Jan Cox Talk 0548

It Takes a Collection to Civilize Through Talk

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#548 ** Sep 22, 1989 ** – 0:56
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :03.
The DB/dry brain serves the purpose of protecting itself via institutionalization of life. DB talk itself is a form of shelter. It is a kind of admission of weakness for the purpose of self protection: an ultimate “whistling in the dark”; an unexpected false bravado of simply talking. As long as you’re talking, you’re one step closer to civility, the creation of safe harbor in the WB/wet brain ocean. A single man does not civilize himself thru talk, a collection is required to effect the necessary complexity. DB activities prolong life, promote health.

Everybody’s local intellect is a narrowing of view, expectations and responsibilities (exactly the reverse of the City view) that the WB would have had in its own rightful (though impossible) development. This narrowing focuses the intellect energy on thought processes: thinking of things and planning. The Real Explorer must “brain embrace” the universal. A Real Explorer couldn’t write “fiction” if he wanted to.

Fiction is a fragment of a non-fictional world; fiction has “happened” or it could not be written, although it has not happened in the 3-d experiential world. Why is fiction so prevalent, so ever-popular? It is the intellect’s attempted grasping of a greater piece of non-fictional reality. It is a law that “big moves cover little moves”. 3-d fiction is hidden by 5-d non-fiction; truth is hidden by ignorance; talk hides small moves. Of course, the reverse is true too: the small hides the large


And Kyroot Said…

All places not worth going have a Travel Agent.

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A lot of things should be done as though you’re waiting on a
bus.

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Some places are stranger than they look, and some places look
stranger than they are, but no place is stranger than it is.

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If you’re exhausted or injured, take a break. (If you live on
this planet, you may also do so.)

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There’s less extra room in a shoe than most people think.

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Anything you do outside your own house is theatre.

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Things don’t actually need a premise, everyone brings their
own.

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Thoughts come in all sizes.

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I heard of this other area where the creatures supposedly get
stomping-mad over the difference between being mis-lead and mis-
guided.

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Every universe only needs a small number of creatures to do a
certain thing.

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In some regions, we’re all working on consignment.

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One guy offered his brain as the site for the Winter Olympics.
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On some planets, all progeny wanna be just like their parents
— but what choice do they have?

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No matter where you are, fresh data is available both coming
and going.

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In some quarters, velocity questions cannot be answered by
inertias.

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A fanatic is only kin to himself.

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After a pause, the Universe replied, “Come back later.”

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On this other world, a guy was petty, mean, intolerant and
self-centered, and no one ever mentioned it. (…assuming it ever
got noticed over there.)

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Every constellation yet congealed has its powerful, and
powerless.

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In an enriched universe, nothing’s the start of everything
else.

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