Friday, 16 September 2016



visions and infinity

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  1. I've decided I shall create my own religion heavily based on your teachings. I could probably make a decent sum too.

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    1. the nature of the world is to prefer nonsense to sense

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    3. with r/zen you can leave and come as you like with a mouse click and keyboard types

      it's not like the old days traveling possibly hundreds of miles and risking your life with thieves and wild animals



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      I'll preach the sepehr gospel if there's money involved

      but really that is one mad idea, where do you come up with such shit ?

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  2. Do you like Tove Jansson's Moomin?

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    1. her summers on remote islands inform her work with self awareness and solipsism !

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3nQ_ar_6Zk

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    2. those plastic table coverings remind me of my grandparent's homes

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    1. lol, what was wrong with the pic ?

      http://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/63/d6/a5/63d6a5acf553fcf3916c405a85beb23a.jpg

      tove is certainly an interesting person ?

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    3. I'm no antisemite, you idiot. I even like a lot of Jews. There's just a lot of crazy "globalist Jews" out there. It's kind of like how there are crazy Muslims or whatever -- it has nothing to do with race. It has everything to do with ideology.

      I even support the existence of Israel, I made that clear. I don't support globalism, such as the loss of cultural integrity to accepting a horde of illiterate migrants, which a few Jews have been pushing for, however.

      Also, I never denied the Holocaust. I acknowledged how stuff like human experimentation on Jews was real and extremely cruel. I just said I had some "hints", from someone in a top powerful position, that the six million number was a deliberate exaggeration and most of the deaths came from dissidents themselves, that's it. That is no way justifies the atrocities from the Axis powers.

      No group of individuals is pure or innocent in this life. I don't hate anyone for who they are, but I will call out their actions if I think they're unsavory.

      Anyways, Zakaj, why do you come on here? You even told me on messages that you don't like solitude in natural scenery. You said you don't even like taking solitary strolls in Solvenia.

      If you have a problem with me, be a man and take it up with me. I don't bring politics here because I know Andrew and Jason aren't interested in it.

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    4. My goal from reading 7thzenpatriarch is to foster an environment wherein I can receive solitude within natural scenery in order to create personal mythologies, based on my own experiences and imagination, for the sake of art I plan to create with my wife. Solitude is the soil and personal mythology are the seeds, and they are watered with contemplative, solitary time based on one's experiences. They, thus, rhizomatically grow and can be expressed in art.

      My wife and I want to write a children's story on the level of Beatrix Potter, Tasha Tudor, Tove Jansson, and Iris Grace's artwork. They all received solitude within natural scenery and "brought forth" their inner words to express through art aligned with Infinity. Their fiction is replete with their personal mythologies that has basis in their lived experiences and contemplative time within serene solitude.

      You are a piece of shit, Zakaj. I'm not even going to spend time constantly attacking your character besides putting forth these points: 1) you try to smear my image with your retarded accusations that're irrelevant to the theme of this community 2) you don't even care about solitude within natural scenery 3) you have an inferiority complex and don't care Slovenia's beautiful, serene environments 4) you live in a retarded fantasy where you think Star Trek future is possible, and so forth.

      GTFO, Zakaj. Your posts here have lately done nothing but rabble rouse others. Don't bring off-topic shit here.

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    5. The personal mythology should also be one's original voice, based on experience, and not imitation of others**.

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    7. Zakaj, stop gossiping about me:

      1) I already know what I plan to do in life, but you're the one all over the place. You made it clear you're not content living in a country with free healthcare, great natural scenery, and so forth because you "get bored easily". Why don't you deal with your own faults first? You even agreed with me that you are a boring person.

      3) Yes, I agree the USA has great scenery. I like North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains and Florida Keys, as I've said before. I don't see what that has to do with anything.

      Also, you do have an inferiority complex, but gossiping is not a part of these boards. I don't want to talk about it.

      4) I don't agree. Only the future can show which of us is right or wrong, and I don't really care about debating that. My point is, you're placing a lot of hope in that fantasy, that's it. You're not using your time to come to terms with the looming Melancholia planet.

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    2. sepehr, its hard to see why you removed this ?

