Hell Is Filled With UnBorn Ideas Pleading For Us To PLEASE Release Them

Human minds are idea generators if pointed in the right direction.

That’s not to say that every concept commencement necessarily produces good ideas OR in the right direction but this judgmental aspect of thinking should be waay secondary.

More importantly, someone needs to crack the cosmic egg to give the little beggars a way in first.

Sadly, most folks are so afraid of having ugly thought kids that there is little hope of them ever springing “off” which is really too bad because birthing more new concepts – regardless of their initial appearance – would give our older musings something to connect with.

You see, in Idealand even two loutish impressions can produce a beautiful whippersnapper hypothesis and that’s all we need to get the party started.

If you really think about it…

Thank you, friend.

Barry out.

Joseph Chilton Pearce is the author of Crack in the Cosmic Egg and is also one smart dude. See if you don’t agree with me:


4 Responses to “Hell Is Filled With UnBorn Ideas Pleading For Us To PLEASE Release Them”

  1. Hey Barry,

    Crack in the cosmic egg, that would be an excellent blog post title, very attention grabbing.

    Pack your bags we are going there ha ha, now thats taking action for ya!

    Alex
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    Barry Williams Reply:

    You are right, Alex. Crack in the Cosmic Egg is a good title (for a book…) and after the fourth reading I’m just starting to figure out what Mr. Pearce is saying.

    So far my take is that when humans start dividing themselves: human, father, policeman, brother, son, citizen, catholic, American – etc. – they lose the ability to view or change the world like a congruent person would.

    Being too many things to too many people ensures we will suffer a breakdown and have little left to share with anyone.

    Hence a crack in our awareness is required so we can see how we are diffusing our capacity.

    Life is not all its cracked up to be. Its simpler, easier and much more fun than the vast majority of multiple personalities will ever know.

    Thanks for the comment Alex, good looking blog you have there, mister.

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  2. Most of my best ideas come straight from Hell, without even the briefest of stops in Purgatory 🙂
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    Barry Williams Reply:

    There is a real resistance to new ideas – so much so that many folks harden their hearts to the prospect of anything different. We all suffer when folks can’t think new thoughts yet I understand perfectly why people choose to stay well within their comfort zones.

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