Jan Cox Talk 0715

Only Thinking Can Provide a Revolutionist with Proper Enthusiasm

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Summary

#715 Oct 19, 1990 – 1:02 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :10. Knowledge is non-fungible (non-interchangeable, like works of art vs. screwdrivers); thinking is fungible in intent (i.e., it has none), omnipresent, infinitely universal. Knowledge is polarized; thinking is non-magnetic and thus can go anywhere. Knowledge has a strictly local status. Thinking is not restrained by time; knowledge must be so restrained (as well as by space). “Things” are chemically-electrically unable to deliver the satisfaction that they promise. Only processes can offer unconditional pleasure.

The process is what people unknowingly seek, not the thing. Only thinking can provide a Real Revolutionist the proper enthusiasm. Consider: what might be an action without an object? An unrecognized reality of Primary Level World – i.e., to meet the needs of a Primary Level World process. All actions of the Secondary Level World are to establish, reach or redefine thing-specifics of the mind. A Secondary Level World of action without objects would be a dying one, verbally starving (no words = no growth).

Consider: matter-energy polarity = things-processes polarity. Matter-energy is the original polarization. Consider: why would any Real Revolutionist space traveler want to get to some planet rather than travel forever?


The News

05/21/90-(1)

…and Kyroot said:
What is wrong with the following sentence?: (quote): “There’s nothing
Wrong with
This sentence.”

05/21/90-(2)

…and Kyroot said:
Those who
Remember their childhood
Remember too much (And not very well at that).

c 05/21/90- (2.5)

…and Kyroot said:
One chap said he found he could “think much better”
when using a Greek name and archaic ideas.

. 05/21/9043)

…and Kyroot said:
You can come in
During the middle of a play,
And it won’ t matter . (unless a human wrote it) .

05 /21/90-(4)

…and Kyroot said:
Beauty
Has no duty (And that,
Says Uncle Faraway,
Is the beauty of it,
And why all heros are ugly.)

05/21/90-(4.5)

…and Kyroot said:
Those who write odes of praise about
another specific person
might consider some of the
several over-the-counter drugs available.

…and Kyroot said:
Speaking of heroes;
Over in another galaxy
I’ve heard tell of a
Warrior chieftain so frightening
That he’s “dared” his life to end on him And thus far
The threat’s worked.

,05/21/90-(5.5)

…and Kyroot said:
Each man has a daily “Babble Quotient”
which Life generally expects him to fulfill.

c 05/21/9046)

…and Kyroot said:
Just beyond space, And a bit past time
Is a place where they broadcast everybody’s thoughts.

. 05/21/90-(7)

…and Kyroot said:
As he left the chapel
After morning vapors – I mean vespers, This one general straightened his hat, Tucked in his fat,
Assumed the “thoughtful-military” pose, And said,
“Better to have but a few honest men Than a bad hair cut.”

,05/21/90-(7.5)

…and Kyroot said:
The only profitable, much less inhabitable decisions are unilateral decisions.

05/21/90-(8)

…and Kyroot said:
In some quarters of the universe It is now publicly said
That we owe much to
Aldo Cunningham.

. 05/21/90- (8.5)

…and Kyroot said:
Nouns were invented by men,
but in the matter of verbs – Ah, now there we have all the proper
ingredients for an old fashioned vicey vercey.

05/21/90-(9)

…and Kyroot said:
All at the docks
Are not awaiting ships, (And even some who are Aren’t all that excited).

05/21/90-(9.5)

…and Kyroot said:
For the Revolutionist
only unrestricted thinking
produces the acceptable form of enthusiasm.

05/21/90-(10)

…and Kyroot said:
First guy says,
“You know,
I could’ave been a Mind Doctor. ,
And his friend says,
“Well why didn’t you?”,
And the first guy says,
“That’s weird,
That’s what all my patients asked me too.”

ü05/21/90-(10.5)

…and Kyroot said:
Whenever asked “what they thought” this one group would always say they
couldn’t answer yet since they weren’t finished.

i 05/21/90-(11)

…and Kyroot said:

Hey – Heads up,
Who better to tell you What you need to know Than those who don’t.

105/21/90-(11.5)

…and Kyroot said:
Speech is always saying more than it knows.

05/21/90-(12)

…and Kyroot said:
In the middle of the road of life,
(At least as far as he’d come up to now),
This one kid
Stood up tall and loudly announced,
“I ain’t walking a mile in NOBODY’S shoes!”

t 05/21/90-(13)

…and Kyroot said:
This one guy
Used to enjoy (as he put it),
“Turning things over in his mind.”,
That is,
Until he discovered he’d been using the wrong organ.

405/21/90-(13.5)

…and Kyroot said:
People don’t really yearn for things, but rather
for the processes from which they’re drawn.

( 05/21/90414)

…and Kyroot said:
A king
Who’s impressed Even with himself
Is a sight to behold (And a damned lap-full
Should he decide to sit on you).

. 05/21/90-(14.5)

…and Kyroot said:
Adjectives are a stop-gap measure.

· 05/21/90-(15)

…and Kyroot said:
This one planet,
When deemed appropriate,
Used to issue a “Fear Alert”
Until they frightened everyone off
To a neighboring world.

605/21/90-(15.5)

…and Kyroot said:
A man with longish hair
noted in the margins of his hymnal, “The gods do not forsake the literate; When man ran out of parentheses
the heavens gave him brackets.”

05/21/90-(16)

…and Kyroot said:
There is a secret,
Universal 900 number
You can call and
Hear anything you want to.

05/21/90-(16.5)

…and Kyroot said:
Only open ended processes – such as thinking ¬could ever offer the possibility of unconditional pleasure.

05/21/90-(17)

…and Kyroot said:
After seeing the
Rousing ovation a
Speaker received when he
Concluded his comments by declaring,
“Always look on the bright side.”,
The son of one ole sore head left thinking,
“Pop was right,
Life’s a waste of time.”

05/21/90-(17.5)

…and Kyroot said:
One band of merry creatures
over in another zone
probably reveal some of their thinking through the title of their sole handbook which reads, “Reality – The Supreme Irony,”

05/21/90-(18)

…and Kyroot said:
Example from Philosophy Three-Thirty-Three:
First one holds up his tumbler and declares,
“My glass is half empty.”,
The second hoists his and says,
“My glass is half full.”,
And a third thinks,
“I’m about half sick of this kinda verbal twaddle.

,05/21/90-(18.5)

…and Kyroot said:
I herein,
now relay to you just what was
said to me by an economist in the City,
said he, “Just because you don’t know what you’re doing
doesn’t mean you have to stop what you’re doing

05/21/90-(19)

…and Kyroot said:
With his own brand of
Malicious mock astonishment
This one middle aged kid
Slapped his forehead
(The resulting pain being
Sufficient to cause him to
Make a note not to repeat this act),
And exclaimed,
“Ah bah! – Now I see it,
All of human knowledge was
Invented by man.”,
(He reached up to slap himself again,
But recalling his lesson
Slapned his partner instead),
“So,
It’s all just invented by other men….Hummmm,
But what if there’s an alternative….Hummmm.”

05/21/90-(20)

…and Kyroot said:
There was this one guy
Who spent almost his entire life thinking, And when I pointed this out to him he said, “Oh yeah? – about what?”