Gora (1902-1975) was a friend of Gandhi. He was an atheist, & demonstrated to Gandhi that a person could be moral & not religious.
He officiated weddings, but only if the marriage was across caste lines. He deliberately violated superstitions & the taboo to show we can break free from baseless fears.
Gora wrote a newspaper column about the mistakes he made & what he learned from them. The column was called "I Learn."
We can learn from mistakes. We can be fearless.
"Those sketches I made the other day, Saul thought...
but the screen asked him:
IS THE THOUGHT OF A UNICORN A REAL THOUGHT? 🦄
... and he suddenly understood for the first time what the words 'a real thought' meant; what Hegel meant by defining the Absolute Idea as pure thought thinking about pure thought; what Bishop Berkeley meant by denying the reality of the physical world in seeming contradiction of all human experience and common sense;
the world really is flat to flat earthers
as the nervous system evolved from unicelled consciousness (1D) to reptile (2D), that being exists in 2 dimensions
humans later developed tools and did ancestor worship creating the 3rd dimension which are semantic reality-maps, eh euclids geometry an shit, if the nervous system evolved differently we'd see space differently
anyway flat earthers are stuck in pre-mammalian consciousness like practically everybody so i don't blame them
The wisdom of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970).
Hot Off The Press: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nO9aot9RgQcd
Max Cooper - Repetition
probably inspired by The Free Mantra of Sri Syadasti Syadavaktavya Syadasti Syannasti Syadasti Cavaktavyasca Syadasti Syannasti Syadavatavyasca Syadasti Syannasti Syadavaktavyasca
All statements are true in some sense, false in some sense, meaningless in some sense, true and false in some sense, true and meaningless in some sense, false and meaningless in some sense, and true and false and meaningless in some sense.
Church of the SubGenius Members-Only MastoDobbs.