Oh thanks for owning up to who's quote is was, so it was your quote, well that explains it then doesn't it. It's not that the quote was purported to be written down in the bible as some recorded thought by another... the quote was yours, in you all along.-1- wrote: ↑Fri Jun 21, 2019 2:53 pm
Can't a man have a thought to himself? What is this barrage of interrogation? Have I ever asked you "why did you say this" or "why did you ask that question"?
I am sorry, but please allow me my privacy of thought. You have no right to question or ask my motivations.
Note that only what is within you can be external to you...else you wouldn't think or know of it.
What you have done is you have looked for the source of your own thoughts inside your own thought processing mechanism, in other words, you are the contents of consciousness searching for consciousness. I'd quit while you are ahead if I was you.
Only you can answer your own abstract metaphysical subjective questions, You have no right to assume others are asking or questioning what your private motivations are. No claim no blame, no fame. It's a simple game.
This is your projection - no one elses, swallow it down whole. What do you think and feel about it, what is your own answer to your own private thought? are others expected to know answers to your own private thoughts, the ones that you own? ..if you own it, then only you know the answer to it.