Saturday, January 1, 2011

HINT, It's All About Good and Evil

All finite judgment is based on conditioning. How finite is THAT?

It is so finite that it distinguishes the finite from the infinite, exactly as is described in the Biblical account (allegory, if you will) of creation in Genesis, where the serpent persuades Eve, and then Adam, to partake of the forbidden fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil by telling them that they will not surely die as they had been told by the creator, but rather will 'become like gods.'

In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God, and the word was god - and then. . .

A new word came into being and many more finite words followed, - one is pernicious.


  1. . . . and that starts with P,
    and that rhymes with 'me' and - that stands for

    phinite pholly . .

  2. A Finite Postlude - 12:27am January First
    in Honolulu

    This is the final hour of 2010 in Honolulu. The sky is filled with flashes and the air is full of sound and smoke.

    I am experiencing the most holy and sacred transition from one year to the next of my life as I sit at the computer by my window looking out on the basin below and the hills above.

    At 11:55 the mood begins to build in and over the city. Parents and children and friends and neighbors begin popping out everywhere to gather in little bunches and ignite fireworks in celebration of life and the New Year!

    By midnight I have my nose pressed against the window (and the windows closed) because the extravaganza is visible from horizon to horizon in the darkness. FLASHES, bUSRTs (or something like that), SOUND AND FURY SIGNIFYING EVERYTHING, Hawaii is about the Spirit of Aloha, which is the spirit of community.
    Even the windows of the condos facing me reflect back a kalidescope of the flashes coming from the backside of my building.

  3. The Word of God

    The popular social media site on the Internet has an image blog called sweetbabyjesusletsfuck. It can be a kind of Rorschach ‘test’ for adults.
    The range of possible reactions and responses goes from “it pukes me” to “a profound inspiring thought filled collection of images”.
    The range of probable reactions eliminates both ends of that spectrum.