PAUL MOSS

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PAUL MOSS

Postby Sandra » Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:39 pm

Paul Moss is the Oskar Shindler (Liam Neeson) of St James. Tall, charasmatic, good looking. Soft inside he has a good way with the kids. He lets them run free.
So far so good.
Exceptional even.

Now lets re-think what's being taught.

TRUTH. Telling lies has got nothing to do with the search for truth. Wrong definition

Religious texts?

CHILDREN ARE SMART!!

Instead of giving them fairy stories. Incidently give them Grimms.
Maddonna's not too bad either.
Instead of giving them fairy stories about Apasmara and Jesus.
RETHINK THE WHOLE EDCATION

Children don't NEED to grow up.
The whole of life is a quest for lost innocence. Doesn't need to be that way.
Teach them not to identify with ideas about themselves from an early age.
RIGHT FROM THE BEGINNING
And don't fill in the gap with a load of external bollocks.
Let them keep themselves new and open
Maybe then they'll be able to see phenomenly that space and time don't exist and that the whole of human experience to a large extent is illusiory.
They might even naturally notice that they are each individually a 'Self'

ST JAMES IS ONLY JUST BEGINNING!

Your renegade lodger. I'm with you man if you actually figure out what it is your teaching,


BEWARE OF A WHOLE NEW BRAND OF BRAINWASHING

LIFE IS FREE BABY

aguest

too many threads

Postby aguest » Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:59 pm

Hi sandra,

Thanks for your posts, which i think make a valuable contribution to the site. Just a point on new threads... Many people i've spoken to have found it hard to find stuff here, and this is especially so as its growing so fast.

I'd recommend for the sake of a more navigable and understandable site that posters post general threads, which people can expand on, rather than a series of new threads with each new point...

all the best x

Sandra

Postby Sandra » Thu Dec 09, 2004 7:27 pm

I've almost finished.Sandra will retire soon. XXX


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