To Give is to Receive

  • TPK (9) June 12, 2015

    I love the image, but also agree the language is hard to swallow. I too make my own context; “Imprinting your intent on the universe rather than receiving an imprint from existence,” (If you don’t want to be the horse’s hoofprints you’ve got to be the hooves”), serves me better when I think of myself as the architect of my own destiny, that in serving others I am becoming more real, transcending time and space, becoming eternal; the true aim of all temporal personal beings.

  • Jordan Bates (4,683)A June 11, 2015

    do you like this model of thinking about things, jon? “emit your own frequency”? i think i like the gist of it but that language kind of makes me gag a little bit. ;)

    • Jon Brooks (4,512)A June 11, 2015

      I’m a big picture thinker. To use that cliche, I try not to miss the forest for the trees. The problem with quotes is that they often lack context, so I make my own. I think this language is poetic. It only becomes gag-worthy when the person making the claim tries to turn it into something scientific, which I don’t believe it is. I believe that output and giving are the best ways to get things back. If you’d like to call that output frequency, I don’t have a problem with that.