I spent hours yesterday researching, reading about and listening to Larry Klayman; it started to feel a health threat following that line of thought. In classical Chinese medical terms, he's a prime example of YangQiao pathology. That may seem cryptic, but basically it's not being able to accept the external context of his life, to an excessive (pathological) degree. I mean, look, he files lawsuits at the drop of a hat -- hundreds it seems -- and is so proud of 1% of the time getting a judge not to summarily dismiss him. Such conceit, and pretense of doing good.retrofuturist wrote:Greetings cjmacie,
Given your total lack of concern about government over-reach, government corruption and government invasions of privacy expressed here then I retract my words... It will probably not constitute interesting reading for you. Nor will you want to forego two minutes watching this...cjmacie wrote:Interesting in what way?retrofuturist wrote:Greetings,
Interesting reading re: surveillance investigation (PDF)....
You find him a sort of hero? You're into a bodhisattva sort of thing? (engaging the wheel of dhamma secondary to redeeming the wheel of samsara.)
From the dhamma perspective, a memorable quotation from Stephen Levine (that he no doubt quoted from elsewhere) -- the world out there (samara) is much too big for one to try to control (change), BUT it's the perfect size for letting go of.