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|Posted By: Stephen Mcknight|
Posted On: Aug 25, 2004
|Posted By: Keith Mayes|
Posted On: Sep 12, 2004
Loved reading your posting!!! Lots to think about there all right! Wow!
No, I don't think you are mad, because as I think like you do that would mean that I thought myself mad as well, and I don't. Others may.
A you say, it is not possible to argue against the idea that everything we see and experience may be created by ourselves. I in fact sometimes wonder if we create the future by what we think, that because we may think it be possible to one day teleport ourselves from one place to another, we may bring that about, because we thought it may happen. If you see what I mean?
Perhaps we even create the laws of nature as we go along? Maybe the universe is not 'set in stone', but is yet to be determined, by our thoughts and actions? The future may not exist, there may be no future, only the 'now' that we experience, that is all we can experience, we can't experience the past or future. There is no past, it is only a 'now' that no longer exists?
Once you start to think like this, it can cause serious brain damage and sleepless nights. Lots of fun though!
Thanks for your posting, most enjoyable, well done.
|Posted By: Bill|
Posted On: Nov 13, 2004
|Posted By: Mike S|
Posted On: Aug 17, 2005
Well, if this idea is true,
that only our mind exist and that it makes up everything else ( as well as other persons )
It doesn't make any difference.
Subjects like physics and Cosmology
are also unaffected, and still pose the same problems as before.
I think similar thoughts ar common in teenage years, as part of realising our dependence
on exterior things and people, as well as our privacy.