> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "jim_flanegin" <jflanegi@>
> > Hi, I appreciate your comments and questions, but I find myself
> > unable to respond to each of them, just as an artist would find
> > difficult to justify or explain each brushstroke, or a poet each
> > line of a poem.
> > What I expressed was the exposition of a single thought and
> > in a very specific context. The singularity expressed transcends
> > elements.
> > I have read through my posting here, and wouldn't make any
> > to it. So I am left with the impression that you question or
> > disagree with some of it.
> > I am not copping out, or finding your comments not worth a
> > so please don't misunderstand me. I just don't know what else to
> > to you to clarify or justify further what I have written.
> I am not arguing, or necessariliy disagreeing with most of what you
> said, but rather raising some additional points. Its true, two
> different people can arrive at two different interpretations of the
> same event -- in this case, a satsang.
> My broader point is that, as above, experiences also have multiple
> possible valid interpretations. What I find odd -- not referring to
> you post specifically -- in some discusssions some posters react
> negatively to suggestions that alterntive interpretations of
> experiences might be valid -- or at least of use to explore. (Just
> multiple interpreations are possible as to what happens in satsangs
> generally. In which case, across many satsangs, I would expect both
> models sometimes fit.)
Yep. Just speaking for myself (after all, that is all I can speak
for...) I respond to posts as accurately and honestly as possible,
which I have seen you do as well.
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