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Sum Ergo Sum

The Beautiful Bird

The mind picks up the image of a bird
First the image, then the picking up
Once in the minds hand, the image can be understood
The image is given a name
Bird
The image is given a value
Beautiful

The mind picks up the sound of a bird
First the sound, then the picking up
Once in the minds hand, the sound can be understood
The sound is given a name
Bird
The sound is given a value
Beautiful

Thus, the mind understands
The Beautiful Bird

Without the picking up
Nothing is understood

Only the image and the sound remains

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6 responses to “The Beautiful Bird

  1. seeingwhatis 2013/11/28 at 20:49

    Only the image and sound AND – everything else – remains.
    And can seen, experienced, as a whole, including the experiencer, not separate from the seen or heard or sensed.
    Silmuntaniously…
    God.
    That’s God.
    Seen for what it is, nothing ends.
    The toe tells about the foot. That may or may not be there anymore. But since time never starts or ends, its there as a possibility.
    All possibilitys are as true as the present forms.
    That’s how powerful God is.
    He creates everything out of nothing.
    But nothing does not exist.
    And therefore exist as a definition of an impossibility that can’t unexist.

    • seeingwhatis 2013/11/28 at 20:50

      Can BE seen.. I intended to write…

      • seeingwhatis 2013/11/28 at 20:54

        “nothing” as a noun, does not exist I meant. I mean the nothingness. He he hard to make this come through…
        BTW I understand that this was your point. 🙂

    • Niklas 2013/11/28 at 21:00

      Yes, otherwise it would be more like excercising concentration. More like. I guess.

      • Niklas 2013/11/28 at 21:21

        It is indeed hard but that’s ok. Couldn’t be any other way. If we don’t pick that “hard”-bird up, “hard” can’t be understood. Then the “hardness” of the situation remains as it is, and that ain’t too hard.

      • seeingwhatis 2013/12/14 at 20:39

        Nothing is of course hard. Only for a creator.

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