I like Star Trek. I like Data. I like the Borg.
In an episode I watched recently, I discovered that the Borg had been introduced to individuality. It blew their collective mind. The Enterprise took on a Borg, named him Hugh (I think that's how you spell it, but I'm not sure), and then released him back into the Borg collective. When he re-assimilated, the concept of individuality ripped the Borg apart. Data's evil brother happened to come across the…Continue
There was a time for irritation. Giac Face loved to point his finger. There was a time for accusation, for judgement, for mental-thrashing-- but everything changes, and all things end.
He began complacent.. accepting of the load his ancestors brought upon his shoulders. He took their beliefs personally, integrating them into his dreams, assimilating their delusions into his drama. Christianity, and not just Christ-ianity, but the "you follow rules, you go to heaven. you don't,…Continue
In a moment, there was letting go. And, in letting go, discrimination was absent. In the absence of discrimination, there was peace, rest, joy: a burning bright emptiness. And beyond the emptiness, there was fullness. An infinite infinite infinite fullness (pleroma), beyond comprehension, recognition-- beyond imagination. Beyond notions, beyond words, beyond beyond beyond infinite infinite infinite.…
They can have it all.
All the learnedness, all the intellactating, all the back-biting snobbery and pretention.
Y'all can dance with Mephistopheles. Y'all can ascend and descend, coming and going, never moving.
You can achieve and fail.
Y'all can fall down. Things fall apart.
Things come together. Victory is won. The battle is lost and the war is over.
All is mind. All is mind. All is mind. Without foundation. Like a dream. So where can we…Continue