A 13 Year Old Tells it Like it Is

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  1. Very passionate speech… And I thought the comments on YouTube were intereseting too… I’m torn about this issue…

    I’m wary of insisting that life be a certan way in order for their to be joy or happiness. Even if that means a pristine planet teeming with life and abundance. This kind of insistence also means to live in war with what is.

    And reality is that this planet has duality: it has people who destroy the planet and it has those who work to make it better.

    I see that little girl’s point… I also feel that this planet is meant to encompass multiple realities…

    I know this is probably not a common point of view and I apologize if it doesn’t mesh with your thinking. :)

  2. LOL. I don’t require folks to mesh with my thinking – what a mess that would be! I seldom have a clue what I think. I do think that if you can’t argue both sides of a point you are probably very stuck (spiritually) and a social bore. If I have a way of thinking it is along the lines of Krishnamurti’s “Do you want to know my secret? I don’t mind what happens.” http://scottfree2b.wordpress.com/2007/07/26/a-krishnamurti-story/
    Or The Way of No Thinking by Kunihiro Yamate. Here is another, ”…words are slippery and thought is viscous.
    http://scottfree2b.wordpress.com/2007/07/02/words-are-slippery-and-thought-is-viscous/
    I’m just happy you are here with some thoughtful comment! Thank you April :)

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