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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I've Got Nothing More To Say:

Twenty Boxes Of Nearly Haiku II

Cowboy Cottage, East Napa, California, USA

December 20, 2011



This collection of nearly haiku, I've Got Nothing More To Say: Twenty Boxes Of Nearly Haiku II, is the sixth in a sextology titled Koans And So On: It is the sequel to I've Got Nothing To Say: Twenty Boxes Of Nearly Haiku.



Embrace me, and I know your presence. Converse with me, and I know who you are.
Here's an idea for business cards for masters: two inch by three inch mirrors.
I love that I love you. I adore that you love that I love you.
A touchscreen is the access to your smartphone, as language is the access to your brain.
Peoples' natural response to you authentically being who you really are is love and respect, or not.
When you stop speaking, my world goes away. When you speak again, it reappears.
I'm most prolific when I've got nothing to write about.
The way you are is a way you are. It isn't the way you are.
Here's how sharing transformation is unlike sharing anything else: when I give transformation away, I get more.
Actually there are  three possible answers to a "yes / no" question.
A great woman isn't a woman who's great when you're around her. A great woman is a woman you're great when you're around her.
How many Zen Buddhists does it take not to?
The way to a real man's heart is through his ears.
My creation muscle doesn't become stronger with practice. It gets more familiar.
The root of all malcontentment is an obsession with playing small.
Enlightenment isn't a state to get to. It's a space to communicate from.
You are you as Werner is Werner. There's no difference, no secret.
Causing transformation is really very simple: just shut up and speak.
Yes we do  live in a perfect world. Stop lying about it.
Who you are is the clearing in which the question "Who am I?" shows up.



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