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Not really. It suggests I might be mad. The world reinforces this view. Being serene seems only to lead to wherever it was that Lao Tzu and many other sages went off to. The world seems quite content to carry on without them. Or me. Or you. Not that it matters much, anyway.
Thank you for sharing.
Wrong me? How? Sages do tend to wander away and become hermits. The ones that don't tend to end up crucified. Not that it matters much? Lao Tzu asks: "Do you think the world is perfect?" Implying, perhaps, that whatever you or I may think, that it is the way it is. And as it should be. I may indeed be wrong. But if that is so, then how?
It is pointed out repeatedly that people associate with the wrong I. This post points you to the true I.
I see your point. But if the person does not choose your true "I", are they wrong? Their "I" is what they know, when they know it. "I" is modified by experience and wisdom. All are valid, as wisdom is a journey. You are right. You are also wrong. As am I. Thank you for your reply.
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