Goodsoul Blues - The sound of one harmonica in a marching band
"The world Milt. People, life, death. All the old questions. They haunt me.... Words are like a thousand tiny pebbles bouncing around the inside of an empty tin can." (Best as I can recall, some lines that Harry spoke, in Murray Schisgal's play LUV.)
Friday, June 30, 2006
G. I. Gurdjieff & P.D. Ouspensky - Most Remarkable Men
A very remarkable fellow -"It is illusion to say our movements are voluntary. All our movements are automatic. Our thoughts and feelings are just as automatic. The automatism of thought and feeling is definitely connnected with the automatism of movement. One cannot be changed without the other. So that if a man's attention is concentrated, let us say, on changing automatic thoughts, the habitual movements and habitual postures will interfere with this new course of thought by attaching to it old habitual associations."
From "In Search of the Miraculous" The Teachings of G. I. Gurdjieff, by P. D. Ouspensky, another Most Remarkable Man
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