Talk Substitutes for Change
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AKS/News Gallery = jcap 1989-08-28 (0601)
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#601 Jan 26, 1990 – 0:57
Notes by TK
Kyroot to :05. Dictums, words are a preparation for the future (conveyance of energy beyond words) and for the ignition- stimulation of man’s imagination to “dream impossible dreams”. Men never analyze inciting, inflammatory dictums as being impossible of execution for the present time, but possible in the future. Since the words “make sense” (i.e., can be heard) they forgo further analysis that would reveal them to be of interest only to the Yellow Circuit and not to any of the lower ones. Words serve as stimulation for the upper circuit and as an enlarging agency for coming energy.
Note that Life has been using dictums for 3000 years for something upcoming; men still are impressed by “treat your neighbor…” but cannot yet do it. The new impossible dream is that of “self improvement” to be better than what you presently are. But it’s impossible to do this, but not to talk about it. The task of men is to exceed their more simplistic ancestors, not to worship them. It is absolutely impossible for men to attempt change without first talking about it before, during and after.
Talk substitutes for and precludes any real change; therefore talk = self improvement. It is a duty for the Real Revolutionist to exceed his ancestors, and not by reference to any known model/hero for evaluation of progress. The Real Revolutionist just “knows” he does better, in an undefinable way. A form of this is the method of asking oneself, while saying anything, “how am I going to explain this?” not from any known position. Thus he operates in a more complex dimension. Connection to not using the word “because” since it automatically establishes a known/described position. It is a reaffirmation of the old, simplistic foundation. New Intelligence requires an unknown position.
What if education doesn’t increase knowledge, but just makes people talk like they have increased knowledge?
And Kyroot Said…
Those who don’t KNOW when it’s over can’t SAY when it’s
Mechanical morality is precisely what is needed if you’re
the Tin Man or a follower of the Black & Decker Philosophy.
One guy told his partner, “The only thing lacking in our
relationship is the failure-to-communicate.”
At the War College of this one tribe they teach that the
army with a slogan is always at an advantage.
Amidst a slow rolling boil on one planetary cauldron I heard
a voice proclaim, “May the future forgive me, but I do so love
the sound of electricity.”
In a superbly tortured form of what I took to be attempted
encouragement of his kid, a certain father said, “Son, you’d have
to be an idiot to be talented.”
Within the ordinary constructs of history, heroics must be
personified villainy institutionalized.
One chap who pretty obviously did not suffer from hyper-
activity stated to no one in particular, “I don’t mind so much
living in space if I just didn’t have to move in space.”
Once upon a time a curious fellow cornered a reputed
revolutionist and asked him, “Would this activity of yours result
in me becoming a new person, or just a better me?” And the rebel
said, “I’ll have to get back to you on that.” …no response as
of yet… that was in 1948.
It is now official. The guy who first said, “Anatomy is
destiny” has called in from the great beyond and apologized.”
An anxious soul with two feet on that other planet says that
the “question of the hour” is thusly: “Is there an intellectual
equivalency to the notion of a moral one?”
Those who take the grave seriously do not understand the
humor of the heroic life.
The variation you may need: From another part of the house
I sometimes hear unknown relatives mucking about.
A myth without humor is a mere commercial.
Whilst in the hot embrace of the Madonna of Pique, one young
swain declared, “If I cannot, by god, be a prince, I’ll be damned
if I’ll be a lady-in-waiting,” which gave the rest of the people,
who were all ladies-in-waiting, a good laugh.
Without traitors and spies the wars could not go on….
(After dark, part of all dry armies are wet.)
At three-fifteen one day, the father said to the son, “It’s
good that we can have these little chats.” And the kid replied,
“Yeah, but good for who?” …the old man looked far off toward
the distance and said, “You still don’t get it, do you?”
The people continue to use rituals as a secondary way to
have some experience of the heroic adventure, the real
revolutionist looks upon this as a fading family photo album.
In yet another example of that dreamed-of attempt to unset
the normal balance of the planet, one guy had this notion: He
wanted everyone who believed as he did to get together in one
place, on the same side of the world, and on a given signal
everyone suddenly think the same thing.
A strong man and a fool will both wish their opponents “Good
Luck.” …(Someone else will also.)