This blog isn't about you.
My posts may be dangerous to your mental structure.
Date: 10/31/2011 4:10:36 PM ( 11 y ) ... viewed 1925 times
Two hoes bit the moist earth as one. JanNar maintained a steady rhythm, her forward motion in sync with her breathing. KeTaRo wove a double then triple movement within JanNar's strokes, but always biting the ground in the same instant.
KeTaRo's hoe sliced the earth without the slight sound of the second hoe. He paused and glanced back. JanNar was leaning on her hoe, intently watching a wisp as it cut across the field.
The wisp floated towards JanNar and began to whisper, as it did so it's shape changed. It became humanoid in form....but featureless, the face a smooth blank. A look of disdain crossed JanNar's face as she raised the hoe to strike it. It stumbled back, further, it began to lose shape.
The wisp floated towards KeTaRo beginning its whispered song. Again it started to change, but halted as KeTaRo ask it questions. With each question the shape defined itself further and further until it was a well defined sheep. KeTaRo smiled kindly, patting the sheep on its head and saying some kind words. The sheep trotted away leaving KeTaRo's sphere of perception, becoming a formless wisp once more.
My writings have a tendency to alter people's mental structure.
If you are biased (and who isn't) you will either agree or disagree. You may be angered or simply consider my writings stupid.
The brain is amazingly lazy. When the brain forms a belief it's a form of shorthand. A gestalt that prevents most people from any further thinking on the subject. So when a person's gestalt is pinged on, the person does an automatic knee jerk reaction.
This is why it's so hard to have a thoughtful conversation between just two people of different beliefs.
They aren't really thinking, they are justifying their lazy brain's shorthand.
To add insult to the mix, the brain encases the gestalt with a sense of ownership. It becomes part of you. Therefore, to ask that you divest yourself from this belief can be like asking you to cut off an arm.
Beliefs can be very painful to truly think about.
I do not write to cause pain. I do not write to justify my beliefs.
I write perspectives, that I hope, will be of benefit to you and others.
To Your Great health.
Your Humble Servant,
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