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#271 ** Jul 30, 1987 ** – 1:35
Notes by TK
Kyroot reading to :09.
One can only be hated by your inferiors. A true superior cannot despise his inferiors; anger can only flow from inferior position toward the superior position. Interesting to consider man’s gods in light of this; they are angry and oppressive. The inferior cannot ever see the superior –an atom cannot recognize a molecule. You can only be critical, angry with what you cannot see. To feel anger is to be inferior to what you’re angry at.
O.D. = Operational Directive
O.D. RULE #1: Once you realize something is correct–it becomes of no consequence. To ask is such and such true is meaningless. To taste that such and such is correct requires you to use it–which then renders it moot. “Truth” is a kind of disposable Yellow Circuit diaper.
O.D. Rule #2: You can assume –correctly perceive– that anyone who can make you angry is only a fraud–a test of your understanding–placed before you, and who secretly laughs at your failure.
Why would anyone who can pleasurably rearrange molecules, allow unpleasureable arrangements to persevere; to participate in them?
The ‘middle ground’ and importance. The internal populace considers things to be either important or not important, even while they are forced to occupy that no-man’s land of ambiguity and ambivalence where certainty is impossible. The Real Revolutionist see that everything is of equal necessity and his seems an extreme one to those of the middle ground–appears to be an untrue view. Yet it is a correct view irrespective of ‘truth’. Importance or non-importance is a non-issue. The Real Revolutionist does not believe in revolution –he revolts. Belief is no substitute for action. The Real Revolutionist’s ultimate dialog comes down to 4 words: “I shoot, you listen”.
1:21 Epilogue. Reading from an ordinary publication re: one-upmanship collusion between competing adjacent businesses (turned out to be brothers).
And Kyroot Said…
The ordinary believe that what they seek is somewhere “out
there,” while the Few have narrowed down the field considerably.
Way, way back, a poet noted that “The gods are a difficult
foe to oppose,” which goes to show that man’s gift for
understatement is by no means newly acquired.
Notes On The Revolution and The Postal Services: You’ve got
to cancel your past, return the present to sender, and refuse
delivery of the future.
A burglar, after being shot in the buttocks by the local
constable, was heard to say, “Had I had the benefit of such a
poignant treatment earlier in my life, I do believe that my mere
knowledge of the law could have grown into outright respect.”
What could be spiffier than the insouciant manner and
magnanimity of he with the biggest blade and the winning hand.
Everything that can be predicted has been predicted.
(Remember THAT next time you feel gloomy while still believing
Definitions By Example: Optimist, Part 2: A man is assured
by a mechanic that his auto will definitely be fixed within 30
minutes. After waiting 4 hours, the customer complains, only to
have the mechanic respond, “Hey what’d ya want? I only got two
hands,” customer says, “You knew that when you started.”
The word “tedious” was coined by one of the early
Revolutionists to properly describe the feeling of saying
something for the second time.
Tradition says that even the Blessed Buddha cried out,
“Carumba!” upon seeing his first 747, and unassisted triple play.
Here’s another one for the hired physicists to ponder: The
distance to destruction is the same from any place.
To the gods, all men would be anachronous.
It was once said that “If a man believes he has done any
deed without the gods’ knowledge, he errs,” and while I may not
normally make references to “gods,” I assure you that the axiom
is as right as a Bolivian 5-Star General.
A leopard may have a dozen fine tricks, but an accordion
needs only one.
The ordinary prayers of ordinary men are not unlike ugly,
spinster daughters of proper perception and appropriate action.
Definition Number 84: Everyman’s Paradise: A place where
force replaces all skill.
The “real Philistine,” that is, the true “anti-
revolutionist” is he who would say, “Even if you convince me, you
won’t convince me.”
Many Men begin this journey believing they search for a new
intelligence, a refreshed consciousness, but later, many of them
begin to feel as though they are simply looking for an old lost
wallet. Weird, huh.
If “I” did not exist, would it be necessary to invent it?
(Can I turn a paraphrase, or what?)
An ole sorehead had a son who would cry out, “Oh, I’m so
happy, I could puke,” and the ole man said, “I wish you wouldn’t
say that word,” and the son said, “Puke?” “No, happy.”
Men have pictured gods as trees, frogs, clouds, stars and so
on, but a non ill-tempered god is one ne’er yet imagined. Weird,
I can mix this about and present it to you in a variety of
guises, but let me just put it to you bluntly: What in the neon-
hell is the use in saying anything about things already done.
An ancient eastern sage was presented this question: Would
a dove prefer to be kept in a cage by a king, or fly free in the
wilds? One man said, “It would prefer to be with the king, even
in a cage, and to benefit from the companionship of a greater
A second man disagreed, “The bird would prefer freedom, for
no limit on one’s liberation is worth its cost.”
When the Real Revolutionist learned of the question, he
snatched the sage right up to his face and said, “You dumb mother
Patience is the best remedy for all shortcomings, except, of
Amidst all of the routine babbling man does regarding
“gods,” there was one group that was interesting for a while:
Instead of believing that gods created the universe, they thought
it was the other way around.
At the very least, the Real Revolutionist has a remedy for
any passing bouts of routine conscience — bad memory.
A “Real Ruler” would be he who could listen to almost
anything without losing his temper.
A Real Revolutionist would be he who could instantly feign
dreadful anger at hearing K-Mart was closed on Sunday.
The Rule-of-the-Kingdom: No one can truly be converted, and
anyone who can be is not worth the effort.
Why is it that man has so often written lines bemoaning “the
spirit’s captivity to the body,” but never the other way around.
The Real Revolutionist would be prepared to deny what he
already knows and discredit what he has already done. Ah, the
smell of real freedom.
Upon hearing of the lower milk prices, the dairy farmer
cried out in “udder dismay.” Being an upholsterer at the time, I
found his remark “tacky.” (All of the above is meaningless, but
sometimes I just can’t resist.)