That should be clear enough dear Share - I'm accusing Xeno of hiding under his garb of self-effacing, self-abnegating philosophy. Because he has had no experience he has to hide under the Neo-advaitic garbage which is revealed by his malicious agenda.
How can I ever accuse anyone of not having emotions - calling him a robot so he can look at his bullshit philosophy and hypocrisy. On Jun 19, 2013, at 12:48 PM, Share Long <sharelon...@yahoo.com> wrote: > dear Ravi, how can a person have the characteristic of lacking emotions and > at the same time be jealous, malicious and feel threatened?! > > > From: Ravi Chivukula <chivukula.r...@gmail.com> > To: "FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com> > Sent: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 2:26 PM > Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: someone who understands M.E. > > > Xeno - you bet your sorry, pathetic, robotic ass I think you are an > unoriginal, unremarkable, unperceptive, boring robot. You can't even be sure > you are a robot, as you remarked to Richard/Paligap. > > Judy's right - you are threatened by Robin, you are jealous of Robin - the > fact that you keep dropping suggestions that he may be sociopathic or > psychotic points to your malice. > > You were bested by Robin every time you had a discussion where he > methodically ripped apart your pseudo-Eastern, Buddhist, neo-advaita, > Adyashantic, self-effacing, self-abnegating philosophy and your hilarious, > stupid spiritual experiences that have rendered you so unperceptive, > inauthentic and boring. Robin's discussions here with various posters have no > bearing to what happened 25 years, the fact that you think interactions on > FFL compare to what happened in his cult is just pure dishonesty and malice. > > These characteristics of yours - lack of emotions, lack of remorse makes you, > as I said before the most likeliest person to be sociopathic. But I'm neither > dishonest nor malicious to ever suggest that. > > What a clueless idiot you are - OMFG !!! > > On Jun 19, 2013, at 11:46 AM, "Xenophaneros Anartaxius" > <anartax...@yahoo.com> wrote: > >> >> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <authfriend@...> wrote: >> > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Xenophaneros Anartaxius" >> > <anartaxius@> wrote: >> >> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <authfriend@> wrote: >> >>> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Xenophaneros Anartaxius" >> >>> <anartaxius@> wrote: >> >>>> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <authfriend@> wrote: >> >>>>> There's no basis for you to have such suspicions. As I >> >>>>> said, they're born of personal hostility. >> >>>> >> >>>> Robin's past history is no basis for having a suspicion? >> >>> >> >>> Let's restore what I was responding to from you so >> >>> we know what the context was: >> >>> >> >>> "Now, some think he is better, and others think his >> >>> recriminations concerning his past are a ruse. Based >> >>> on his last appearance here, I still have suspicions. >> >>> What else could I say if I think this?" >> >>> >> >>> Now, did you have a comment you wanted to make on my >> >>> response that sticks with the actual context? >> >> >> >> I have no personal animosity toward Robin. Your surmise in this >> >> instance is incorrect. >> > >> > And this assertion of yours in no way removes my suspicions >> > about your motives, which I cannot know directly but only >> > infer from the way you write. What else could I say if I >> > think this? >> > >> >> I wish him well in his quest to become a better human being >> >> than he apparently was. This in no way removes my suspicions >> >> about his motives. Your attempt to inject malice into this >> >> discussion (post #347412) is an attempt to characterise the >> >> discussion on the basis of an emotional characteristic which >> >> I assure you I do not posses in this post or the previous >> >> ones in this thread. >> > >> > I don't believe you, sorry. I think you possess *exactly* >> > those emotional characteristics. >> > >> > (snip) >> >> 10.He is very intelligent. My question is will >> >> he use that intelligence well in relation >> >> to others, for he did have adverse reactions >> >> from some on FFL who had online discussions >> >> with him. >> > >> > Your "adverse reactions" to his discussions with you >> > among them. I would find your claim not to possess a >> > malicious intent toward Robin more credible if you >> > didn't keep making unpleasant comments about him >> > long after your discussions with him were over, even >> > when he's no longer around. >> > >> > I don't think you could make a solid case for his >> > "recriminations" (wrong word, BTW) being a "ruse" if >> > your life depended on it. I think your "suspicions" >> > are inspired by the fact that he was not impressed by >> > your "philosophy" or your claims about your >> > experience of consciousness. >> > >> Some news snippets concerning emotion in men and women: >> >> 'The real difference in emotion between the sexes might lie in emotional >> intelligence rather than feelings of anger, sadness or depression. >> Scientists consistently find that women possess higher levels of emotional >> intelligence than men, characterized by a sense of empathy and understanding >> of others' emotions.' >> >> 'Instead of experiencing the emotions of others, the men in these studies >> simply recognized these emotions, and then started searching for solutions. >> The rational parts of their brains trumped emotion, with men switching into >> problem-solving mode as the women empathized.' >> >> Ravi, for example, thinks I am pretty much of a robot, if I interpret what >> he says correctly. Your writing is filled with emotional words, which to me >> simply seem like projection, for I see the situations we 'discuss' usually >> as not a matter of emotion or of feelings, except perhaps classical music. >> It is just the relationship of certain data, how it fits or does not fit >> together. Empathy has no part in it. I am told I am loving but not >> empathetic nor sympathetic. This is in fact, a sociopathic trait, at least >> as viewed by outside behaviour. This is one idea that led me to hypothesise >> that Robin might have these traits as well. >> >> This might seem like a contradiction to a woman, to experience love but not >> empathy or sympathy - it seems to me women's emotional states penetrate much >> further into every aspect of their experience than men's. I think this is >> why Barry is able to yank your chain, as an illustration. While he proposes >> various scenarios that seem to have emotional value in them, for him there >> is probably little or no emotional value, and it is not a serious matter >> with him. But perhaps you take those prompts more seriously because of the >> way you are wired up and see them as more significant; you do not respond as >> if it were a joke. >> >> Your writing appears to me to have an excess of drama in the way you express >> yourself when you are using emotional words. This is not always the case, >> but with things that seem to be important to you, it does seem to be the >> case, to me at any rate. >> >> Regarding my 'philosophy', I am sure Robin did not appreciate it, nor I his. >> As for my consciousness, it has been pretty much the same since as long as I >> can remember (4 or 5 years old), so there is nothing remarkable there. There >> were some unusual experiences along the way, but I think those are mostly >> done with. >> >> Note that the statements herein are hypotheses, not facts. > > > > Reply via web post Reply to sender Reply to group Start a New > Topic Messages in this topic (82) > RECENT ACTIVITY: New Members 2 New Photos 2 > Visit Your Group > To subscribe, send a message to: > fairfieldlife-subscr...@yahoogroups.com > > Or go to: > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FairfieldLife/ > and click 'Join This Group!' > Switch to: Text-Only,