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The Sacred Law.
Topic Started: May 17 2017, 07:12 PM (140 Views)
crow
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Thou shalt make no attempt to understand Reality;
but rather discover, in thine own time, and by due diligence,
how best to fit into It, as part of It,
neither adding-to, nor subtracting-from,
that by which thine whole existence is granted.







The following verses will be read-only, to preserve their clarity. If you wish to comment, or discuss, you can do so here.
Edited by crow, May 19 2017, 01:51 PM.
"Squawk!" said the crow, and then made space.
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Sauve_qui_peut
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I seem to be observing this.

To obey some of the laws all the time and most of the laws most of the time
means nothing. Unless all the laws are obeyed all the time there is no fitness
in observing any of them.




Thank you. I shall check in again for more sacred laws, if I am able.
And I say, if I am able, because I do not know what tomorrow will be.

Edited by crow, May 18 2017, 09:28 AM.
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Oscar
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I finished it. It's a great version. It is the version. I'll come back to it again.

The language is clear but read the verses carefully so that you don't misunderstand them by recklessness.
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Oscar
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"It is said that true love seems indifferent." -verse 41.
"...neither adding-to, nor subtracting-from, that by which thine whole existence is granted. " -the Sacred Law.

I spent lots of time trying to squeeze something juicy out of experiences over the last years. You can let them be what they are - the wind, the sights, anything. And that is how you get the most out of them - without distorting anything.
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crow
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You'd imagine it would be easy not to interfere with things, by thought, or deed, but it isn't easy at all.
There is mastery implicit, in that very skill.
"Squawk!" said the crow, and then made space.
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