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July 25, 2010


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I over heard a elderly man tell a young girl(possibly a relative) to stop climbing through the security alarm stands at a local bookstore.
She was treating them as if they were monkey bars..."Thats not for that"... he said .For him it was, for her hardley and for me I was struck by the how certainty about anything is simply a notion.Perfect/imperfect the dualists conundrum

It's a heck of a lot easier to just redefine perfection. Life as it is, for instance. With a soup├žon of existentialism.

Yes Suz..its the Love of that,that eludes my understanding

Thank goodness it's not necessary to understand it! But fun to try.

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