~Mateo~ (commencero) wrote,

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So am a failure to the Taoist concept of Pu'.
Not that I am a Taoist. Not that I choose to categorize myself as one.
But the principle itself, as many other Taoist principles, are ideal to the step following perfection.
Yes, I am perfect, Jeanelle says so.
But I see a step after that (still nameless) that I wish to achieve.
Part of achieving such a feat comes from personal enlightenment. It's not a complex thing, but in fact supposed to be to simple to explain in depth, thus defeating the principle.
Thats the thing. I need explanation. If I understood, why would I have to explain?

"I just don't understand"
-Sweet Honey

You remember in my earlier entries when I quoted something like: Explanation ruins the original meaning of point.

Horrible paraphrase, but you get the point.

What happened to that? I suppose that is what I am striving for.

I realized it more than ever before today in a small confrontation.
If the event could have been recorded I am sure it would be humorous.
But it wasn't.

So the hight I wish to acheive soon, seems to be taking longer than I expected.
I thought I could just think about it and understand. Seems reasonable.
But in that reasoning lies the paradox that I think I see and yet still lack understanding to accomplish.

Still the same and just trying to be different doesn't do.
One can try to accomplish something all of their life. But if one doesn't take the proper steps towards their goal they may never achieve it. In fact, it take them in the opposite direction.


But it just occured to me that the world is round.


So here we are at step 1 or 6 or where ever.

I could apologize. But I am not going to. It's not necessary. I don't think I have done anything wrong.

Plus a matter of wrong is a matter of relativity.

What do you think?

Talk to you later.

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