Closed source modules will be banned from kernel?
maximilianbianco at gmail.com
Tue Jul 15 01:40:47 UTC 2008
On Mon, Jul 14, 2008 at 6:39 AM, Andrew Kelly <akelly at corisweb.org> wrote:
> On Sun, 2008-07-13 at 00:10 -0400, max wrote:
>> Andrew Kelly wrote:
>> :^)knowledge of self is the best kind of knowledge to have , recognize
>> the switch and then you can learn how to flip it.
> Been looking for that one a while, indeed.
>> > It was written by a journalist named Wulfing von Rohr. German title is
>> > "Was lehrte Jesus Wirklich?"
>> > and has the impossible sub-title of "Wie man auch heute noch über Jesus
>> > mit Gott in Verbindung treten kann / Die verborgene Botschaft der
>> > Bibel". I don't think the book has ever appeared in English. A rough
>> > translation of the title would be,
>> > "What did Jesus really teach? How even today you can connect directly to
>> > God through Jesus / The hidden message of the Bible".
>> There is a line in there somewhere about turning the other cheek but it
>> doesn't appear to have translated very well.
> That's not the direction the book takes. It's more about a meditative
>> I am interested in everything. Simultaneously my greatest strength and
>> weakness. I never presume to 'know it all' but I act like I do :^) Its
>> quite infuriating if your not me. Luckily I don't have that problem;^)
> Ha! That was tasty, thank you. Gonna put that in a litte file I keep.
> So, I've got a rather brief list of books and authors that have had an
> impact on me in the recent past. I'll go ahead and list them here just
> in case our off topic chatter has anybody interested. But anything
> further we should take to e-mail for obvious reasons.
> In no particular order:
> "The Prophet", Khalil Gibran
> "The Little Prince", Antoine de Saint Exupéry
> "Monsieur Ibrahim and the Flowers of the Koran", Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt
> "Die Physiker", Friedrich Dürrenmatt
> "Der Eremit", published by Felix Schmidt
> "The Game of Life and How to Play it", Florence Scovel Shinn
> "The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ", Levi H Dowling
> "The Alchemist", Paulo Coelho
> "Generation Doof", Bonner / Weiss
> Various writings by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Emmet Fox, Madam Blavatsky,
> Garreth Knight, Edgar Cayce, Gandhi and Jim Morrison.
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