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Allbeit (M, 37)
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    From Allbeit
    There is no heaven or hell
    From AsylumSeaker
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    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.
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    Stop touching the tuning pegs on gods lute
    Show me matter that isn't changing, transforming, or withering away. Is there anything eternal about matter, does it ever remain changeless? Are birth and death just part of the transformation of matter? It's interesting that mankind has always felt deep inside that amidst these changing manifestations, must reside an immortal, changeless, infinite, all pervading something that is more like a nothing yet is everything. This has always been called god. People have tried to describe god, but they did it from a matter point of view and thus have misunderstood and confused themselves about the whole of reality. we are seldom tuned to it consciously, all the while it has always been perfectly tuned, our ears hear the right note, but our mind plays a game with us and says, that note is out of tune, and that the note doesn't even fit in with the whole song. Why bother critiquing the song or the note in the first place? The very act of critiquing is the untuned note, and that's all you ever here if you go on critiquing every object your senses fall upon. Stop trying to tune existence, its already tuned, all you have to do is stop touching the tuning pegs on gods lute as he performs the universe. Being one with the song without any critique, and your note will be heard by the grandest of all ears, your own.

    written by: Alex Bodnar



    Painting by Alex Bodnar

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    shiftctrlesc     Tue, Mar 23, 2010  Permanent link
    God is a verb.
    Our brittle language cracks
    and crumbles at the thought.
    (Is atheism a revolt against God,
    or the unwitting protest against
    god being turned into a noun?)
    weather     Tue, Mar 23, 2010  Permanent link
    Stop trying to tune existence, its already tuned, all you have to do is stop touching the tuning pegs on gods lute as he performs the universe.


    Beautiful!
     
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