geege4 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 13:34:14 PDT 2011
> I will say this:
> Reason is an effort to know the unknown, and intuition is the happening of
> the unknowable. To penetrate the unknowable is possible but to explain it
> is not.
> The feeling is possible; the explanation is not. The more you try to
> explain it, the more closed you will become, so do not try. Let reason work
> in its own field, but remeber continuously that there are deeper realms.
> There are deeper reasons, which reason cannot understand. Higher reasons,
> which reason is incapable of conceiving."
<The power that man has over nature and himself, and that a dog lacks, lies
in his command of imaginary experience.>
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