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Every point of view is wrong…
By Tom Kitt
Last edited: Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Posted: Thursday, January 25, 2007

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As we tread around our solitary view we measure the one that includes all.

'Wish you were here'

There is no 'I'. The world is simply the activity of different points of view attempting to equalize.
All observation requires a point of view. To move around the object of view is to change the point of reference and therefore the observable reality of the view. All points of view are incomplete because none can measure the view from all points at once. To have a better or worse point of view at any one point is just another reference in terms of private information and subject to its own limitation as such.
Every point of view is wrong because a point to the view can never be the view. To be ‘right’ one must become the view. The view is our reality and it is our duty to transcend our states of view into reality.
All points to the view must be seen as stepping stones and never as a means to its own end. We should approach life with the ultimate prize in mind and not allow our distractions to overpower the objective. We are the View. There is no 'I am that, or that...etc.'. We are everything at once and this is the objective to be achieved by releasing points of view.
Each one who recognizes who they are and accept their life as due process will become a magician for the healing of our planet. The more that see through the illusion of points of view and acknowledge the simple fact of the completeness in all things, the faster the process to Love and the less the pain to come. It's personal!


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