Restrictive We

Restrictions

restricted we are
not by laws or by limits
but by self alone

 
 

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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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18 Responses to Restrictive We

  1. Well, some of us. Others, and you know who they are, not so much.

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  2. janjoy52 says:

    As long as you can live with the consequences.

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  3. A man may draw lines in sand
    As the sand is all that’s left of men so many years ago who also scratched thier line

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  4. Tunisia says:

    So simple yet so true. Absolutely love this!

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  5. But that’s the great thing about existentialism – you don’t have to attend.

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    • Yes, indeed. That is life. Existentially speaking, however, to not attend, one must first choose to not attend; and then, as is with every choice we commit ourselves to, we must suffer the consequences of that choice of our not attending.

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  6. Which is assuming we are ever aware of the consequences, the nature and existence of the consequences, or the consequences of our ignorance of the consequences if not knowing them involves further choice: this is great! It could go on forever, couldn’t it?

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  7. Leeby Geeby says:

    If we look at this esoterically, with all being undifferentiated consciousness, we could indeed say that the concept of “self” is a limitation, the vessel into which our separation from divinity is poured. Less if definitely more in this case. Thought provoking for it’s brevity. Many thanks!

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