A good pointer. I was looking but couldn't find 'me' around which thoughts would be encircling. I asked myself: Is it true that there is no 'me' center, really? The answer to follow was NOT a definite "yes", but something like "seems true, but should I trust this finding?". I left for an evening walk with much more spaciousness than usually. During the walk, there was a thought that stayed with me frequently: "Life without a center, I can trust it".-Are the thoughts, really, encircling a me? I notice the words directly point to this belief in a core self.
Are the words pointing to anything within this circle?
The next day (today) the thought "Life without a center" was again frequently with me and there was hardly any "me" thought or feeling felt, much spaciousness. Right now, in the evening, "Life without a center" -feeling is probably there to some extend but not as clear earlier today when it was very fresh. But let me feel for it after completing this message.
Yes, the evidence so far supports this.And, please entertain the possibility, after looking carefully at the centre that all these thoughts are assumed to encircle, that there is nothing BUT the thoughts. About. Like all thoughts. Could this really be true? Does the evidence so far support that?
Obviously Mag and Batman seem both almost equally fictious entities, but can't say how much more real the former is to latter. During last 24h there was certainly not that great difference.-And of course, please consider, does the story and movie and comic of Batman mean the guy is hanging out on a darkened building, brooding? What, if anything, does Mag and Batman share?
You had some more questions that felt not so important right now (MY vegetables VS vegetables that are mine etc). Tell me if I should investigate them too.
It has been a great delight to converse with you too, Elizabeth! Thank you for great questions, I appreciate...Thanks for being so faithful and sincere in your inquires, Mag. A pleasure, here. Love, E.