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The Ultimate surrender.
    #19217382 - 12/02/13 03:50 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

What is it?


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Icelander]
    #19217385 - 12/02/13 03:50 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

Death?


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: teknix]
    #19217397 - 12/02/13 03:53 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

I'm asking you?  What would it be for you?


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Icelander]
    #19217405 - 12/02/13 03:55 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

Why are you asking?

I don't know about ultimate, but death seems to be the closet to fathomable one, what about you?


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: teknix] * 2
    #19217419 - 12/02/13 03:58 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

Surrender to what, or who .... ?


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And thus begins the  reverse-fusing of our one-dimentional understanding, and adds ever-expanding perspectives, in depth and number; splitting our perception, and in so doing, seemingly irrationally, creates yet more one-ness, with all that ever was, is and will ever be, streching across the infinite, inunderstood concept of everything, percievable and not.


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: teknix]
    #19217429 - 12/02/13 04:00 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

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teknix said:
Why are you asking?

I don't know about ultimate, but death seems to be the closet to fathomable one, what about you?





I'm asking to find out if there are better answers than I have or ones I haven't thought of.

I of course think it's death of the personality structure/physical body.


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Icelander]
    #19217436 - 12/02/13 04:02 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

Or you're baiting someone to say "God".

:tongue:


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Icelander]
    #19217447 - 12/02/13 04:06 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

Surrender to another might be scopolamine, (in their proximety)? Removing ones free will..

Surrender to the spirits might be a deleriant maybe? Or dmt? I havent tried this myself though, so I do not know..

Surrender to fate might be to drop all fear, and do risky things.. like climbing mount. Everest or something, without safety ect...


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: teknix]
    #19217483 - 12/02/13 04:16 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

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teknix said:
Or you're baiting someone to say "God".

:tongue:





No I'm not bateing.  Serious query.


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Icelander] * 1
    #19217571 - 12/02/13 04:37 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

surrender absolutely all of your cash to me and you will know what ultimate surrender is


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: redgreenvines] * 1
    #19217687 - 12/02/13 05:05 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

You couldn't handle that kind of power. :nono:


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" All that lives was born to die"-Anom.

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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: redgreenvines]
    #19217696 - 12/02/13 05:06 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

it is the most horrifying thing ..

like being forced to give yourself to what hates you the most, as only that cant be sharing any base with you to let you be alone at a point

and only the most disgusting one would ask others to give themselves

in truth it is impossible, any is alone, objectively that is always how reality exist, any is individually only, while there is a relative way objectively through life, common positive wills, and subjectively through true present free superior realizations out of own self..

in truth we do not surrender to what is better or truly superior... we just stop being or meaning when all is objectively there
in truth, there is no wills.. existence is a fact that need a lot, for constancy of true free being realizations and realities

unfortunately, evil is much bigger then truth

that is how it can force true existence to its reverse.. it sounds absurd but it is happening

like true things cannot be seen anymore, they are forced to be through invisible suffer and infinite reactions ...


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Icelander]
    #19217839 - 12/02/13 05:38 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

I'd say it's to surrender to the finitude of life and that most of life is out of one's control. To surrender to the fact that life is pain and suffering, and that one'll get hurt in the future. I used to search for something that would "save me" from future pain, whether it be loss or extreme physical pain, but now I think surrendering to the fact that life is pain and that I WILL get hurt later on down the road is the ultimate surrender. Life's out of my control, so I'll try my best to be kind to myself and others. To have the courage to surrender to suffering. Much easier said than done though, I know I'm far from that myself.

It's like surrendering to the idea that humans are super fragile. And I think though that we can come to appreciate how fragile we are in this hostile existence, and accept that life has forces that are beyond our control. They aren't necessarily super natural forces (maybe there are) but they're things at play that humans may never understand.


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Refraining from all evil, not clinging to birth and death, working in deep compassion for all sentient beings, respecting those over you and pitying those below you, without any detesting or desiring, worrying or lamentation - this is what is called Buddha. Do not search beyond it. - Dōgen


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Icelander]
    #19217896 - 12/02/13 05:53 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

How about...
Ultimate surrender is to surrender to oneself ?!


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Icelander]
    #19217985 - 12/02/13 06:15 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

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What is it?




infinite regress


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: BlueCoyote]
    #19217986 - 12/02/13 06:15 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

how about it is just some poetic thing a tripper has alluded to as part of his passage
anything to get laid
you know.
I don't recommend anything ultimate or absolute


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: r72rock]
    #19218134 - 12/02/13 06:40 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

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I'd say it's to surrender to the finitude of life and that most of life is out of one's control. To surrender to the fact that life is pain and suffering, and that one'll get hurt in the future. I used to search for something that would "save me" from future pain, whether it be loss or extreme physical pain, but now I think surrendering to the fact that life is pain and that I WILL get hurt later on down the road is the ultimate surrender. Life's out of my control, so I'll try my best to be kind to myself and others. To have the courage to surrender to suffering. Much easier said than done though, I know I'm far from that myself.

It's like surrendering to the idea that humans are super fragile. And I think though that we can come to appreciate how fragile we are in this hostile existence, and accept that life has forces that are beyond our control. They aren't necessarily super natural forces (maybe there are) but they're things at play that humans may never understand.





Very  insightful post imo.  I seem to be at that pain and suffering point and it's not down the road anymore. I'm old, it's here. :jimmorrison:


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Icelander]
    #19218137 - 12/02/13 06:40 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

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What is it?




Having a kid, worse than death.


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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Repertoire89]
    #19218152 - 12/02/13 06:43 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

I always felt that way myself.  Not just for me either.  Any kid with me for a father.... well lets just say they wouldn't deserve any of it.


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" All that lives was born to die"-Anom.

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Re: The Ultimate surrender. [Re: Icelander]
    #19218184 - 12/02/13 06:53 PM (10 months, 15 days ago)

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I always felt that way myself.  Not just for me either.  Any kid with me for a father.... well lets just say they wouldn't deserve any of it.




They'd get beat on occasion and wouldn't see any cartoons or be exposed to the whole "kiddy" culture, but overall I'd rather be raised by an asshole like myself than the average human.



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