--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, turquoiseb <no_reply@...> wrote: > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Robin Carlsen" <maskedzebra@> wrote: > > > > You stay out of this, Barry. You have no business > > interfering in my relationship with Curtis. What do > > you know about FRIENDSHIP? This is something that > > Curtis and I are working out, and you only make > > things worse. Please, I ask you, Barry: leave us > > alone. I don't try to butt into your friendship > > with Curtis, so go take a long walk off a short pier.
STOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPID. What a *hoot*. No wonder Curtis wasn't touching this with a ten- foot pole. He'd prefer not to *advertise* the fact that he has such a dimwit for a cheerleader and protector and friend. > Fuck off and die, you cultist asshole. :-) > > Seriously, it is an indication of the extent of > your "boundary violation" issues that you don't > see that on a public forum I have *just* as much > right to comment on your *obvious* tactics as > anyone else. You'd *like* to be able to ply those > tactics without anyone commenting on them, as > would those who run similar numbers, but just as > you guys feel free to comment on your version of > what our "motivations" are, we can comment on > yours. What you don't like is that we CAN. > > The bottom line is still the bottom line. If any > of you were as "advanced" or as "evolved" or as > "important" as you like to pretend to be, WHAT > WOULD IT MATTER what anyone said about you? > > But it seems to matter to you a great deal. What > you propose as an explanation of this? > > You HAVE no "relationship" with Curtis. You've > interacted with him a few times on an Internet > forum. The rest is all in your head. *As* were > any ideas of your own "enlightenment* IMO. :-) > You may choose to treat these things as reality. > I prefer to treat them as what they are -- your > fantasy notions of what reality would be if it > just catered to your whims and ego-desires. :-) > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, turquoiseb <no_reply@> wrote: > > > > > > Gawd, he's still trying to rope Curtis into interacting > > > with him. Since abuse hasn't done it, he's trying the > > > honey trap. What a twat. :-) > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Robin Carlsen" <maskedzebra@> > > > wrote: > > > > > > > > You are honest, Curtis. This piece is honest. It is a valid analysis of > > > > the claims of higher states of consciousness. I liked it very much. I > > > > wish I had read it immediately upon coming down from that mountain; it > > > > might have saved me (and others) a lot of grief. I don't think you know > > > > quite what you are saying here; your agenda is other than what it is > > > > you are writing about. Nevertheless it is a clear and cogent critique > > > > of the inadequate scrutiny that is given to enlightenment. I go along > > > > with most of what you say. I think, though, that sometimes you may be > > > > being driven to a certain conclusion before you have entirely studied > > > > all the facts. I could be wrong about this, however. One thing is for > > > > sure: I think you nailed it. There can be no doubt about this. But I > > > > have some faint feeling that I am not, at times, in perfect agreement > > > > with you. Perhaps, though, this will pass. It's good--I think all of it > > > > is good. But somehow there is something missing here--Maybe it's in me. > > > > That could be. I have been known to not quite get what is happening in > > > > the right way. But I think people here in FFL can benefit from your > > > > post--as I have. It seems we almost can make a new beginning > > > > here--assuming I have understood you correctly--and I believe I have. I > > > > am sorry if I have been insensitive to what you were trying to say in > > > > the past; but those days, they seem pretty much over to me. I think we > > > > can just believe in ourselves, without having to get all upset with > > > > either what you say to me, or what I say to you. This seems the very > > > > best way to not have any issues come up between us. I am a man of my > > > > word; and I give it here, Curtis: you are just my happy friend again. > > > > And it feels right to me. But I want this mood to persist throughout > > > > the day. I know it will, but I have not practiced this long enough to > > > > have the confidence I know I will have if by the time tonight comes I > > > > am still in this present state. Which seems pretty normal to me. Now I > > > > am saying perhaps something very subtle here, but I know you, of all > > > > people on FFL, will get it. And that will have to be enough for me. > > > > Thank you very much for writing this, Curtis. It has helped me.