Thursday, June 05, 2008


This was my last comment, my confession, in my last blog entry. I feel it's important, in order to absolve whereever & however this blog is going:

"When two (or more) people argue, both sides are wrong. When two people argue, neither is interested in learning new truth from the other but in being right. This is not a discussion but an argument, and futile, so I confess my part in arguing and I back out. If both sides had truth as the goal, both would come to agreement, always, always, always. And there would be love and no condescension to the other. May love prevail. Nothing else matters. Nothing."


  1. You've got it Daniel. I know why people argue with you because I used to be the same way. How can someone argue with love and trusting the unnamable creator? I think that's what you have always said. Trust the creator. Believe what your religious texts actually say. I don't see anything to contest unless a person is proselytizing.

  2. Hard to not be attached to being right.

    Whether you are or not.

    And who really knows, till we're dead?