Interlude

19th May 2012, 9:10 PM

Interlude
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cattservant on 19th May 2012, 9:33 PM

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So what was Karen thinking, "way down below the ocean"?

Doctor on 21st May 2012, 6:17 AM

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An interesting quote. Maybe this is all in Karin's subconscious....or maybe not. Either way I am loving the story so far. The artwork is one of a kind.

Doctor on 21st May 2012, 6:19 AM

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*Karen

cattservant on 22nd May 2012, 12:05 PM

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Perhaps Karen is a 'virtue name'.

I think Page 14* is where the frame of reference shifted. The boundary between here and there, so to speak.



*(A beautiful picture indeed!)(Would make a very nice desktop background without the speech bubble.)

The Doctor on 23rd May 2012, 5:32 AM

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"Is this the real life?
Is this just fantasy?
Caught in a landslide,
No escape from reality...."

If it is reality that is...... ;)

cattservant on 23rd May 2012, 6:18 AM

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Well according to Mr Madwed, it makes little difference anyway.

RE: "Caught in a landslide,
"No escape from reality....";
There probably is, just not enough time to find it!

The Doctor on 23rd May 2012, 6:58 AM

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But why would you what too? Isn't reality interesting enough as it is?

cattservant on 23rd May 2012, 8:34 AM

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Oh yes, it is very compelling, but it is always a good idea to know where the exits are.

The Doctor on 23rd May 2012, 2:42 PM

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And the way back.

cattservant on 23rd May 2012, 3:25 PM

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The 'way back' is somewhat of tricky concept if you acknowledge the apparent one way nature of 'time' in reality.
To quote Heraclitus; "No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man."

The Doctor on 24th May 2012, 5:15 AM

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But aren't they all echoes of the one real river and the one real man? So it doesn't really matter if they are he exact same or not.

cattservant on 24th May 2012, 5:39 AM

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Without change there is no (apparent) scope for being. If no thing moves, then no thing lives. Eternal enduring as differentiated from moment to moment existing. Or, perhaps, total (apparent) randomness at one extreme and total (apparent) predictability at the other. The median point (and a little overlap) being the (apparent) zone of life.

The Doctor on 24th May 2012, 5:59 AM

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So that means death is when you become to predictable or to random.

cattservant on 24th May 2012, 7:13 AM

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Death is kind of a loaded term. Say no longer containing dynamic information. Then, yes, 'random' would be no meaning and 'predictable' would soon become irrelevant to a changing environment and thus meaningless too. A question of context and the lack thereof...

I wonder if the proprietors of this beachfront property have noticed all this activity out behind their sand dunes?
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