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2015-08-15 @ 19:13:35
Thanks for that
2014-08-20 @ 22:06:49
Don’t tell me what to do
2013-12-06 @ 11:00:04
He’s lol’ing because Martijn didn’t write the article.
2013-11-07 @ 19:20:48
Fuck you for making me feel like shit.
2013-11-01 @ 13:49:37
a bit of a stretch if you ask me,
2013-10-14 @ 13:30:21
I can relate
2013-10-04 @ 12:39:11
An important saying in the Freemasons is “Ordo Ad Chao”
I think you’re right in all the stuff about the snowflake and society comparison. It’s brilliant actually. I agree something naturally must fill the top spot. I also think they are well aware and know beyond what you just described, and use it to manipulate the organism as a whole.
Good job. Great article. I agree with it the more I understand it. It doesn’t really change my opinion of what’s going on at the upper echelon of society though. It does a great deal to explain why there is an upper echelon to begin with. Proud of you.
2013-09-11 @ 11:04:40
This dude has answers.
2011-04-27 @ 12:50:47
i’ve come to the conclusion that the self is still there because everyone is really individual. i think the concept at hand is true though also. i’m still pondering what exactly i mean by that so if anyone gets what i’m saying then help me out here! either way i’ll be back with a more in depth response (i think about this concept throughout the day now)
2011-04-25 @ 21:51:03
i understand a little better. i took it too literally at first. our bodys react to stimulus constantly and that in turn generates thoughts based on the situations in our life. what we think of as self is just a response to our bodys reacting to the brain functioning and stimulating itself. am i on the right track?
2011-04-24 @ 04:27:49
if we do not exist then where do these thoughts come from? what is the force behind them? even if you accept and understand that you do not exist, you are still thinking and that is still something. do you mean that everything is one and not separate?