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Does evil exist? Does dysfunction qualify? Larry Hoover

Posted by 64bowtie on December 25, 2004, at 13:42:48

In reply to Does evil exist?, posted by Larry Hoover on December 25, 2004, at 10:52:16

Lar,

As in the Albert Einstien story, dysfunction and dysfunctional are convenient absenses of function. Where this all becomes academic for me is when the multi-generational and multilayered dysfunctional gets snotty with me and says I'm crazy! They say (defensively), "My life is good and I wouldn't change a thing!", after showing up 20 minutes late for their weekly appointment because, for the umpteenth time, the dog ate their keys........

The freedom I flaunt is measurable by the time-value (ask your mortgage lender what I mean by that) of my freedom from my dysfunction and my dysfunctional past, present and future. The freedom gave me extra time to embrace the goodness, truth and beauty around me, which I find makes me feel happy, alot (high time-value existence). I have replaced much of my avoidance and my beliefs with discovery and perception, without losing a thing and actually gaining much.

Time has even seemed to slow down for me. And remember, according to likes of Al Einstien and Steve Hawking, time doesn't exist.......either! So is time evil??? I could be blocked from Babble for the answer I see in my mind's eye!!!

Curious! I harness my demons only to find myself back at the beginning, with the reality that, in fact, I had never left.

Rod


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