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Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
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Subject: Re: Alan Blumlein site
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Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 19:12:13 +0100
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"Peter Nolan" wrote in message
> > And moreover a genius is a medium, who can express the energy
> > through him. It is Existence that gives him the ability to create,
> > cannot even credit this particular person.
> > Love Ban
> Hello Ban,
> I agree with you although perhaps we all express "the energy" passing
> through us in one way or another. I'm not too sure what you mean by
> Existence but that's ok. No problem. Who knows?
> I have a question here. When we say or do anything is it the body that
> is the most important component or is it the soul occupying that body
> that is finding expression? I'm inclined to think it may be a
> combination of the two. So maybe I have the soul of an artist but
> inhabit a body that compells me to be a highly polarised technical
> type to whom the Mona Lisa means zip. How can we discover the nature
> of our souls confused as we must be by what our bodies appear to have
> us think and feel?
> Anyway I'm confused!
> I wonder if Alan Blumlein has returned to earth and what is he doing
> right now if he has.
> I have a suspicion he might be Kevin Aylward trying to set the record
What *are* you dudes waffling on about. There is no bloody soul or daft
"life energy". Our consciousness is a result of conventional, but
complicated *physical* process in the brain, and in some cases, these
processes seemed to have been prematurely terminated by way of toooo
many postings to news groups.
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