Re: Apoptosis

From: Kenneth Van Oost (
Date: Sat Feb 09 2002 - 21:06:41 GMT

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    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Steve Drew <>

    It is also part of why i suspect we have less actual choice in some of the
    memes we adopt, as they tend to be ones that complement those that we
    already carry in most instances.

    Hi Steve,

    Yes, this is the correct way of seeing things !
    We learn/ read our ancient texts from our culture bound dispositions, from
    which we can 't withdraw ourselves.
    Our culture is bound to its own fundaments and foundations and so we are
    getting forced to picture ourselves certain images.
    To know exactly who we really are is not that self- evident.

    Meme- like, what you percieve is already influenced by what surrounds
    you. The memes, like I mentioned before upon this list, are NOT yours !
    Those memes state facts, cherish expecations, put forward suggestions,
    doubts and burdens, give their meaning, does have reactions upon those
    of others,... those influence your perceptions and therefor in a certain
    way, darken the reality of what is really out there.



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