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Re: Two More Make A Trinity

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Posted by GwynJ on November 25, 2000 20:29:04 UTC

i keep forgetting this isn't the speedy dialogue of a chat, and i'm the only one acquainted with my trains of thought, sorry! haha

What I was getting at is there seem to be 3 things at work at the basis of creation and science (in my view, obviously):
1. Laws in place because someone first said 'My word makes it happen'
2. They exist because they were important to someone who would not be fulfilled unless they made something tangible from their thoughts/words.
3. Why are they shared with humans through curiosity and tools? How lonely is it to make a wonderful thing and have no one around to share it with?

We're here because someone who was very creative and enthusiastic said so, fulfilling who he was/is, sharing out of love and excitement - as we do on this forum. and who are we but curious humans? where does this spirit of attraction/curiosity/fellowship come from, especially with strangers, when there are so many other things that really need to be done (like my housekeeping, for example, but i won't go there just now - haha!).

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