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A spot of human stain smudged on a dirty window pane

Murky shadow cast thru an unintended tangled chain

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『你不要死,你不要死」-瑤瑤(台灣名思想家) 1990-?

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Just another day’s gone by

With no amount of hope in sight

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Cool breeze blowing in the night,

It’s a cloudless mid-April state of mind

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Once a master was asked whether human beings have free will. The master then told the disciple to raise any one of his feet, the disciple raised his left foot as was told. The master asked him, did you have free will in choosing which foot u could’ve raised. The disciple answered, “Yes, I had the total freedom as to which foot I could’ve raised, and I raised my left one. I had the total control over them, hence I own my freedom.” Upon hearing this remark, the master went on to have the disciple, again, raise any one of his feet. This time the disciple had no ability in raising either one anymore .”

 

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It is not quite an overstatement to say that human nature has often been sanctified as holy and benign in many works of spiritual literature and holy books; and it is usually depicted as distinct from the lesser animal heritage. The Christian myth likes to celebrate the dawn of human birth as divine occurrence, set to work by the Lord’s urge to create. And we are, thus, created in His image as perfect gestalt, not one ounce of improvement can be added. Confucius and Mencius believed that human nature is basically good. The allegorical water’s tendency to flow downward etched deep memories in every Chinese’s collective consciousness. The modern Cartesian notion of the west, on the other hand, works on the assumption that humans are rational beings, capable of cool-headed, unbiased calculation. However, hard-wired in the human brain, lying deeply, and enveloped within layers of outer cortices, is the reptilian part of our human inheritance. Homo sapiens have evolved, it seems, not out of primordial, innocent angels, but out of their primal animal ancestry.
 

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