Just to be clear, at no time have I said I was in the highest state of human 
development. The way I learned it, according to Maharishi, was that 
enlightenment meant simply, normal, and everything continues from there, as it 
always has. Draw your own conclusions. 
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <curtisdeltablues@...> wrote :

 
 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <fleetwood_macncheese@...> wrote :

 I have no problem with your friendship with Ann - As she responded, she 
suspects some of what I said is accurate,

M: That would require her to believe that you know my feelings when reading 
posts or whether or not I even read posts between other people here. It would 
be equally bogus for her as it is for you who made this absurd claim. I was a 
bit disappointed when I read that.

 J: but doesn't let that deter a friendship with you. I don't play the chimp's 
games, and you, like the chimp, seem to have a difficult time reconciling, one 
the one hand, denying that I am enlightened, while finding enlightenment a 
bogus concept, to begin with. A Big Confusing Issue with you two. I recommend 
TM for both of you for awhile, say 50 years?? Better get started... :-)

M: Nothing confusing about those two things at all Jim. The more you insist you 
are in the highest state of human development the more glaring the contrast 
with what  and how you post here.   




 

  ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <curtisdeltablues@...> wrote : 
 I'm sure Ann appreciates your straightening her out about me Jim. She was 
making the mistake of trusting her own impression, but now has the enlightened 
perspective from you on my dark motives and inner thoughts.

At first I wondered how you could know about my inner feelings or whether or 
not I even read posts between other posters, but then I remembered: Jim is in a 
superior state of mind and it made more sense. I was amazed that you nailed me 
on "exploiting" Barry's posts although I am still a bit unclear how this 
actually plays out in the, outside of Jim's enlightened head, world.

Thanks for clearing up any confusion about my dark motives, because for a 
second, I read your whole intention as acting out a kindergarten sandbox 
emotional level scene:"NO, Ann is MY friend".
 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <fleetwood_macncheese@...> wrote :

 So, you must be a man of deep capacity to be able to hold within your 
appreciation myself and someone as different as I am in the form of bawee. 
Maybe one day I'll get there too.
 

 Something to point out, about Curtis, Ann -- Rather than an expression of his 
social flexibility and capacity to entertain multiple points of view, Curtis 
enjoys Barry's anti-social nature, and exploits it fully. This way, he enjoys 
the vicarious pleasure of watching Barry insult and abuse others endlessly, and 
at the same time, tries to ensure by his uber reasonableness, and kumbaya 
attitude, that none of the stink gets on him, personally.
 Curtis is Barry's puppet-master.
 

 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <awoelflebater@...> wrote :

 
 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <curtisdeltablues@...> wrote :

 I may not respond point by point Ann. You and I have our clear channel. I 
think we get each other. I am more of a one one one poster here. Steve nailed 
me recently. He said I respond to everyone in sympathetic response to how they 
respond to me. That was a typical insightful naildown from my brother Steve.

You and I do not agree with our perspectives on Barry. But you have separated 
your view of him from my friendliness toward him. I can't tell you how much I 
appreciate that Ann. You are a friend here.  And in my world. I can be friends 
with you AND Barry and appreciate you both for different reasons. That is how I 
roll.  I think you roll that way too. Robin was unable to allow me to be 
connected to people who were hostile toward him and still be friendly with him. 
You seem able to go beyond this. I like you, and I like Barry. What you do 
between yourselves is none of my business. 

Does that work for you?
 

 Ahhh, now I get to talk to you friend to friend. Curtis, you know I support 
you 100% in what I see as your diligent and love-inspired passionate pursuit of 
your art, your music. No one can ever take that away from you. As an artist you 
are rarified, you are special because artists have to wade through tough, 
weed-choked waters. There is little money in it and there is the need to keep 
moving on and progressing even when things seem to have become comfortable and 
even profitable in their way. But real artists are never at rest, so it can be 
grueling and bone-racking. But, I digress.
 

 Of course I can appreciate/like someone who likes or believes in something I 
either dislike or don't ascribe to. bawee commented on my applauding Gervais as 
if I didn't realize he was an athiest. C'mon, really? Of course I can 
appreciate someone who may believe very different things than I do - especially 
when it comes to something as silly as religion or lack of it. But let's not 
talk about bawee, I have my hands full just smacking him into line day after 
day - it is an exhausting pursuit but someone has to do it so I sacrifice 
myself on the wheel of necessity. There will be some reward in heaven for my 
efforts, I am sure.
 

 Curtis, this old internet world is a funny one. Before FFL I never 
participated in any forums and so I had to figure stuff out. One thing is that 
while I am a straight shooter (whatever anyone sees of me here is exactly how I 
am in the flesh) I don't believe this holds true for some others here. For some 
reason forums are an opportunity to become another part of who they are, or 
they simply create something they wished  they were. I don't know and I don't 
care. We all operate from where we feel comfortable or even from where we can 
push ourselves as a sort of exercise in pressing personal limits. But whatever 
it is, some simply cross the bounds of decency (and I use that word in the old 
fashioned sense, decency being what is civil, sensitive and truthful). They 
commit a kind of trespass on the sensibilities of those who are effected by 
such things. They act like a sort of emotional jack hammer. It's simply not 
what I seek out in life where so much is beautiful and delicate and can enter 
your life as the subtlest whisper of revelation and even promise. Jack hammers 
are a dime a dozen.
 

 So, you must be a man of deep capacity to be able to hold within your 
appreciation myself and someone as different as I am in the form of bawee. 
Maybe one day I'll get there too.
 

 



 

 

































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