“Ordinarily, if an average man comes face to face with the nagual the shock would be so great that he would die. The goal of a warrior’s training is not to teach him to hex or to charm, but to prepare his tonal not to crap out ... You call it explaining. I call it a sterile and boring insistence of the tonal to have everything under it’s control. Whenever it doesn’t succeed, there is a moment of bafflement and then the tonal opens itself to death. What a prick! It would rather kill itself than relinquish control. And yet there is very little we can do to change that condition.”
Carlos Castaneda

Tales of Power

You Cannot Eat Press Releases

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I don’t know who this guy but its comforting to hear a person of business recognize the critical situation and opportunity around food. Despite the highlight on food and agriculture which drew me to the interview I was intrigued by what he said about India “they don’t like people making money”.  I have to admit that I look forward to a world where people like him cannot “buy in” to anything, especially not to farming and food production. I believe I understand (at least superficially) his reasoning and yet I find almost all of it morally bankrupt – another example of highly evolved intellect devoid of purpose?

This came to me through Raymond Pirouz

 

 

 

 

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