Jan Cox Talk 0624

Remember, It’s Always Life Speaking to Life

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#624 Mar 21, 1990 – 1:03 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :06. Garage sale of odds and ends not previously covered. A TWE/to what end, game: nouns and verbs vs. goods and services vs. adjectives and adverbs vs. TOA/thinking of action and action.  Conditionals: condition; comparative modifier; superlative—e.g., red, redder, reddest.  The Pica: an animal which makes its home in rock slides: consider the negative connotation of “rock slide” to men, but to the animal it is absolutely positive. 

For pioneers in pioneering conditions, the only use for the intellect they have is for settling disputes of no great consequence, necessity or value. Seekers who turn to the intellect in their quest are similarly dealing with something that can only settle matters of little import.  The “impotent climax” or hollow joy of certain SL/secondary level activity fulfillment. SL activity pursued to alleviate other SL or PL/primary level conditions cannot give pleasure. 

Only SL affairs come with a manual”—directions for use.  Local reality, universal reality and “the center”. The center is the local intelligence seeking the universal—not dissimilar to This Thing. The local and universal are mutually exclusive; only the center can pursue the universal. Any really clever king would be tempted to install a somewhat non-obvious “buffoon” on the throne (while still under his control) who does not intimidate the people.

Consider the Real Revolutionist’s advantage in installing such a ruler in his internal gov’t; the ordinary would never install a silly ruler, they are too serious about everything.  Consider: there are only two ways to be entertained: by yourself or by another. Note how everything is so conveniently divisible into two.  The “threat to quit caring” is the attempt to make the local into the universal; to whom is such a threat directed: to the perpetrators of offense, bystanders or to oneself?

Remember it is always Life speaking to Life. “You are my buddy even if you don’t want to be”; no choice. But how terrible is it really to be in a position of no choice? Especially if it’s a benign situation? “Hey, you’re happy even if you don’t want to be” (from Life).


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10/20/89-(1)•
…and Kyroot said:
When they go out of town most people shrink.
10/20/89-(2)
…and Kyroot said:
Don’t admit to being dumb until you’re sure just how dumb you truly are.
10/20/8943)
…and Kyroot said:
“Hey, why is it that everything can be so satisfactorily divided into two’s?”
“Hey, good question…I’ll pretend I don’t know…now let me ask one; Why is it that everything can be so satisfactorily divided into three’s?”
10/20/8944)
…and Kyroot said:
At some of the newer, neural resorts there are cut-rates for silliness.
10/20/89(5)
…and Kyroot said:
Since, in the routine, technological world tis true that the more refined is the examining instrument the more complex becomes the revelations of
the examined, would you expect
any quantum deviation in
regard to man’s
intellect
10/20/89(6)
…and Kyroot said:
After thinking about an appropriate length of time, he finally, and
confidently concluded,
“A real historian wouldn’t put up with this crap’.
10/20/89-(7)
…and Kyroot said:
In all customary systems below the five dimensional mode, progress comes
through a process of refined diversity.
…(that is specifically, though refined diversity: as opposed to random
uniformity.)
10/20/8948)
…and Kyroot said:
Anything that can poison the mind deserves it.
1O/20/89-(9)
…and Kyroot said:
While the inner life of an ordinary man could be thought of as a Theater, within a Revolutionist it would be more like a Research Lab, a Court Of Inquiry, a Sang Froid Comedic
Investigation.
10/20/89-(10)
…and Kyroot said:
Said the first voice, “I read that there’s a Greek word for everything.” Second voice, “So?”…
…”Well, it’s just that I feel so much better now.”
10/20/89-(11)
…and Kyroot said:
All catastrophes consume all expectations.
10/2o/89-( 12)
…and Kyroot said:
The 9 am Version: Only straight forward things can be presented in a
straight forward manner.
Twelve O’Clock Variation: Things may be presented in a straight forward manner to straight
forward people.
10/20/89-(13)
…and Kyroot said:
Only one who doesn’t care could actually care.
10/20/89-(14)
…and Kyroot said:
On this one little helpful planet they’ve opened up a clinic to treat,
(and here I quote their
brochure), “The dimensionally
impaired.”
10/20/89-(15)
…and Kyroot said:
On a curious, near-by time planet, they seem to have solved the kinds of dichotomous divisions and struggles that normally strain the social weave of a moralistic peoples; For instance, on their world there are drugs, prayers, and abortions for those who believe in them, and none
for those who don’t.
10/20/89416)
…and Kyroot said:
I ran across this one free-lancer over on that rambling planet who,
for thirty kopeks will “prove you are happy”…
…(for an additional two pesos he’ll prove the same regarding himself.)
10/20/89-(17)
…and Kyroot said:
He finished their conversation by telling the few still standing around
the burning table, “Why yes, there are blueprints, but your problem will be that they are as alive as the structures they represent.”
10/20/89-(18)
…and Kyroot said:
In man’s day to day,non-primary affairs there are moments of almost total
frustration which have
evaded analysis; let me
get the game started by
throwing out the first
curve; I’ll name the
phenomena for you…let’s
call it, “The Impotent Climax”.
…(This could update an old adage so that it would read thusly, “There’s no
rest for the
secondary”.)
10/20/89-(19)
…and Kyroot said:
More Things You Might Remember, (If You’re Only Having A Few, or You’re
The Day’s Designated Thinker); Information. even “facts”, don’t really change things, they just re-name them.
10/20/89-(20)
…and Kyroot said:
In the often overlooked words of one forgotten philosopher, “Many things
mean many things to
many people.