Re: Debunking Synchronicity (was: Debunk All Religiosity Equally (D.A.R.E.)

From: Amara Graps (
Date: Thu Jul 12 2001 - 08:59:45 MDT

Probably my message to J.R. should have been private. I know I was
angry, and actually my message didn't convey what I wanted to at

To the hard-core deconstructionists out there, I suggest going out
and playing music or dancing or using some other means to turn off
your deconstructionalist tendencies. Please remember that we have
different value systems, different 'true' and 'untrue', different
experiences and so on. I don't agree that deconstructing the world
with science yields all answers possible. There are other ways to
learn and discover too.

Can you tell me that you know all that is in your subconscious? Do
you learn from everything you can of what's around you? Have you
used every tool that seems useful in order to know? Do you find joy
and wonder and wisdom in what's around you?

Lee was originally asking questions for definitions, so I did my
absolute best to find words (which mostly don't exist) to explain
some perspectives. He or J.R. can choose to accept it or not, and
ask questions to try to understand the different perspectives
better, but I must say that I was horrified and very dissapointed to
hear the immediate knee-jerk condemnations "False" that my way to try
to see what was in my subconscious to gain wisdom, be open to learn from
my environment, trying to bring me to a higher awareness with what
life had to offer me. I don't find it 'false' at all that life has
a richness that I can't explain, and I'm doing my best to explore it
and learn about it in every way available to me.

If my tools of discovery aren't your tools, then so what? I don't
like all of your tools either, nor does your way of 'discovering'
the world appeal to me (I see it as dry, rigid and not very fun,
to be honest), but I don't label your way as "False".



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"Whenever I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the
future of the human race." -- H. G. Wells

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