Thanks for your kind comments and for reading my work (and thinking (!) about what I actually put on the table).
As carefully as I write - always thinking about how people might take things differently than I intend - it is still difficult to write an "air-tight" (confusion free) sentence, much less a long post like my "Illusion" post.
By "solid," I just mean that you can't put your hand through it. I knew people would point out that an atom is not solid and therefore nothing is solid. But I don't mean "filled to the brim with matter." But it is just too hard to write in such a way that all potential misunderstands are minimized. The paragraphs get very bulky and hard to read. Nevertheless, I did edit the "Illusion" post by adding a comment about this.
Yet if people genuinely look for the true core of what I am saying, I think they can get at least a handle on some of it. But I do confess that these ideas are very hard to put into words, as others have noted for thousands of years.
By the way, I was thinking of posting my poem, To Love Like God. I am glad you like it and your kind comments might inspire me to post it in the next few days.
I have a couple of half-done post that I want to finish writing and I also want to see if the "Illusion" post gets much of a response.
Thanks again for reading and thinking.
All my best, Thomas Razzeto
Graham Hancock's Author of the Month, August 2014
Thomas's Author of the Month essay is here:
What Is Enlightenment?
Thomas's website is here:
Thomas's mentor is Timothy Conway. His website is here:
Timothy's website is extensive and includes free audio recordings of some of his weekly satsangs.
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