in a message dated wed, 13 mar 2002 12:29:36 pm eastern standard time, jeremy
weiland <greenlantern113@...> writes:
> *desire* the impetus for polarization?
, especially when you know which way you
> "desire" to polarize... it's a bit of a conundrum!
> acceptance is really hard...
> a possible explanation here is that desire is simply an emotion without
polarity until you apply your thought to it. the two together will create a
feeling which will be polarized because of the two interacting. if the thought
is selfish, then the feeling will produce a negative desire (greed, lust,
sloth-how come i can always think of plenty of rotten ones. so, i guess, keep
your thoughts pure and all else falls into place? chris
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