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RE: Two different sets of experiences about non-English identifie rs
- From: Don Park <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2001 21:07:20 -0700
> A choice is provided. Choose according to
> your values. Do not let others choose for you
> unless the options are of equal value and neither
> has a significant discriminator.
Religion, philosophy, superstitions, and even science are memes, virus for
human mind, some are useful, some are destructive. While religion offers
great deal of benefits, there are side effects as well. I had my Zen phase
as well, but did not enjoy the fact that it affected my thinking and
communication pattern: out of thirst, I drank and ended up a herring.
You have a great mind, Len, but your messages are muffled by the water.
While you probably have little cause to abandon the warm waters, rest of us
wonder what great ideas we are failing to contract. Of course, I am
somewhat muffled too due to similar reasons, but I think I am an amphibian.