Re: [msal-tech] Global Mind Link NOT totalitarian collective

From: Smigrodzki, Rafal (SmigrodzkiR@MSX.UPMC.EDU)
Date: Wed Oct 24 2001 - 12:17:12 MDT

Anders wrote:

But if these rotting logs are amazing environments allowing us to
fullfill our potential and striving, does it really matter? I don't
think having humanity as number one for all eternity is a particularly
important goal - it reeks of mammalian territoriality. What really
matters is what we can get out of a situation, and if some other
entities can get even more out of it but we still do wonderfully, then I
think that is a win-win situation.

Of course, we should never abandon our ambition to become greater, but
there may be many different directions of greatness.

### I agree with you. And I am not so very afraid of being marginalized by
the powers to come - I would hope that we might be retained in their memory
cores as cherished moments, sentient snapshots of childhood and not cast
aside like insects' husks. We might be there to perceive all the strange
magicks or perhaps we would be only awakened by some stimuli, like the smell
of madeleines.


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