One more try...

Allan Curry acurry at UVIC.CA
Wed Nov 5 14:49:57 CST 1997


I'm having a real hard time trying to post this. Forgive me
if you're getting additional copies but it hasn't seemed to
work so far, so I'll try reposting it one more time...

Charles writes:

>     We are changeless because "we" are not really "here" at all.
>      Never have been,  Never will be.
>     Only the Self is present.

    Is the author of the above the one who has never been
    here or is the author of the above the "Self" which
    alone "is present"? If the author is the Self who alone
    is present, then does the author also have certain
    knowledge of the fact they are that Self? If the author
    is the one who is not "here" how do they know what *is*
    here, or know anything at all?


- Allan Curry

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