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      Tove Jansson reportedly liked the 1990 anime adaptation of Moomins: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_hvZlL_XnQ

      "Moomin is the third anime adaptation based on the novels and comic strips. Before the production, author Tove Jansson was already displeased with the previous Moomin anime adaptation from 1969 due to how unfaithful the series' characters and stories were to her original source material.[2][3] Because of this, both of the first Moomin and New Moomin from 1972 were never distributed or aired outside Japan. Since 1981, Finnish animation and commercial producer Dennis Livson began to beg the rights from Tove and Lars Jansson to make another animated adaptation.[4] Eventually, Livson managed to win both of them over after they saw his previous produced animated series Alfred J Kwak, and rights for another series were obtained. A year later in Tokyo, Livson showed a small preview of the anime series for both Tove and Lars Jansson. According to Livson, Tove commented it by saying "Dom lever ju" ("They are living!”).[4]"

      The other anime adaptations are not as faithful, including the 1991 sequel. There are Moomin cafes in Japan, and the "Moomin boom" was big in both Finland and Japan.

      I actually bought the books to still read though, since the source material is always better. I heard the original books are better than the comic strips -- you actually linked some nice passages from the later ones.

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  6. what the fuck is with you guys and deleting your comments ? i mean andrew can see them still so it's not like you can hide that from him

    andrew was saying something about you guys wanting to make some image of yourself, well why don't you give it up ?

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    1. i repost the worthwhile material, seems to work !

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  7. I think it is important to distinguish fever dreams that're NOT aligned with infinity, which is normally induced by drugs, from fugue states aligned with infinity.

    The former is a kind of sickness, I feel. The latter is more of a blessing.

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  8. "so reddit zen is an argument back and forth about what zen is, but zen is simply what you make it, but no-one makes it they endlessly argue . .
    there are many questions to which there are no answers, that is, the answer is the direction taken in one’s life !"

    That's basically what a fever dream is like.

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    1. i don't take drugs if that's what you mean by a "fever dream"

      "there are many questions to which there are no answers, that is, the answer is the direction taken in one’s life !"

      i like that homily !

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    2. I meant to just quote this part...

      ""so reddit zen is an argument back and forth about what zen is,"

      That's basically what a fever dream is like.**

      Fever dreams can occur from a fever or drugs. When I was a kid, I would be fed bad food because my grandma and mom were stupid and didn't understand proper nutrition. I would become ill a lot and have fever dreams.

      I prefer the dreams that're more like fugues.

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    3. good comment sepehr, your real life, that's what makes tove jansson and the moomins so interesting, they were her parents and family !

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  9. " a biofilm problem or virus does that for me ! "


    that makes sense because I was especially angry when I had that virus, which was for a while, I think I might've caught it more than once ?

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  10. Fish collagen is even better:

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00N4XLE32/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    This is the bran I just used, and my brain feels extremely alive.

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    1. what do you think about the collagen ?

      i ordered the gelatin and am gonna try it out


      sepehr i started using dr ron's freeze died brain supplement, i feel like i've made some improvement but not sure how much, might be a waste of time and money

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  11. Ewk is just a retarded Hemulen. Don't waste your time with him. It's better to spend time more productively than to waste it on morons who aren't willing to listen. He's stuck in a rut for the rest of his life quoting scriptures and is too afraid to be a man who relies on his own experiences.

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    1. sometimes i feel life is like moomin valley ! : o)

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  12. "that a fear of pills is a problem for your claim of enlightenment."

    This is the rudest thing I've ever read.

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    1. yeah, i really think it would give him great joy to have me on a medication !

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  13. Alfred Bestall's illustrations of Rupert the Bear are gorgeous. Here are some covers he did:

    http://www.fulltable.com/VTS/c/characte/rupert/muf.htm

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    1. nostlagia, read books as a child !

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  14. Michael Haneke's Amour is one of those films that really sticks with you.

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    1. so so imo, at least from the trailer

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  15. What's your opinion on this song?:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJGR9scDkX8

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  16. “Branches about to blossom or gardens strewn with faded flowers are worthier of our admiration. In all things, it is the beginnings and ends that are interesting.” - Yoshida Kenkō

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