Much like Charlie Rose, is my inspiration to the ways of an interview...
...though getting to the 'show' late myself ...apparently it was originally Siskel, then came Roper, who joined Ebert in Television, and Movie reviews...
In recognition, and hopes of continuing inspiration...that we should keep "...caring deeply about the human emotions and aspirations that [are] represented...", while giving a balanced dissection and review to the content...
So many interesting and important to me issues come up here in the boards...
I wanted to try to contribute without entanglement, or going off-topic...or on a tangent...or getting caught in a battle...
Guns, Popes, Labels, Social-structure, belief-systems...it just goes on! Where to start??
I started with a loose response, incited by the "all gun hype in America" thread...
As someone here on the forums so eloquently put it (paraphrase) “one’s
Krishnamurti: “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”krishnamurtiI once had a disturbed young man come to a meditation class I was teaching in Edinburgh. As we’d gathered and during the meditationOriginally Posted by -Marka
Fuzzy-linear logic .
or Fuzzear logic?
The colloquial assessment of insanity is to practice duplicate operations repeatedly, yet continuing to assume a different result will appear each time..
Perhaps we're missing something in these operations though, if so... it seems that what was missing in the previous operations, is not discovered, acquired, or implemented in any of the remaining operations to come..
The colloquial assessment of depression
I just finished reading 26 pages of civil-legal biz, had a look at the site rules update too...thought I'd unwind my mental-legal-mainspring...a bit...<br>
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