--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, anonymousff <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "jim_flanegin" 
> wrote:
> >
> > 
> > And two, it is a healthy thing to do in speaking about it
> [enlightenment]  as if it is just another experience. Because it
> is...just...another...experience. 
> And yet so many disagree that it is an experience (if that implies 
> experiencer) and so many disagree that it is not special. 

I am trying hard to stay away from the 'specialness' of it, because 
I think that causes a lot of confusion in a seeker's mind about what 
it is, and the (im)possiblity of attainment. It certainly did for me.
> So many distinct views of enlightenemnt, it makes on pause for a
> moment to wonder if maybe some are speaking of different things.

Yes, the enlightened speak about enlightenment. The almost 
enlightened imagine enlightenment, colored by their almost 
> Its such a joy that in this age of enlightenment everyone seems 
> and joyous to define enlightenment any way they think is "neat" and
> then claim it. Sort of like drawing circles, a target, around an 
> you already shot. On the broadside of the barn. While the fat lady
> sings. Its such a joy.

Does sarcasm really assist this discussion?
> Cake anyone?

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