"I" is a Lie
September 2, 2013
The following is a Q&A from a Philosophy Class at College of the Siskiyous in regard to how one Hears what is shared.
Q: This was a very confusing post. I am not sure I understand where you are coming from, I found your post very confusing, can you please go deeper into what exactly you are trying to explain. I would like to hear more about where you think scripture is inspired from specifically.
A: You write "I am not sure, I understand, I found, I would like to hear more. It is that "I" that you mention quite a few times in the paragraph above that must be investigated fully.
Because it is a lie.
There is no "I." However, even though "I" can tell you this (which isn't actually an "I" telling you this it is hands typing it to you), you will not ever "know" this Truth for yourself until you investigate and discover that you have believed a lie.
That the "I" that word that you say over and over and over again and act and believe it as if it is true and convince others that it is true for you and for them ... has been a joke. Everyone is lying to everyone about who they are ... up until now.
Now you have the ability like all the Great Teachers that inspired the Great Writings ... you have this ability to discover what They did. They discovered what is at the Core of them before words and then used words in an attempt (no matter how Great the writing ... it is still not it) that is designed for failure ... to Teach. To continually point one back to themselves with the question "who am I?" and not having them accept the words that come as True ... rigorously .... and ruthlessly ... until the clouds of confusion are dissolved permanently.
The simplest things are most often overlooked and "I" a simple letter in the alphabet has led to mass insanity. Yet the simple question "Who am I?" is the doorway out (actually in ... to yourSelf.)