Re: virus: Zero + THE Book

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Sun, 03 Nov 1996 22:50:43 -0800

David Leeper / Homo Deus,



>Just remember, you're a God if you want to be.

You will love "Conversations with God, an uncommon dialogue" by
Neale Donald Walsch. I am delighted with this book. The author
talks with God (or with himself -- he is not sure). A few quotes:

"It is this dichotomy -- not caring deeply about the process, but
caring deeply about the result -- that comes close to describing
the dichotomy of God. " (p. 14)

Evolution does it too, doesn't it?

On the purpose of life or so called "personal programming and
purpose" (as Richard describes level-3, when he is serious):

"There is only one reason to do anything: as a statement to the
universe of Who You Are." (p. 36)

"This is My plan for you. This is My ideal: that I should become
realized through you. That thus, concept is turned into
experience, that I might know my Self *experientially*." (p. 43)

Isn't that what Meme The Father is trying to do?

"And so you ask a very good question. Why go on? Why even
start off on such a path? What is to be gained from embarking on
such a journey? Where *is* the reason?
The reason is ridiculously simple.


What do You mean?

I mean this is the only game in town. There is nothing else to
do. In fact, there is nothing else you *can* do. You are going to
be doing what you are doing for the rest of your life -- just as
you have been doing it since birth. The only question is whether
you'll be doing it consciously, or unconsciously." (p. 155)

If "Regards" is 1, "To" is 2, "David" is 4, and "The God" is 8,
then 15!

Tad Niwinski from TeTa where people grow
There is no Absolute Truth, although we are getting closer and closer to IT.