Jan Cox Talk 1042

It’s the Simplicity Of Life That Requires Complex Explanations

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#1042 Oct 21, 1992 – 1:27 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :37. The ordinary mind’s reaction toward any human activity: favor, condemnation or ignoring. Since the Neural Revolutionist does neither, it is difficult to know what he’s talking about. Note that ordinary people can unknowingly convey extraordinary info to each other safely.

This is the basis of all truisms, maxims, etc.: extraordinary knowledge that is familiar yet cryptic and puzzling, safely uncomprehended in its directness and wide applicability.

Audio-only :27. The more you’re tied to the collective the more your claim to fame lies w/ your hormones. 

If life weren’t so simple there would be no need for such complex explanations.