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April 17, 2019

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This is really funny. 😂 There’s also a Yoda generator but it doesn’t work as well. However, I think Yoda is pretty grounded compared to Chopra.

Interesting, just before seeing this blog article I was reading a review about Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ album ‘No More Shall We Part’ because I had just finished listening to ‘Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow’ (one of my all-time favorite songs https://youtu.be/44ZUmL0dIx0) and started to wonder for the first time what the hell was he really talking about. The whole album is filled with questions about God... is there a God? Does Nick Cave believe in God? Who knows, because you can’t tell one way or the other from the intentionally obscure lyrics.

I know that’s very different from Deepak Chopra in the sense that Chopra seems to have a firm grasp on what he thinks he believes. But a lot of what he says is abstract, almost obscure to me. But that seems to be the nature of religion.

And this is perfect! The very first quote I got from the Chopra quote generator:

"Freedom corresponds to subtle knowledge" 😄


I quite like Chopra quotes, its kinda like old people when they are talking to themselves.

Found these random quotes that seem to suit little old ladies, well I enjoy them, I do have a strange sense of humour...

Some days,
I can conquer the world.
Other days, it takes me three hours
to convince myself to shower.
...
And sometimes
I have kept my feelings to myself,
because I could find no language
to describe them in.
...
Anxiety is when you care too much about everything.
Depression is when you don't really care about anything.
Having both is just like hell.
...
Pretty sure I'm going to be one
of those senior citizens
who bites everyone.
...
These days people my age
seem much older than me.
...
You guys ever steal an old person?
Here's a tip: old people in wheelchairs rarely
turn around to see who's pushing them.
...

I think a lot of people start out writing inspirational books with deep convictions and good intentions. Then they gain an audience and are pressured to keep writing... More of the same. It can get diluted. I guess it’s like being an actor or singer/songwriter. That’s one of the things I really admire about Allie Brosh. She wrote a few best sellers (mostly taken from her blog) and then she just unabashedly decided to let people know she had run out of material and was living as a recluse in her bedroom in Denver. Cool chic.

Writing a best seller is a great way to make money. Just ask Bernie. Poor guy, now he’s part of the 1%.

I do not wish to bang my own drum
The drum is banging itself
The mind brain paradox is quickly and easily self diagnosed
Who am I
I am Who
The unsubtle sub gross energetic waves of internal conversations are amplified by one individuals causal and casual determination to determine the subtle and gross self energies

All praise the Choprabot

Loving this endlessly
Dualism is Oneness

Peace and Goodwill to All CotC

The duellists of duality
Thought the ones of oneness
Who one

This is not form the "Choprabot", but from Sam Harris' website. I've been reading his book Waking Up, and found his website.

He has this quote I'd like to share:

"The liar stands between his listeners and reality.The lie is to block the light of the world."

That's Deep.

And just to follow up , in light of the stupid and erroneous comments made by religious zealots:

"Pretending to know things one doesn't know is a betrayal of Science - and yet it is the lifeblood of religion."

Who do you think you are quotes...

Stop making people feel bad
for liking things that make them happy.
...
I have this weird self-esteem issue
where I hate myself,
yet I still think I'm better
than everyone else.
...
I used to think I was indecisive,
but now I'm not too sure.
...
Always remember that you are unique.
Just like everyone else.
...

"I quite like Chopra quotes, it's kinda like old people when they are talking to themselves."

and

"I used to think I was indecisive,
but now I'm not too sure."

Jen, those were pretty funny.

@Mike England

"The duelists of duality
Thought the ones of oneness
Who one"

That was good... the kind of thing you would read when you were high and it would totally make sense.

There seems to be connection between mysticism and pharmaceutical recreation. I don't do that anymore... I'm way too sensitive these days. I can't even handle CBD oil.

Sonya
I like wordplay. Puns, spoonerisms and portmanteaus especially. Since Jesse posted the Choprabot link and Brian’s Open Thread I have been on fire with my nonsensical writing.
Now, the Choprabot has it’s own sense of self.
It spreads it’s wisdom through the ether. The unmarked minds tune into this, increase their awareness of nothing in particular while searching for what they have already found.
Life should be a paradox.
That’s irony for ya.

I do not do recreational drugs or alcohol unfortunately. So this is me Straight and Sober 😱
I thought of the duelling dualists on the way to Tesco lol.

Hi Mike,

That’s really cool. I love wordplay even more that stories themselves.

S

Okidoki it’s ChapraBollox time: 🤩

We all change. If you think about it, we are all different people throughout our lives
Anyone who thinks otherwise is not in touch with objective reality and is delusional.
Denial of objective reality, is religiously devoted to it's atheists tenets it so brazenly lies about.
One of the many reasons to be aware of Guru(s)
Pieces of love
2-2
See oh tea Sea


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