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Posted by Alan on October 9, 2003 06:31:25 UTC

Thank you for responding Mike.

Quote; "1) you seldom criticize what I write;"

Good reminder: I plead guilty. I seem to recall that at Counterbalance Paul was keen, just as I was; for Luis Hamburgh to challenge his ideas.

It's nice to be asked to comment on someone's ideas. My problem is; I have no computer; and internet costs me quite a bit; and I tend to focus on trying to get the issues surrounding Dr. Dick's paper; and ideas I have about physics particularly, to be debated.

You have opened my eyes to think about what other people want. I'm focused on this physics business because I can barely afford I feel to fund that; but I have in mind to see if I can do something about other topics due to your comment. I have discussed one issue at length with you before though, that you raised.

Quote: "2) your ideas are not presented as to their probable impact on the lives of God's creatures"

I'm not too worried about that; I imagine that better understanding of what Heaven is about could say somehow occur?

Quote: "if your ideas are understood well enough to apply;
3) you do not dispute my assertion that my system is currently better than the Pope's."

I'm not sure what "your system" is; but if the universe operates on a system of transparency and consciousness with room for everyone then what about that story of the apostles arguing among themelves as to "who was the greatest", and Jesus washed their feet and told them that whoever is the servant was the greatest? The Pope tries to be a servant.
"Greatest" involves "counting"; but if God is our "base" then He counts us and all counting systems are non-coercive...?

How am I doing? I tend to see what someone called "the IS-ness" of things around me" quite a bit. Reminds me of how the world looked to me as a newborn baby.

-Regards,

Alan

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