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A man said: “If I had a name for it, I’d try to do it.”
And was told: “If you had a name for it you for sure couldn’t do
Anyone who believes that men are the source of their own
thoughts will believe anything.
A creature can possess higher mental functions and still not
be neurally alert.
Man’s normal consciousness is nature’s only hurricane
in which the center is not still, but rather, flabby.
Since men cannot determine who hit them, they like to point
to their bruises.
The first sounds men heard from the creative source were not
words, but rather — warmth and light.
…..Why myths must be verbal and understanding not.
Uncontrolled thought is not conscious thought; what you
automatically do, life tells you is “conscious thought.”
There is no high ground in Flabland. The soft condition of
ordinary mentation is one out of which a thinker cannot simply
The way you can tell that something is physically alive is
that it moves; and it moves because it feels, and it feels
because it eats. What can you tell about a creature mentally?
The alert’s only comment regarding everyday affairs should
be: “No comment.”
New Science — A New View: Once men developed telescopes —
and could see beyond their own solar system — they were done
Don’t waste energy looking for the source of your thoughts —
but rather, ponder the origin of all thinking.
To diligently investigate the irrelevant keeps ordinary
minds properly misdirected. (…and I might add — the
intelligentsia, reasonably sane.)
Think archaic — speak archaic.
…..But no matter: Think archaic — speak modern.
…..Solar life is just as agreeable as you are; in fact — more
so; where do you think you got it from!?
After the initial whirlwind, a few men sought out a fresh
center and new high ground, while some of the ordinary, in
simplistic imitation, built monasteries.
A man’s mind told him: “I am too busy to be alert and
mindful.” And the man asked, “Why?” And his mind replied: “I
The ordinary find anything unnatural, annoying; a thinker
finds his own natural, mental state the height of so.
A New Kitchen — A New Recipe: There is no nourishment to a
stew continually stirred.
“Remember this, men,” said one man to some men, “the fate of
the world doesn’t depend on us.”
…..Physically — the fate of you doesn’t depend on you;
mentally — an alternative future is just barely within your
Genealogy, Cosmology, And The Natural Order Of Verbal
Sequence: Suns don’t speak — they force fathers to.
As he struggled with his mental situation, one man thought:
“Help — I’m being pulled down — except it’s not actually ‘down’
— but rather, ‘sideways’ — in all possible directions.”
…Addendum: Make note: The alert never say “Help.”
The ordinary, with their ordinary mental hungers, will stand
in the serving line and discuss almost anything — such as:
Man’s soul, man’s spirit, his cosmic potential — almost
anything to keep from having to deal with that ever-present bowl
For the mindful — life sends out a daily alert …each &
The ordinary find anything unusual, irritating; a thinker
finds his own usual mental condition supremely so.
Physically — we’re all part of a web; mentally — each man
is the center of himself. Truth: Physically — we’re all part
of a web; mentally — each man is the center of himself…kind
One man thought: “I can do magic tricks! — I have a
vaporous bowl of jello that can speak!”
Man’s mind will not die ’til the gases are finally all
That which man has created, is all he sees fit to critique.
…..Those who believe men, create their creations, will —
after that — swallow it all.
Man’s development of physical space travel is a prelude to
what’s to come.
The ordinary find all unnecessary effort, aggravating; a
thinker finds his own disinclination to pursue so, extremely so.
The center of the storm; the secret is at the center of the
storm; the secret is at the center of the everyday storm.
Once you find the right word for something, you can put it
on it — and then forget it.
Unmindful mentation has a plan, even if you didn’t plan it.
What d’ya say to that!?
Myths are a stall for metaphors; metaphors, a cover for
…..All targets misrepresent the nature of the bulls eye.
The alert have but one nemesis — inner jello.
Man is the only puzzle which when disassembled reveals no
more than it did originally.
…..Man’s mind is the only puzzle which when disassembled tells
you no more about it than you knew already.
Anything commented on is usually of no more but the briefest
Another Economy — Another View: We’re all on charity.
The alert’s grandest call for help is “No comment.”
Without feeling — no thought; without food — no feeling.
…..Without metaphors — a straight shot.
Alertness needs no verbal support.
How curious it is — to look so close and see so little, but
look far away and see so much.
For most diners — menus, metaphorical are too unspecific,
while those direct, indigestible.
…..The alert do not eat from this planet.
All heroes get burned to a crisp — if they do it right.
The alert should be alerted by the fact that you can’t sit
still on something hot.