Father, Son & the Holy Ghost Complex

Father and Son

From:Timothy Falcone <twfalcone@gmail.com>
To: George F <gjfalcone@yahoo.com>
Sent: Sun, July 3, 2011 11:26:09 AM
Subject: ahoy

just dropping a line to see how you're feeling? sent you a message yesterday but don't know if you got it. I'm sure you're well, but I felt it best to ease my mind.


From: George F <gjfalcone@yahoo.com> Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2011 09:14:06 -0700 (PDT) To: Timothy Falcone<twfalcone@gmail.com> Subject: Re: ahoy

Hey Yo, I've been absorbed , sorry for the passage of daze w/out contact. Ran across a fav O' mine I gotta pass on.


"It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbled, or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena; whose face is marred by the dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions and spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best, knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who, at worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly; so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory or defeat."

That's Teddy Roosevelt speaking at the Sorbonne a century ago in 1910.

Or in G-Pops speak...he it somewhat similar in message to:
For those who choose he balcony, to judge what they think they see, shall never know the glory of the mainstage quite like me...


From:"twfalcone@gmail.com"

Happy Freedom day! Thanks for your service in helping keep us free!


From: George F

When you have time, read this as if it were the gospel of the Lord, fore they both share the commonality of your mortality as well as your morality. The Irony is ...

My days of service were the only time in my adult life I put anything above family... and on the surface, that sounds soooo noble. But as per our previous text conversation ie: 'how are you feeling'...

I 've a propensity to alter perception...because when you cannot change reality, the only viable alternative is to alter perception... The problem with that is it has a certain 'God complex' to it.

Now that you're about to embark upon the most 'crucial thinking years' of your life, I hope; correction, I pray, to walk along that path with you. I acknowledge the fact the best way to achieve that goal is in the 'here to fore' medium.

From this point forward I propose we spend time in this medium whereas you are not my son; but instead an equal. An equal in mind, spirit, and being. Having said that, there's no time like the present. Since we know not what tomorrow brings, or if tomorrow brings for that matter...Let me just say,based on my life's experience, I choose to believe in a higher power, what many refer to as God. I have found most tend to agree on the existence of such a force. It appears dissension, in opinion, occurs in his interference/ involvement in our lives.

Does he permit us free will to be good or evil? it would appear so. Arguably that would be the extreme. If God has given us the ability to choose between good and evil, right and wrong, just and unjust, does he not have compassion for those whom choose to exercise such desires for good, whether they be of Gods' will or not?

In fact, are we not avoiding Gods' will by not manipulating perception for good? Perception is merely a point of view. If I choose to destruct myself to change perception for overall good, is that not noble, is that not just, is that not Gods' will?

Is that not what Jesus died for on the cross for?

"Forgive them Father fore they know not what they do?"

If you read anything about Jesus you must take away from it "compassion" for mankind. The struggles, the diversity, the very conflict between the worlds of which we are placed. The message is powerful, especially for those placed without wealth of their Earthly life.

All that remains is the path we choose to follow.


From: "twfalcone@gmail.com" <twfalcone@gmail.com>
To:George F <gjfalcone@yahoo.com>
Sent: Mon, July 4, 2011 2:12:52 PM
Subject: Re: ahoy


You'll have to explain the meaning behind the spiritual message, though I understand the message, I'm lost on what sparked it. You speak as a man who knows the clock is running out. Is there something you're trying not to tell me?

From: George F <gjfalcone@yahoo.com>


Answer posted http://hubpages.com/hub/Not-Father-and-Son

If you look at it, as an Internal conflict, between the two worlds

in which we all live;

we can only conclude, we haven't the tools to succeed in both...

somethin's gotta give


From:twfalcone@gmail.com

Gonna need some time to ponder all those concepts...AS long as you're well and there's no time element involved!? BTW, did you hear the verdict RE: Anthony V. Florida

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

1:20 PM

Reading about Maslow's hierarchy of needs, to which I remember talking with you about that about a year ago! Remember?

1:48 PM

George F gjfalcone@yahoo.com

enjoy...I'm gonna go with the Maslow conversation in context as a comparion contrasting Aristotle's Catharsis: As In

" From Maslow to Aristotle, seemingly overnight; fear of the unknown and I'm frozen with Fright"

Yea, the question is, would she be safer in prison? At best that's a coin flip.

6:35 PM Jeter meter:2997...3 to go


Thursday July 7, 2011

4:19 PM Jeter Meter: 2998

After Jeets gets 3k hits, I'd go w/ a line-up change as per our discussion. Gardner leads off, the need for speed. Jeter next, even though Girardi doesn't Hit & Run.

They really should make him buy a ticket 'cause all he does is watch, not manage.

I like Grandy hitting 3rd followed by Tex then Cano. A-Rod Swisher, La vida Loca & Hip Hip.

I'm not sold on Jeets hitting 2nd.

What I'd love to see: Gardner,Teix; Grandy, Cano, A-Rod, Jeets, Swish, Hip, Loca...But Girardi phones it in so the point is mute.


Friday July 8 2011

Tim

Poor Josh Hamilton huh!? 1:31 PM

Me

did he fall off the wagon? 1:32 PM

did he throw the guy the ball?

Tim

He threw a ball to a fan in the stands at yesterday's game, fan dove and fell over the rail from balcony, he dies an hour later He was a basketcase in his interview this morning 1:33 PM

Me

a year ago, almost to the day, a fan fell from the upper deck @ Texas stadium1:35 PM

Tim

I remember that! A sign of a new barrier in place to come, eh? 1:42 PM

Me

where 'd u c that interview? 1:47 PM

Tim

I think it was Sportcenter, I had to drop off something at Blue for Val, and saw him on one of the TV's really upset, can't blame himself tho1:53 PM

Me

BTW: Chelly's here 2:33 PM

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