Bill Wiltrack wrote:
Ron, I just visited your web post.
I really appreciate your thought pattern and perceptive take upon a keen philosophical perception.
I ripped this out from your blog and added emphasis:
Constructive Recollection is really just what our inner child does: recollect the past and construct the future. It can do so only by knowing what it knows, unbiased. It constructs words and sentences, behaviors and behavioral schemes or designs. It recollects what it needs for that, from memory, precisely what it knows from still, mediatedly, sensing what it sensed. This starts in the heart and mind and soul of our inner child, when it is pure and independent enough for independent confirmation of the past, by the future, or of the future, by the past.
Thank you Ron for adding to this forum and this thread.
I would recommend to anyone reading this thread to visit Ron de Weijze's work.
Oh God, let me beat my drums and summon the primal scream of my inner child frustrated at the coventional limitations of the world upon my being.