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Thought & Intelligence
by AUBREY B.C. DORIS

Sunday, November 25, 2001

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Thoughts are seeds implanted for needs
consequently your deeds
Through the education of many schools of thought,
we have excelled and exceed
A stampede of information impedes intuition
The mechanics of thought limits the flow of intelligence, consequently a monotonous existence
Thought as a seed needs soil to grow, memorizing and repeating to keep it a flow
Seedless is intelligence, independent in it's own orbit of self existence
Such intelligence is our axis upon which we can orbit with out limit
Thought the mechanical
Intelligence the boundless and universal
Thought comes to naught
The doom of man's system of belief
Self existing intelligence, his relief

(C) 12/25/99

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Reviewed by Afrika Abney 9/18/2002
What a remarkable write.Look forward to reading more of your work.

Afrika
Reviewed by kyson 12/5/2001
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