The day at the Pond

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Blog entry by cronk posted 05-20-2007 06:15 AM 751 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch

Debbies “spirituality” comments opened a door to other places. Some thoughts I had a few years ago may be of interest to someone.-


If frogs considered everything was real,
then applied certain operations
if these held true (that is they couldn’t find anything wrong)
then gave it a name; society.

If frogs took the set of all realness,
added realness to it and multiplied realness to it
then they got something which was real.

If frogs took a society( a string of realness multiplied then added)
it is said that it has individuals.
But the individual is only allowed to be the biggest society without people.
er go: if the society has people there are no individuals.

If frogs considered realness which is continuous,
then they could multiply it and add it
provided they never left the pond.

If frogs took realness in groups of three,
then added or multiuplied it and if things didn’t work out the way they thought it should.
Therefore never do anything in groups of three, it doesn’t exist at the pond.

If frogs took all realness
then there are at least two sub realnesses,
one which is the same and one which is empty,
so they are called trivial.

If it is trivial, there is only one interpretation:

Never meet in groups larger than two.

-- cronk, oregon

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#1 posted 05-20-2007 12:01 PM

this is really interesting.
I am intrigued by the idea of “realness” as well as “if things didn’t work out the way they thought it should”

Thank you for posting this!!

-- ~ Debbie, Canada (

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