1.1.94
by Brian R. Stuart


Our bodies are comprised of matter.
Our minds have impressed on our
bodies
a reproduction of who we really are.
They are not ideal reproductions,
but they are close.
Plato was wrong to think these reproductions
were poor.
They are quite the opposite.
They are reproductions,
but they are vivid, nearly accurate reproductions.
Our mind has impressed on our bodies
a reproduction of itself.
We must not try to alter this reproduction
for then we would be altering our minds
and allowing others to impress their
less accurate reproductions
upon our matter.
We must retain our own impressions.
and be who we are.


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