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Subject:  Re: The vote of every thinking person Date:  11/16/2012  4:37 PM
Author:  ariechert Number:  655545 of 756422

"Art, I don't mean assimilation in that everyone engages in groupthink and says only things that are politically correct. We have PA for that." - twopairfullhouse


Could you not tell from my post that I was referring to "why we are here?" My main concern is answering life's most profound and important questions. What happens here only concerns me in relationship to the much deeper spiritual questions about life after death. I care very little what happens in this life and almost nothing about politics.

The education of the soul is too important to leave up to chance. There is no escaping duality and separation. Worrying and arguing about it are pointless because it isn't going to go away. Duality and separation are inherent and inescapable properties of the physical universe and will always exist.

And it has everything to do with "why we are here."

Art
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