organizedchaos wrote:Let me start off by saying that I am one of those people.
Except, maybe, yay.
ygmir wrote:I might propose, you are human.
Burning Man, does nothing
You, do everything.
you make choices.
You may well have gained a new perspective, you may see things through different eyes.
you are you.........nothing is there, that was not before.
You may just be seeing it differently.
Savannah wrote: . . . I imagine, metaphorically, little doors in the brain that are either opened gently out of curiosity, blown wide open by chance, or (probably frequently enough due to denial, ignorance, poor luck or running out of time) never found at all. Sometimes a trauma or near-death experience is the gust of wind that blows this door open to greater realization, sometimes it's the birth of a child, sometimes it's Burning Man or another trip to a a far off place, sometimes it's some controlled substance or other . . . & sometimes it's the slow passage of time and accumulation of experiences (and that's when the door to realization opens gently). But when you round a corner very suddenly and that door blows wide open with great force, it can be so shocking that one blames the wind for creating the door and the truth, instead of saying, "This truth was here all along."
Ugly Dougly wrote:One of the best universal medicines is balance.
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