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Posted by Michael Levine on July 25, 2003 13:54:37 UTC

Dick,

I regret to inform you that your line of thinking does not interest me. You see, I'm a very down-to-earth person. I'm not interested in grand solutions to petty problems, which is all I could gather from your posts so far. Too much ado about nothing, that's what it sounds to me.

I already know our perception of reality is filled with illusions. Don't think you're telling me anything new. I just don't see anything wrong with it. I'd rather exist in blissful ignorance than torture myself for an eternity with questions that have no answer. I like the world, I like the illusions, I like the drama that is unfolding alongside them. The rest, I leave it up to God. I certainly don't want to take his place, it's too much of a burden for a finite, imperfect being such as myself.

I hope you won't feel bad if I drop off of this conversation, as the topic is starting to bore me. You seem like a nice fellow, and it's obvious that you crave attention and recognition just like anybody else. Maybe we can talk about something which our imperfect English language grants us the privilege to discuss?

Hope to see you in another thread.

Kind regards. ML

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