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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Monday, June 12, 2006

chance freedom?

With freedom there is a 50% chance you are making a mistake! The hardest truth is how freedom limits trust. To accept instability is the first step to suggest free-thinking as winnable. Gambling finds ways to ruin the playing aspects by creating serious considerations. Most free moments seem like totally wasted time or could be bought meditation experience. Freedom values non-judgment.

4 Comments:

Blogger Travis Jay Morgan said...

Do we really have a choice, can we really choose our path, are we truly in control? We’d like to think so…but I wonder. Or are we just reactions to the previous actions before us? Are we not just the results of experiences with our environments, shaped and molded?

We like to think we have control of our feelings and passions, but where did they come from? Were they too, not engrained into us by our participation with the world around us? This is what makes us all connected, this butterfly effect…we are all parts of one whole circle of movement.

Our minds, feelings, desires, thoughts…do we really have control? or are they too the outcome of the income we’ve received? We can’t handle the thought of believing we don’t have control, but watch how I make you react to my words I’ve written here. Is it a reaction, or an uninfluenced choice?

6/13/06, 11:49 AM  
Blogger Imemine said...

Freedom is the power to forget.

6/13/06, 12:02 PM  
Blogger bradford said...

isn't it ironic how many would choose the butterfly as a symbol of freedom, evolving from the need to be a worm first - I bet butterflies forget catterpillar conciousness. If we submit to destiny do we get to remember how we were directed here? I consider family behaviors more controlling than genes for most. Like me, you may be relaxing the "stickyness" by asking. Can meditating be forgetting?

6/13/06, 6:22 PM  
Blogger Imemine said...

Yes, meditation is forgetting when there is no willful pushing away of memories, suppression, or reppression. Then there will be no conflict with the past, only passive observation of it. The memories will let go of its own accord when there is no acceptance or rejection of it. Only indifference to it. In favor of experiencing of the present.
The future being the continuation of the past.
When thoughts of the past does not bother or is not painful, thoughts of the future will not worry.

6/14/06, 12:49 AM  

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