and so it begins

April 30, 2007

And begins with an argument of a sort. As I was writing my bio for this blog I was sharing it with a good friend of mine. I wrote “… once one is God”. He suggested “when one realizes they are one with God”, to which I responded: “there is only God”. And he said: “we have to deal with duality as a reality, just to get things communicated in the world, even though it isn’t real” To which I say: we have to deal with reality and communicate it in the world, so that there will be no more need for illusions. What’s the point of being God if we have to pretend that we aren’t one?

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