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Thinking about... by uninfinite on July 11th, 2016, 12:32 am
I've been thinking about thinking, and wondering whether what I think is just what it occurs to me to think because I'm me, or if it's possible to think somehow beyond myself. Perhaps this now is such a public domain subject; an idea that's out there as a consequence of the nature of people and reality and mind, that if my logic is sound in discussing this, I am not thinking this just because I'm me.
It occurs to me that perhaps it would serve us to consider whether adding a list of numbers is a subjective exercise with an objective result - but why does this occur to me? Somehow I see that, what must from a behaviorist perspective seem to be an objective exercise, can be undertaken in any number of subjective ways - which would seem to suggest that the product of thought is not the process of thought, and that even as I strive for a logical approach to this problem, this idea of adding a list of numbers arrives unbidden.
To consider this idea - in itself seems reasonably logical, and...

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More Random Thoughts On Existence by tookie23 on January 27th, 2011, 5:50 am
The biggest fundamental flaw of religion is the need for money, the word of “God” would not nor should it require money, an item which has absolutely no value outside of our ridiculous “humanity”.
I am forced into a position where it would be simply illogical for me to avoid asking why, how, when, and is this reality just a mutual agreement of indefinable consciousnesses. Does all the poverty in the world really just represent the logical fallacies of the human thinking process? Could our physical beings be nothing more than something we all agree upon to abstain from the need for actual understanding?
I want to find the other side, see the truth, come back with the answers and be able to function in this reality. The term god to me is used as a way to explain an ultimate energy, whether it has any consciousness as to what it’s doing is unknown to me. But there is a source of energy in the multi-verse that has led to everything around us, including us. There is some other force, but to me...

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Of Castles, Solars and Green Rooms by toucana on April 4th, 2017, 8:04 am
Of Castles, Solars and Green Rooms


Not long ago I found myself spending a few days of holiday down near Southend on the Essex coast. One afternoon we climbed up the hill to visit the ruins of Hadleigh castle which stands overlooking the railway line and the Medway marshes of the Thames estuary. Built in 1215 by Hubert de Burgh in the reign of King Henry III, the castle was substantially rebuilt a century later by Edward III as part of the Medway defences against the French during the Hundred Years War. Edward III in fact made it his principal residence outside of London for much of his reign.

Little remains of Hadleigh castle today. It was built on an unstable outcrop of London clay and developed an unfortunate habit of collapsing at unexpected moments. Large quantities of the fallen stonework were sold and carted off in the Tudor period, you can still see the tiled hearth where the wreckers melted down the valuable window leads. John Constable painted an atmospheric...

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Perfection that is today. by VoudonLipstick on March 16th, 2011, 1:45 am
Today was pretty amazing, my friend, my dogs and I went to the creek and it was so beautiful, for such a shitty state the weather was amazing. We shotgunned 18 beers and walked along the creek til we hit some rapids... we took off our pants and tried crossing the creek but it was insanely cold and the rocks were sharp, I got very drunk and wiped mud across my chest and on my cheeks hahah it was so hard to leave, no one was around and we were lounging in the shade with our legs in the water, took amazing photos and didn't get back to my house til around 9pm, all four of us totally crashed out on my bed but now I'm up having a cig being distracted online, I adore my friends, this was a gorgeous day. XoXo
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My latest poem by Hendrick Laursen on September 23rd, 2014, 10:43 am
Alley

Alley is so good,
Home is so far
The pigeon sings
the one on the roof,
Sitting against me it is.

Children of the Alley
With their plastic balls
Are pouring out one by one.

Momma is cooking
Her cooking is just excellent.
Sad is sitting she in a corner,
In her hands a handkerchief.

Daddy’s out at work,
daddy thinks of us.
My father is a hero,
Yes, he is a hero.

The Sky is blue,
His place is empty
To rise up and see
How fine we are.

Streets are crowded
‘n water flows in streams.
Here is a good place,
Yes, it’s a good place.

Trees are all proud,
Oaks and Cedars yellow.
Laughing are men and women,
And are talking loudly,

People are without pain or sorrow
They’re together talking and having fun.
This I witnessed myself,
They water the weeds.

I ask for nowhere else
To be,
Just that place.

Alley is so good,
Home is so far
The pigeon sings
The one on the roof,
Sitting against me it is.

Children of the Alley
With their plastic balls
Are pouring out one by ...

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