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Hi Rob,

Floating on choppers, I presume?

I wrote this on the other thread, I think it is relevent:

Ananda says:
> I think I'd rather be a Gnostic or a Pelagian, thank you very
> much. Thus... No original sin, belief and trust in the
> inherent goodness of humans, and a life lived in the full
> expression of the spirit and gnosis that graces us.

---> I would like to believe that too Ananda (furthermore in a sense, that is what I believe is in store for humanity)

So I really do believe in a certain type of "gnosis", don't get me wrong.



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