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Old 07-14-2009, 04:46 PM   #10
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Default Re: some experiences

Jnana is right. Don't be afraid to look deeper into your experiences and ask questions. There are many people here who are waking up and seeking answers like your self. Keep working on your memory joel77, in time when you are ready, more will reveal it's self.

"Blasphemy? Not unless it is blasphemy to seek the truth. No, I am no blasphemer, but something worse; I am an asker of questions."
-Louis L'Amour.

You always want to be your own best skeptic. Question all things. Seek for answers, and when you find what seems to be an answer, question that, too. I cannot stress the importance of asking questions and asking questions about your answers. This is the only way I have managed to prove the validity of my abductions to my self and more importantly, sanity.
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