Comment: Mr. Cor-i-gan, Mr. Cor-i-gan

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Mr. Cor-i-gan, Mr. Cor-i-gan

Hee, hee. Alex said "Billy Corigan." I swear, how Alex pronounces Corgan always makes me laugh. "Corigan." lol. Good times, Alex. I'm confident Billy catches this mispronunciation each time even though Billy says nothing about it. Good on you, Billy. Good on you, Mr. Corigan. :p

I like this interview. I disagree with Billy's advice to invite, what it looks to me, heads of groups. Doing so could elevate collectivism at the individual's expense. Then again, it could have the opposite effect, spreading the word among people and raise the individual in that he respects himself, which would carry over to respecting who he interacts with. Just depends on how Alex handles his advice if he implements it. My advice, stop the fear campaign, do continue interviewing and reporting and, yes, have more of what you had with Mr. Cor-i-gan, discussions and conversations. Not an abundance of discussions and conversations, just enough of them to continually invite people responsive to freedom. Quantity and quality, in other words. Reporting and, to a lesser degree, interviewing are different than discussion and conversation, yes. Their difference to interviewing and reporting is that they, discussion and conversation, are interactive (rather than active and reactive), thereby prompting activity of the one plane of life that conducts the other plane of life, the physical. The one plane? Mental. Thinking -- which, I think, starts on self.

These two planes comprise spiritual. One plane affects the other plane. Although, one does affect the other more, much more, than the other affecting it. Physical-->mental. In my favorite health book is this advice easy to miss because of its placement: Study nature, not books.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.