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|anything else is not only impossible, but the mark of a fake messiah. [The |
Savior's Manual] - Bach, Richard Not being known doesn't stop the truth
from being true. - Bach, Richard Error always addresses the passions and
|The truth that makes men free is for the most part the truth which men prefer not to |
hear. Herbert Agar ... Michel Audiard (French playwright and film director, 1920 −
1985) Not being known doesn't stop the truth from being true. Richard Bach ...
|Inquisitorial System: Quaerere dat sapere quae sunt legitima vere L., to |
investigate is the way to know what things are ... IV; “Not being known doesn't
stop the truth from being true”, Aristotle, Metaphysics (Book 4); “Tell all the Truth
but tell it ...
|As I wrote the chapter on reincarnation, I organized the story so even I |
understood it more easily and maybe you won't require twenty years. ...
Remember always that God's truth doesn't require your belief to go on being true,
but on the other hand, ... It is hard to see at first how such a little person in the
universe could even be noticed, but it is not hard to see how one ... Reincarnation
will hold each tube in place so the hologram doesn't stop existing even if you are
in-between lives, but ...
|But like every good actor, you know you are not what you are appearing as. ... |
And no statement about how to get there is true either, because what gets one
person there doesn't get another person there. ... The most enlightened being
can't speak the Truth?” No. It's never been done, and it never will be done. The
only thing ... When you start to see this, you stop looking for the Truth in anything
Martin Gustafsson, Richard Sørli - 2011 - Preview
|And it is not correct to say that he doesn't know it, because to say that would be to |
deny what we have already attributed to him in saying that he knows that it's a
goldfinch: namely, an entitlement to act on its not being a stuffed goldfinch. ... The
propositions we know are ones we are able (for present intents and purposes) to
prove true and on which we are entitled to act. ... novelty of my thesis, that 'I know
that p' and 'I don't know that p' are not exhaustive, casts serious doubt on its truth.
|Does happiness and sadness not come and go, and I am the one who watches |
that happen? No matter ... Who amI? Do I have to see myself to know that I exist?
... As a truth seeker, one mustbe careful about dismissing any part of life. ... Until
eventually you realize maybethe personI am right now doesn't know what's best
too? Maybe it's Life lookingafter me that stops me getting what I think about and
desire? ... On the contrary, as a seeker, one must live life fully; this is not quite
|There's one thing about which I would like to be completely clear: If we want to |
stop suffering, if we really want to bring an end to ... “Waking up” means
awakening to the truth of our being, and it also means waking up from a whole
host of illusions. ... Coming to the end of suffering has to do with reality and truth,
with what's real as opposed to what's not real, and ... doesn't really want to merge
back with the source, but would rather pay the price and stand up as a separate
being, no ...
|But the fact is that it is just not true. So it is not that you can stop doing that dance, |
or that you should try to do so, because that is just another aspect of the belief
that I am ... then you want to know that, because it is really you here, and the only
way you can know that is to look at yourself. ... It will naturally follow from that that
you will speak to your son and your boyfriend from the truth, and not from any
scheme ... It doesn't matter whether this character is out dancing with suicidal
|We can't ask which really does the work, or whether the disjunction is made truer, |
like an object being moved more ... If we did pursue the analogy while forgetting
this point of contrast, then when we ascribed the truth-making to something that
makes true without being made true, ... if it doesn't run in a circle then there never
is a completed series of terms of the series. ... So we not merely must stop at
some p, but there must be some p stopping at which finishes that particular