PHILOSOPHY • way • 2006.03.1
Believing one's view to be superior
is to beleive an illusion.
To beleive illusion is to be frusterated,
always being drawn to a moving target-
unseeing what lies between and so
colliding with unexpected conditions.
The balanced view
is content to meander through many views
as day trips into psychic wilderness-
closely observing their nature and
happy to dissolve them for a good night's dream.
The view balancing all views
as it sees any view that beleives it is superior