Conversations For Transformation: Essays Inspired By The Ideas Of Werner Erhard

Conversations For Transformation

Essays By Laurence Platt

Inspired By The Ideas Of Werner Erhard

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(working title)

Be What You Are

(working title)

Not Yet Located

Not Yet Dated

"It's much easier to ride the horse in the direction he's going." ... 
This essay, Be What You Are (working title), is the companion piece to Space For Redemption: When "I'm Sorry!" Isn't Enough.

It is also the sequel to Common Man Common Place.

I am indebted to Donovan Copley who inspired this conversation.




Work in progress.

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When I look at whatever issues I have with the way my life is going, I notice it's really less of the way it's going, than it is the significance I add to it, wherein the trouble lies.

I've discovered it's useful in letting go of significance, to entertain the possibility that adding significance isn't something I do, as much as it's an automatic function of the machinery. So letting go of significance doesn't require I stop doing  something, as much as it's noticing how automatic the process of significance-making is, and then seeing if I'm willing to no longer identify with it.

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If you're this, be this; if you're that, be that.

Be what you are. It's enough. Really. Keep your fingers out of the machinery.

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  Coming soon.   



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