The Little Man Who Wasn’t There

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Joined  12-11-2010
08 August 2012 16:20

When one tries to convince another that their belief system is logically flawed, it is easy to forget that there is no actual person “in there”.
The so called person emerges in the thinking process.
It is nothing but swirling mnemonic debris.
So in effect, one phantom is talking to another phantom about a phantom world.
The person cannot apperceive its own, or another’s, circumstance anymore than a dreamed character can see theirs.
It’s a hell of a problem.

Last night upon the stair.
I saw a little man who wasn’t there.
He wasn’t there again today.
Gee…...I wish he’d go away.