Clearing Archive Roboposter
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Wed Dec 19 06:06:05 EST 2018
> Virtue for the Author is not the same as virtue for the characters.
True. I actually remember a frightening example of the author-character
relationship. First I remembered a terrifying and tragic incident while
working on a somatic. It was this lifetime but I had completely
suppressed it - I had not a clue. In resolving this incident I began
to have flashbacks of earlier moments that led up to this event. In one
of those moments I was in a higher state of consciousness and was
devising the way things would unfold; actually setting it all up,
creating it. I wouldn't say I was the ultimate author, but I had author
priveledges and was shaping events. So as the author, the story was
important, but the trials and tribulations (and pain) of my character
were of NO CONCERN. That's the FRIGHTENING part. As an author it's
fine to write that the hero of the story "arched in bone splitting pain
and the bullet passed through his shoulder blade" but the character is
probably not smiling about it. However, the ultimate author knows it's
all just a story, an illusion cast in the world of duality. In this
instance all turned out well (miraculously! - just as the author 'wrote'
it to) and the I survived. Still, I don't much like being a pawn
anymore, even if it's of myself. Even if I had read the script and
known the outcome I absolutely would have declined the part. Probably
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Learning implies Learning with Certainty or Learning without Certainty.
Learning across a Distance implies Learning by Being an Effect.
Learning by Being an Effect implies Learning without Certainty.
Therefore, Learning with Certainty implies Learning, but
not by Being an Effect, and not across a Distance.
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