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Resent-Date:  Fri, 24 Mar 89 21:33:13 EST
Resent-From:  "Homer W. smith" 
Resent-To:    adore-l@ualtavm
Date:         Fri, 24 Mar 89 21:23:51 EST
From:         "Homer W. Smith" 
Subject:      Re: two camps
To:           Omer Zak 
In-Reply-To:  Your message of Wed, 22 Mar 89 13:27:39 +0200




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>The next question is:  when would people tend to cheat in chess?  When
>they are going to win the game?  No, when they are too weak and are
>likely to lose if they played the game straight.
>When would people tend to 'PSI-cheat' (i.e. invoke PSI powers to get out
>of a difficult situation)?  Oh, when they are stuck in a rut and see no
>conventional way out of it.  In other words, when they are too weak mentally
>to win the game using its conventional rules.

     The implication here is derisive, that there is something 'wrong'
with someone who cant win at the game of life.  You leave no room
for people who took on too much limitation to where they cant win
no matter what, or people who are bored with this game and want
to create a new one.

      You seem to have the attitude of 'you made your bed, now you
sleep in it.'  Each being should be free to change his mind about any
game at any time.  No spirit OWES you to stay limited just because
they originally made such a decision.

>
>Show me a happy person who is looking for PSI powers, and I'll show you someone
>who doesn't try to cheat on the conventional rules of the game by invoking
>PSI.
>
     Show me a happy person who does not have PSI abilities and I will
show you a hypocrite who cant see the doom that waits around the corner.
I guess you must have loved being a baby and going to school and having
to work and you must also want this to happen again and again for the
next 200 livetimes until the world dies in nuclear holocast.

     You must also enjoy world wars and being drafted, and having to
worry about crime.  This is no criticism of you, but please do not
disparage others for wanting out.

     At the worst they might make the world a safer place with their
PSI powers.  You might not like this if you are really bored and want
a dangerous game, but wont you eventually get sick of this?

>
>I must have been very bored spirit to choose this kind of game in which I
>am...
>                                                           --- Omer

     So was I.  But now I am bored of solving boredom with crucifixion.
Time to get back to art.
 Homer W. smith      adore-l@ualtavm      3/24/89*two camps