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We Are From the Future — Next Stage is the Revolution of Love — Sub. Esp

Mas: http://WeAreFromTheFuture.com Letra, Voz & Edición por Garret John LoPorto Facebook: http://on.fb.me/GarretJohn & Twitter: http://twitter.com/garretloporto Musica: "Doot Doot" de Freur

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    • ura soul
      ura soul

      ERROR.. ERROR.. WARNING WILL ROBINSON..
      "Entropy is experienced as Ego"..
      Absolutely incorrect, since Ego is - as we already discussed - simply "I". To equate self with death is backwards.

      admin of this community, co-creator of reality & lover of life!
      • SoulFish
        SoulFish

        I hear you ura soul, of course, I didn't write for them or anything. I like the overall message of the video. Without getting snagged on the branches of my own ego and it's desire to define things within the confines of my interpretation of reality. I enjoy a moment before I over-think it and simply connect to the root system which is connected to everything else until I am no longer connected to anything because there is no me.

        • SoulFish
          SoulFish

          Shoot, these days there are far too many people blaming ego for everything anyway, I've written before about it, about how all they're doing is further feeding ego by giving it all their attention and such. I don't take much stock in the whole ego blame game.

          • ura soul
            ura soul

            The devil is in the details.. I once would tag along with convenient messages that I mostly agreed with - but now I have learned that this is a form of compromise that dilutes the potential for helpful change quite a lot. This means that I have to create my own media if I am to really get to the point of being able to express what I feel needs to be expressed - so that's what I am doing.. slowly, at a pace my feeling parts can accept.

            admin of this community, co-creator of reality & lover of life!
            • SoulFish
              SoulFish

              @ura soul Funny you should say that, "The Devil is in the Details." As you can see I have thoughts about it as well, lol. The internet is a place where anyone can create whatever media they wish and I doubt there are any messages out there I personally would totally agree with, people are all so different, makes the world more fun. For me,  allowing what I see in the  media to be "a form of compromise that dilutes the potential for helpful change" is simply a choice I would never make. My preference is to get all the information I can, take what's resonant for me personally and will help with my growth and then move along. As to creating my own media, since the first time I was published in 1985, I can say for certain, I'm with you on that.

              • ura soul
                ura soul

                when i spoke about compromise, i was referring to the sharing of media that 'mostly' says what we agree with but which slips in some error too. Sometimes passing on those errors can cause more problems than are fixed by the good parts. that's all.

                admin of this community, co-creator of reality & lover of life!
                • SoulFish
                  SoulFish

                  ura soul I see, thanks for clarifying that for me. Right, I get what you're saying. Again though, it's a simple enough thing to just NOT "pass on those errors." I can't speak to how other folks handle their media but I know I am meticulous about paying attention to detail. I think it makes a difference that I grew up without internet. We used books, we had to fact check, we had to actually DO research, not just hit google. I can see how a LOT of folks probably gloss over errors these days, and it likely makes a difference that there is more MIS-information out there than back in my day but I have adjusted and for me at least, nothing gets passed over.