how does Mrs. Loeb (La Machine) distinguish between
'truth' and 'not truth'? What is truth for Paul is a
lie for Peter and vice versa. Is 'she' Mrs Peter or
Truth is not better identifiable than reality. Or:
'quality', which aslo may be bad or good, depending on
the special interests.
Then again I would completely leave out the Christian,
Muslim, Voodoo, or Peruvian religious connotations
from such discussion.
If there are (at least) two religions, (at least) one
I trust the L-ian 'monologue' only if it is included
in continuous checking of 'other' 3rd person opinions,
not imbibed in the earlier personal 1st pers.
experience - which becomes quicklly obsolete. It may
be a 'funny' monologue with asking always others'
opinions to formulate a decision. Asking a god is
better: I can always quote a response fitting my
taste. In the "scripts' there are ambiguous and
controversially quotable passages, especially if no
discussion is allowed.
--- Bruno Marchal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Le 20-févr.-06, à 21:00, uv a écrit :
> >> "Conversations with God" by Neale Donald Walsch
> (Hodder and
> > Stoughton
> >> 1995) is "a bloddy good read" as we like to say
> here in Australia
> > I think myself that one problem with such books is
> that they are very
> > Christian oriented.
> This is perhaps already present in the title which
> "dares" to name the
> unnameable. But it could be a sort of joke.
> Normally a Lobian entity will not say she has a
> conversation with
> "God", but with herself.