05 February 2011

okay, okay, sorry, but i've been yammerin' with mister north about this

[click image, audio, mp3, two hours]

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I am very late coming to the party today. I slept in and I started right in fooling with this temporary dream of fair play and good faith. There is no authority for any of it. It's just guys talking and no way to prove it out one way or the other, but there's a lot of good things to think about during the course of it, so I can recommend it to you.

I should take this time to mention something I've been wanting to mention to everyone freaking about money out there, Max Keiser included, for quite a while. I have been loath to bring it up as a position I will need to hold against all comers because you either understand it or you do not and it's completely your own lookout whether you understand it or not.

Money is not real, not actual. Neither is gold or silver or diamonds or whatever else you want to use for money. Money is a figment of your imagination. You want to get real? Recognize this. You want to stay in hell? Ignore it and proceed.

There is not, nor has there ever been, even one good reason for any monetary system. Including barter. It's pure delusion from start to finish and thin air that blinds almost everyone from earliest childhood.

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love, 99
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7 comments:

  1. That's why it's called "Filthy Lucre". The bankers created money, and eventually the bank ends up with all money that is put into circulation. Only after they've made their interest on it of course.

    The question is, without it, who decides who gets the house on the hill, the room with a view, the loft with the tub :)

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  2. Right. Heaven forfend we should ALL get those....

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  3. Yes, we should, and I agree, money is not real. It's the notion of wanting things that gives it value. No one should want for anything.

    The Buddhists understood this well, we came with nothing and we leave with nothing, it's the emotional attachments we make to people and things in life that hold us back.

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  4. Well, more like the emotional attachments we make to OURSELVES and our things that hold us back. When we don't let THAT motivate us, we can love whoever and whatever we love without any bad karma growing out of it.

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  5. Yes, exactly! but for most people, it's the lose they feel when they lose something or someone that tells the real tale.

    Instead of being grateful for the experience, they tend to be mournful for the lose.

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  6. Geez , I'm goin' to bed, I can't even spell loss anymore lmao.

    G'night , when you do, sleep well:P

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