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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on July 5, 2002 20:00:26 UTC

You wrote:
"You see, to me G_D has to be too much exalted for any need to develop or learn as we see ourselves do."

Will you restate this a little please? For I cannot determine what it means without further elaboration.

You wrote:
"If a lizard grows a new tail and a worm grows a new section when the tail or the section drops off or is cut off and if sharks and elephants regenerate their teeth then humans should be able to do the same or more"

Very worthwhile goal, I agree. Also, very much more complex, I think. If the human brain is so much more complex than teeth or tail, then perhaps repair work, physical or abstract, might be more involved. Fortunately, as you suggest in your post about meditation, the brain repairs itself if given the right conditions and instructions. Still, personal internal complexity may require special kinds of attention. So, too, will complexity between persons and between societies. Worth spending more time conversing...yet each would need to bring a prepared mind to the conversation and know when to go back to do more preparation rather than argue over matters neither quite knows as well as needed. Thank you, Jisbond,
for being a kindred spirit toward letting the Universe be all it can be !


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