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Posted by Philip on December 12, 1998 at 15:24:30:
In Reply to: James Douglas Morrison posted by eye12Bwrtr on July 08, 1998 at 20:02:57:
: It is true that JDM was able at a very young age to grasp most of the "screaming maggot group-grope called life" and by reading and understanding his ancient history also understood the majority of man kind: Selfish, scared, petty and evil. He himself is most often desribed as being evil himself, but to my oppinion it was more anger and indignation of the mainstream and middle manīs little atrocitities throgh the times that made him react in desperation. Maybe it takes a true awarenes that we are mortals and our time on earth is limited to surp the fear and the bull that surrounds us from all the people who selfrighteaously make a living hell for themselves and others. We might as well consider ourselves being on a thin raft down a ferocious river. We come on board seperately and we all have to leave that raft at some point, and that we also do seperately. Why on earth canīt we then cooperate a little more while being for a short while on that raft in stead of waging constant war against each other. I understand JDM perfectly when he said that "living in the city is a constant state of paranoia". It is terrible to realize that we actually are totally alone, and that everbody is fighting everybody "Love has been lost is that the reason trying so desperatly to be free"?
: This is my fourht attempt to post.
: It will be short. I have been soul touched by the writings of James Douglas Morrison. perhaps because in them he speaks a language which before I only heard in me....so hearing them I suddenly am no longer lonely. Warm comfort.
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