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Re: Lou's reply yo Sigismund-vlyvtheshdwvdeth Lou Pilder

Posted by Sigismund on August 2, 2008, at 20:57:13

In reply to Lou's reply yo Sigismund-vlyvtheshdwvdeth Sigismund, posted by Lou Pilder on August 2, 2008, at 20:38:53

> the two ate of the tree of the knowlege of good and evil. And God had said to them that if they did eat from that tree that they would die.

So does this mean that our awareness of duality is somehow tied up with our awareness of death?

No, that's not it. Let's start again.
'That which is only living can only die.'
All animals (including us) die.

(May I say in parenthesis that if I was the creator I'd be pretty chary about letting ANY human into heaven. I would ask them "What about the animals? You lot turned the place into a gulag and a slaughterhouse.")
But that is by the by, and anyway the world was created in such a way that it is natural for animals to eat each other.

Lou, are you saying that there is a mode of experience beyond duality, and that the name for that is eternity?




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