>will grant some suspect history). I see no real harm in your, BR,
>Bluestem, etc beliefs, if you don't try to apply them to 1999. When you
>make an attempt to validate, substantiate, or apply statements from a
>document written that long ago, you run into some real logistical
>nightmares unless you play the "faith" trump.
Or unless you believe that human nature has not changed all that much
over the last 100 generations. 2500 year-old references to "road rage"
--- see 2 Kings 9:20 --- suggest that it probably hasn't.
Our toys may be bigger, and our tools more powerful, but inside ---
where it matters --- we are not significantly different, as any even
half-hearted reading of Proverbs would quickly establish.
And as so concisely put in the Bhagavad Gita ( also about 2500 years
ago --- date uncertain, first recorded in Sanskrit ca. 250 AD, from
earlier oral transmissions )
"The wise retain equanimity in the face of negativity because they
recognise it as the release of stress."
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