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#784b

May 14, 2015

If I ask the mind to point out foolishness, where does it point?

It points at bodies. It can look out and see many others as foolish, and there is a sense of self-satisfaction in that; self-satisfaction because the mind gets to prove to itself it is wise. Wise, somehow, means real. So the mind gets to prove to itself that it is real.

The mind can also see this body as foolish. In that there may be guilt, shame or self-hatred, but interestingly the mind still gets to see itself as wise and right and real. It is right about who is wrong.

From → j) #751-785, Step 3

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