I thought it very gracious that the thread beginning with Mh's post
was (ultimately) transferred to the 'curezone open debate forum'
(I had trouble finding it, hence my mentioning the actual name).
The first post, as I think many would agree, WAS incendiary, and way over the top.
I can see someone sputtering over their breakfast orange juice: yes it's all very entertaining...I like theatre, but really...
However, most everyone here knows Mh has this quality. He goes off the deep end on subjects that incite him. (I think many thrive on that energy) There was a post a while back asking for an explanation of an outrageous statement about bananas on “108 pages”, and mh finally did acknowledge, by way of elucidation, that the statement he made there came from one of "the old medical books"; basically, the point being, in his estimation -if not the audience's 'knowing' here- that we are manipulated by advertising (and politics, as I see it) to believe or disbelieve nutritional 'truths', for example. Very good. But still,
he never actually explained how what he said about BANANAS made sense, but
he danced around the issue with his usual 'colour' and admission of 'who he is' and what he thinks, and allowed he had 'no problem with bananas' and then offered notes
on a product or two. (For potassium, as asked.)
You have to have been a regular on this forum
to sort out the apparent paradoxes here, and I must admit, I love a good paradox. I believe it's somehow central to what will finally, God willing, become a vibrating and living CENTRE. A place of poise beyond the confines and limits of this or that physical 'piece' AND the current split most of us grapple with, between the physical and the non-physical.
I will state here for the record - for good or ill- that I envision a happy day when mh will change his mind about some things, and discover that in fact it was the lead, or somesuch that was to blame for making him behave like a 'stick in the mud'. (over certain things I feel he’d otherwise see as entirely in line with his vision/knowing.) There are many here who love mh for that very charm and inconsistency, and I sometimes think they vicariously free themselves from an imagined personal 'guilt over inconsistency' by supporting his.
I may also be ‘guilty’ of this at times, in my desire to share this UNUSUAL and incessant interest I have in wholeness and all things 'health', with others, in an equal way.(and this, despite the fact that I honour ‘Spirit’ and ‘Mind’ above the body— but ha! Here’s another paradox that I imagine will become a pet, and we shall all sleep well together among the kindness of trees.
Nevertheless, (whatever the inconsistencies, and even the harsh ‘moments’) there's a lot of "gold in them thar hills”...
So, finally, 'missing the point' might conceivably translate to others' experience of 'dancing in the light'.
4 cents please! That’s one for each direction.
So, that's my Saturday speech, and,
if you will indulge me, I remain inspired and humbled by so many I sense here, working toward wholeness, and esp. whose hearts want to share this with others.
It is sometimes (sO!!!) not easy to give what "won't be taken", even in the same way it is not correct to "take what isn't given." (The latter is a Buddhist precept; "don't take what isn't given'. It is the Same (paradoxical, in the laregr sense) message as what Jesus taught.
There's God in them thar hills, I think.