There are psychological consequences for those with a conscience. And those cause sickness, even manifesting physically. So it's not just "I'll do good things and then good things will happen". If that 's the reasoning then does that make you (not "you") a good person? Or is it that you do good whether there's anything in it for you?consequences . or repercussions ?
good actions don't always precede good results . or bad ones bad . the intention is not always the deciding factor . and Karma basically comes down to someone that knowingly does something wrong __ to reach a certain goal . usually a selfish one . and then there are the repercussions
to know how one action has an effect on another . then another . and so on . this approaches the territory of The Butterfly Effect . outcome is not always predictable
agreed . and that's what I said . repercussions for actions that are knowingly worngThere are psychological consequences for those with a conscience.
sickness is not always a result of wrongful actions . while I believe that sickness can manifest from __ I also think that this theory supports the idea of " your god is punishing you " . I don't think that I did anything before the age of 7 , for my brain chemistry to go funnyAnd those cause sickness, even manifesting physically
again I agree . if someone wants to do good , it should be for the sake of doing goodSo it's not just "I'll do good things and then good things will happen".
I think that we're pretty much on the same page here . the carrot on a stick is a form of control and manipulation . in my opinion .That's why I don't like the carrot and stick aspect of some religious teaching.
.Some of are different from the norm.... Some waaaaay off the norm.....
Some the wrong waaaaaay off.....unfortunately.....
Some of us found the extra gearbox early on...Some didn't till later..... Some never......
We all have walked in different shoes..... That realization helps understand others....
Aye true. A lifetime of looking in the bathroom mirror of a morning, will make even the strongest of us crumble & blub like a right big nancy boy... Eventually.Yeah, Frank has seen some horrible sh*t -- he still manages to be a buddy, both in spite of and because of the horrors he's seen.
EDIT: I had to reread your post and realized it wasn't a pisstake, but a philosophical thing instead.Aye true. A lifetime of looking in the bathroom mirror of a morning, will make even the strongest of us crumble & blub like a right big nancy boy... Eventually.
Pisstake ya dafty. Old, saying the unsayble to Frank (the legend) & him to me (the legends, Legend!!) without any smilies because we knew we were having a laugh... I thought you got that? Fuck sake Tim, whit yi like?... Ya big mad daft hairy plumb. Get a grip.EDIT: I had to reread your post and realized it wasn't a pisstake, but a philosophical thing instead.
...or maybe it was a pisstake after all.
It's "oh dark thirty" here.and I am too tired to know much.
Serves me right for internetting before coffee.
You can laugh, but although I am aware of this chap I've never listened to him, ever. So I will give the vid a look later this evening, when it is time for such things...and I am digging the crap outa this here instructional video about one of my favorite players.
Buckethead may be "top 1%" fast, but what makes me love The Masked Marvel's music is the passion and ideas.