> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "jim_flanegin" <jflanegi@>
> > Seeing things as they are, and not being able to open one's
> > will create a very lonely person. It is as if the intellect is
> > nearly transparent, and yet because the heart's love has not yet
> > become universal, the ego usurps the intellect for itself,
> > unfavorable comparisons of nearly everything and everyone to
> Just a thought: When a person sees someone or something
> very important to them constantly rather cruelly and
> thoughtlessly mocked and demeaned, it does hurt them
> right in the heart.
> How they respond to that pain is another issue, but it
> doesn't really make sense to suggest that their heart
> isn't open. It has opened at least to the person or
> thing that is being attacked, which is why it's so
So when Barry "mocks" and "demeans" (at least from your point of
view) TM, MMY and other things both real and conceptually that are
important to you and he does it in a cruel and thoughtless way, does
it hurt you in the heart?
If your answer is "no", does that mean that your heart isn't open to
If "yes", does that mean it was?
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