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Are we missing something?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Power Stone, Aug 6, 2020.

  1. Power Stone

    Power Stone Unknown Member

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    Is there anybody else out there who thinks we're missing something when it comes to the secrets of our existence?
     
    #1 Power Stone, Aug 6, 2020
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  2. Tony Bristow-Stagg

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    Yes - Regards Tony
     
  3. epronovost

    epronovost Well-Known Member

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    What do you mean by that? It's not exactly a "secret" that all of us are born from our parents and to do that they got busy (wink-wink).
     
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    I think that's something the vast majority agree on.
     
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  5. Power Stone

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    I get the feeling you're referring to something scientific rather than spiritual
     
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    Missing something spiritually
     
  7. JustGeorge

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    Actually, I meant both, although it would probably mean something spiritual to spiritual people, and something scientific to non-spiritual people.
     
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  8. epronovost

    epronovost Well-Known Member

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    Missing something spiritually? It seems to be that you created yourself a problem by not even understanding your own questions. The answer could be right under your nose, but you might not have noticed it.
     
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  9. Power Stone

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    I get a sense something's missing. So a question as to what's missing is irrelevant.
     
  10. epronovost

    epronovost Well-Known Member

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    That's a very self-contradictory statement. You have a sense that something's missing, but you don't want to know what nor are you interested to find out what could be missing or even if your senses or intuition aren't deceiving you in manner or not. You're not exactly cut for investigative inquiries are you?
     
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  11. sun rise

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    Yes but the question is complex even though it seems simple. I miss the realization of my innermost nature so I feel that missing.
     
  12. Power Stone

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    I've pondered it yes. When I said it's irrelevant I meant irrelevant to your quick perceived response of saying I didn't understand my own questions instead of just asking me what I think is missing.
     
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    Furthermore im out of questions so I when a new question pops up I'll let you know but in the meantime I guess questions are irrelevant ha ha
     
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    Yup :) but it might be we looking to hard after it too, maybe it is right in front of us :)
     
  15. Amanaki

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    Most people does not look under their own nose for answers :p
     
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  16. Power Stone

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    Hopefully it is
     
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    Perhaps I'm looking under someone else's nose Haha
     
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  18. epronovost

    epronovost Well-Known Member

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    In my experience soul-sickness is often cure by the tender kiss of a love one so in effect under the nose of someone else. have you tried it?
     
  19. Power Stone

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    Haha
     
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    Yes, and I believe it is called knowledge - of so many things that we still don't understand - and I suspect it will be so for some time (beyond my life and all others here no doubt). Does that upset me? No, since we seem to know enough to make a go of life if we used what we do know in a fruitful manner.
     
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