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Old 01-30-2010, 05:04 PM
Pruner Man Pruner Man is offline
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ill always found it strange to label an creator with human thoughtstuctures
There are numerous adaptations and changes made to the christian bible, all claiming to have to one truth.

I dont need a bible to know right from wrong, I listen to the voice within.
The creator is all around us, in every entity, substance and plant
Awake sleeper-the heart is deceitful above all things- you need to know what God did for you in the Bible and in actuality through Christ.
The Creator's handiwork is all around us- no one has an excuse as to His existence but we are commanded to know what he has done for us through Christ- He bought our salvation.
Ignore that fact to your peril.
He said 'you shall know the truth[ Christ] and the truth shall make you free' -if you accept that gift.
To not accept that offer is to reject your greatest need - fellowship with God.

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Old 01-31-2010, 10:29 PM
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I help manage them.

LOL!
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Old 02-14-2010, 10:47 AM
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This thread originally started from a post by Algebra. To do with a state of
freedom.

There isn't likely a "pure" state that you could be, in that would be seen as
having freedom in yourself, being, are. Algebra, didn't outright say "pure",
but that appears to be "what" was looked for. (?)

There are all kinds of "states" around that one could be seen in. Past, present
and no doubt future. Someone that is not one of these people referred to
would not really have a voice in "how" it can be seen for them.

It would all have to be in relation to your perspective of the here and now,
as one there in that position.

You could see yourself "bound" and not free. You could also see yourself
"bound" and be free of your "binds". It would be in your "relating" your now
to yourself, one way or the other.

The result would be: you see yourself not free OR you see yourself free.
Wouldn't be subject to anothers' opinion from somewhere else or even there.
Would be "how" you and you alone see it.
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Old 02-14-2010, 11:06 AM
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This thread got away from it's original post.

Outright there were stands taken by most posters seeing themselves as in the "right" on an issue to do with incest. Going the: that's that way on the matter
Failing to simply "comprehend" what Algebra was relating to them.

The discourse appeared to have fallen victim to "closed-mindedness".

Unfortunate.
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Old 02-14-2010, 11:13 AM
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Later on in this thread the "referring" to what freedom is, got taken to the
workplace. Straightway minumum wage-earners were taken up with thier
meager earnings as being something like slave labour.

You posters seemed to have a "sensitive" spot for such posts in such way.

My posts in this thread are my "minds' worth" from having read this thread.
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Old 08-10-2010, 09:01 AM
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Did you mean illusion?

FYI, jane doe.

If you believe that freedom is an illusion; you should then be intelligent enough to know that without freedom, slavery exists.
there is a state of bardo as well. I know of the word allusion, but do not see the word illusion.
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Old 08-11-2010, 08:20 AM
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I suggest you look above at your comment and you will see the word ILLUSION.
It's not true in your case.
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Old 08-14-2010, 04:27 AM
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If you're a low wage earner in the States it may well look like you're just some form of exploited slave. The situation in the US is far worse than the UK because the economy is geared so differently. The way the economy is managed in the US is just asking for more and more exploitation of 'wage-slaves'.

Its just so common for people in the US, and this can include people in the middle-class as well, to find themselves with not enough money to pay the monthly bills and being forced to work weekends and at nights. Despite the American Dream many US citizens not only don't own their own home but are forced to live in trailer parks.

However I think the full extent of wage-slavery is actually far worse than this and far more insidious.

There is a huge amount of pressure on children at school to become socially useful units of society and this 'socialist-like' programming is at the complete expense of the individual. They teach children how to be respectful of their so-called betters and in this regard they become regimented. They also instil a sense of unquestioning social compliance.

Governments at the end of the day don't seem to care about individuals and their proper development, all that matters is that the limited funds of tax payers money were well spent and that they got their money's worth.
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Old 08-14-2010, 08:10 AM
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Working weekends and nights is a 'slavery' trait??
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Old 08-14-2010, 10:23 AM
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Working weekends and nights is a 'slavery' trait??
Yes, wage-slavery.

Apart from, that is, wearing iron manacles and have lash marks on your back of course.
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