Child play

You are all children in one way playing beneath the maple trees, dreaming in the long twilights of your adult state.

Your adult selves now seemingly so independent would not know what to say to your childhood selves if you met them.


Seth: Now, in one way you are all playing childhood games with yourselves. And, if you will forgive me, I will use an analogy and remember it is an analogy. And, an analogy is a fable, a tale, a story, or a parable that is innately true while it may not physically appear to be so. You are all children in one way playing beneath the maple trees, dreaming in the long twilights of your adult state even as your adult selves now seemingly so independent would not know what to say to your childhood selves if you met them; but within you the childhood self must also grow. And, allow it its growth. In the reality that you know there are many boxes. You can travel from one box to another. The boxes are not prisons...

ESP, May 18, 1971  (EC3)

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