced, but, well, you WILL be. Sooner or later. Why are we here on earth? Jesus said, "and this is my commandment, that ye love one another."


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