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Do we consider a message based on the messenger?


dwai
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Naveed Chaudhry
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Nice article. Find it to be very true. Otherwise, the author's description was quite amusing "I am a legendary character from Bollywood. I revel in making my enemies (and friends) quake in their boots out of fear."

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Barb Ortega
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I talked to a fellow who appeared homeless.  It was early in the morning, I was walking the dogs, and it was cold out.  He was shivering, sitting on a park bench.  I walked over to him and asked if he wanted me to run home and bring back a flannel shirt for him.  He said no, he was fine.  I sat down next to him and we talked for a while.  It was like conversing with the Buddha.  He was highly evolved and it just surprised the heck out of me.  I do believe that we draw to ourselves what we need to hear to evolve - and it matters not from whose mouth it comes.

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@manitou That's nice. I find that no matter who we talk to (physical appearance of clean or dirty) we tend to attract what we're looking for. In my case, I was really burned out from the physical world and was walking through a town at night. For some reason i felt the compulsion to sit by a homeless man, we talked for a bit about some useless things. It was rather surprising because the person seemed like a reflection of me at the time; hollow and shadowy, looking at the world as if it was his enemy and his only choice was to make the most of it by just pursuing sense pleasures. Except this person had gone past decades into that state, and seemed to have lost all will to move forward. After we chatted for a bit and I left, it didn't seem like a wake up call or a significant event of any sort, it just kind of happened. 

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