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Wednesday, January 6, 2016
THE MOST COMMON JUDGMENTS: ANTHROPOGYNY AND THEOGYNY
The HUMAN way:
First, they think it is easy (stupidity).
Then they think it is hard (frustration).
Then they think it needs an expert (error).
Then they think it is spiritual (something good or bad).
The DIVINE way:
First, they think it requires difficulty (king's food).
Then, they think it is spiritual (good from good, bad from bad).
Then, they think it requires judgment (eternity).
Then, they think it is a matter of some principle (time, energy, strength, wisdom, love).