can you not have a thought about it? yes, can you cease to have a thought about a thought? yes, eventually you will forget it. or can you? I believe this thought wanted to evolve it's self. perhaps experience nirvana.

p.s. s.o.s. help I'm a body that has a thought in me that believes it is a soul! and that freaks me out.

p.p.s. I believe the bodies are waking up finally, what a relief I thought they would stay that way forever, I thought they would never evolve past that state.

asked 12 Jan '13, 01:20

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edited 12 Jan '13, 01:33

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(12 Jan '13, 01:22) Barry Allen ♦♦

Got it. thx

(12 Jan '13, 01:27) deleterjoe
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you can' t get over it. you can' t understand this if you're short. or tall. oh I am utterly and totally sorry for writing only that. Don' t have an emotion about it good or bad. emotions do generate inside of you. try not having a thought about that. nirvana maybe it exists. oh so sorry off topic again must be my hdhdhdhdhdhdhdhd reality. super hd high definition. the longer it takes me to define a second the longer, it takes. what is a life but the flap of a butterfly wings. the air moving though a breath of God's thought about it, or the judgements it has about it. This especially applies to those who get it. what ever that particular emotion you had to getting it, us that was you, your thought about it. imagine that which has not been imagined by any being before you. how about I imagine everyone getting over all their insecurities together.


answered 12 Jan '13, 01:37

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"How about I imagine everyone getting over all their insecurities together." Great thoughts! @deleterjoe

(14 Jan '13, 02:10) ursixx

All of these that you are thinking, does it really matter? Because no one will know the answer to it, maybe even after you die.

I used to think the same way as you, trying to figure out a lot of things we don't know about ourselves and the universe, questions such as whether ghosts exist or do we really have a soul, until I got fed up of all of it and decide to just leave them at one side. And I definitely feel a lot more less burdened and happier after not thinking about such questions so much anymore.

Of course, when the opportunity comes for me to find out the answers, I still would go ahead, but for now it is just something that I try to leave aside in a corner of my heart and not it affect my life that much, since you do not know when you will ever find the answers to such questions.


answered 14 Jan '13, 06:29

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@kakaboo, of course it doesn't matter. Nothing does. All questions are just reflections of inner desires. You can tell by questions people ask, what causes their suffering, sometimes so subtle it's hard to notice.

If you abandon all questions and answers, all burdens will disappear. Although, these kind of questions are better than the ones you can find definite answer to. For you will be able to abandon then faster. The ones you find answer to just perpetuate asking more questions....

(14 Jan '13, 07:38) CalonLan
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