Jan Cox Talk 0642

You’re Tired Because You Struggle to Keep Things the Same


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#642 May 2, 1990 – 1:02 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :05. It seems obvious that to change requires extra energy. Thus it seems that no energy is required to not-change. Not so: it takes all the energy that everybody has to keep things unchanged. That is why everybody is so tired. All foes are inverted reflections, apparently new, of the original foe. Thus all man’s activity is a reconquest of the already vanquished (or the invincible).

This is apparent in man’s thinking the same thoughts over and over, feeling the same emotions over and over, etc. The one great foe is the desire to change/desire to remain unchanged. Inflicting pain and spreading turmoil, are the primary activities of man in maintaining the status quo.

This Thing info/thought is so light, so very different that it makes almost no impression on the brain. Life is not arranged to reinforce it; it has no natural opposition.

1:02 Epilogue: tailor-made colloquial sign-offs/salutations to the various cities. California: Caramba dude!


…and Kyroot said:
Calling something “something” can, (surprising enough to some people),
cause it to be something.

…and Kyroot said:
If the Revolution becomes “well known” by the company it keeps, it has
become_ too well known… …dangerously so.

…and Kyroot said:
Irony is in the eye of the beholder…No,
Irony is in the eyes of all beholders…(at least in these-here-parts).