Life is the Supreme Mimic
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#524 * Jul 26, 1989 * – 0:55
Notes by TK
Kyroot to :05. The words ‘success’ and ‘failure’ are equivalent to progress and completion. The more Yellow Circuit-run a person is, the more talk and thinking he does concerning “freedom”…why is this? There is a sensation of letdown to the successful completion of anything; man is a work-in-progress, but not at the intellectual level.
The RR/Real Revolutionist must be an intellectual work-in-progress; is not agreeable to allowing things to come to completion. Law: every man is a ‘shill’ for himself…via TD/The Dialogue. Everyone is Punch to his own Judy in his nervous system. Relation to opposition is not real, living, until named. Life is the ultimate ventriloquist: voices of opposition in your own brain. Life is the supreme mimic: voices of fear, ignorance and complacency are passed off as the “voice of experience”. Life can mimic anybody…including you.
For NP: Neuralize– Everyone is a shill for them-self.
And Kyroot Said…
A real explorer is not simply “sick of the past,” but is
more specifically, sick of his memories of the past. But old-
world intelligence might well ask, “Well, what’s the difference
anyway?” What, indeed.
While the ordinary are generally wired to dream-of-things-
afar, a real explorer properly divides his life into the plans-
of-dreams, and the related actions-from-the-plans. But even in
such dreams, the explorer would not ignore that which is nearby
and immediate, such as pulling closer together his upper and
To a new-world-intelligence, ordinary emotions are not
unlike “fast, junk food”; if circumstances so dictate, then just
eat ’em and run.
One revolutionist explorer would sometimes turn to himself
and say, “Hey, don’t get touchy.” Some folks can’t afford that
New-world data mostly operates at a trans-sonic level; the
fragments normally heard are a mite slower.
Don’t waste your time — if it’s believable, someone’s
already believed it.
All secondary level energies are word dependent.
When action is necessary, take it even if the dialogue is
The weaker powers are the only ones who ever seriously want
Let me do a bit of verbal updating from your recall o’ some
seventeenth century words, “To act, or to think-of-acting — that
is the REAL question.”
One knowing father would tell his son, “Go play in the
The real explorer manages to discover that you don’t have to
dance every dance with the one that brung ya. (The new-world
Roseland has its own unique forms of etiquette.)
From a certain on-line city view, it could be said: “Jazz
artists may come and go, but Lawrence Welk is forever.”
All forms of treatment are aided by further and continued
Being hostage to any particular force is a form of self-
Unbeknownst to the troops, Wednesdays are an off day for the
leaders of all conflicts.
City espionage epics like to speak of “neutralizing” an
enemy agent, but a new-world revolutionist would, in regards to
his opposition, think more along the lines of “Neuralize ’em.”
If someone else has already thought of it, it was too slow
to be of any significance to start with.
On a slow news day, and when you’ve run out of war novels,
you can always observe another version of the Dialogue’s inner
struggle; how about the one between the tendency to stare, and
the desire not to do so.
Never forget the power, (not to mention the glory), of “Bad
Memory.” (“Yeah, indeed,” he said, “It may be the past, but it’s
not MY past.” …and you couldn’t have said it better yourself.