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Mr. T had also undertaken some research about their new home land, “I must say I rather like the quote by Atatürk c.1930:
“Freedom consists of man’s ability to do what he thinks and desires without any influence or intervention by others. This is the broadest definition of the concept. Mankind has never attained liberty to this extent and never will because as is known, men are creations of nature and nature itself is not absolutely free either; it is subject to universal laws.”
Ayşe wondered, “Is universal law rather like natural law?
Arther recalled a seminar by chap called Mark Passio, “Natural Law: Universal, non-man-made, binding and immutable conditions that govern the consequences of behaviour. Natural Law is a body of Universal Spiritual Laws which act as the governing dynamics of Consciousness.
Consciousness: The ability of a being to recognise patterns and meaning with respect to events taking place, both within oneself and in the realm in which the self exists and operates.”
T looked up and smiled, “There now. That’s all that cleared up then.”
Ayşe wasn’t sure if he was serious or joking.
As if T understood her thought he added, “A serious sense of humour is frequently useful. It helps lighten the solidity.”
For a split second Ayşe swore T had become a clown. He was so funny, lovely funny. This was another of those Göbeklitepe moments.
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Mrs. T also spoke up, “I like the message bequeathed to the Turkish nation by Atatürk:
Yurtta Barış Dünyada Barış,
Peace At Home, Peace In The World.”
In English this sounds a bit like:
yurt-tah bar-irsh doon-yah-dah bar-irsh.
Mr. T added, “Ah now, you see, we’re back to frequency. Consider the human as a frequency generator. High frequency tends toward love and peaceful intent while anger, anxiety, jealousy, theft are indications of lower frequency vibration. Love over fear. Thought is powerful in directing and determining your frequency. Perhaps this should be a primary lesson in schools rather than the Prussian-Frankfurt model; let the imagination flow rather than fixate on regurgitating ABC.”
Ayşe smiled, “T is for teacher!”
Arther wasn’t so convinced, “T is for tosh! Tosh and nonsense!”
T smiled, “One person’s tosh and nonsense may be another’s inspiration and enlightenment. Be open to evolving beyond materialism and dogma. Even mc² = e may have an expiry date. Keep an open mind Arther. Beware the error of your ways and thoughts, since a closed mind may leave you prone to stagnation.”
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Mr. T continued, “Today’s conventional wisdom encompassing science, health and education seems stuck upon Newtonian reductionist physical particle theory, when really the world is not solid, but waveform information. Where your ancestors may well have been aware, it seems your peers have since forgotten.”
Mrs. T added, “Further to my research, Mevlana Celaleddin-i Rumi or Rumi Mevlana, however it is said, born in 1207, understood the frequency of love… ‘Love is the positive energy that is responsible for interaction between particles, thus connecting everything with everything else in the universe. So everything in the universe is interdependent.”
The dance of the Whirling Dervish Mevlana is called the Sema and has become part of Turkish custom and culture. Ayşe and Arther tried the Sema; right palm up, left palm down. Mr. & Mrs. T played the Sema ney and drum, because they can.
Arther & Ayse’s Gobeklitepe Adventure on Tap Blog. A spontaneous social media story experiment originally tested on FakeBook 19 November 2017. Gobeklitepe is an ancient megalith site on the Turkish-Syrian border said to be at least 11,600 years old. Is it just a bunch of old stones stood in Turkish soil or a game changer for a myriad of reasons? This story aims to explore the possible implications and touch upon issues and subject matter posted about on Tap Blog.
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