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- Posted: Sun, 17 Jun 2012 10:07:46 +0000
Hmm, never heard of this before.
I remember you. hola!
and yeh, it's more than a bit secluded.... the few websites that actually have to do with it are either unfinished with plenty of red links, or else very overrun with idiots.
:,D someone remembers me?!
Ah, probably why I haven't heard of it then. Area there any books published on it?
not that I know of. we generally just journal (concept similar to the Book of Shadows) and read up on Star Wars lore and general philosophy (typically ethics, political theory and theology).
Ah I see, i know some people follow the Jedi code in real life, how does this differ from that if I might ask?
Jedi here. I might be a bit off, but I think generally, we see the Force as something akin to a blend of the Tao and Ch'i. So for Jedi, it's more of a mutual partnership with the Force. We don't really seek out how things can benefit us, we pretty much just seek contentment with what is. I mean, sure, we do try for internal self-improvement, and we may take up a martial art for fitness or self-defense or protection of others, but generally the sentiment is that "Wars not make one great."
I think the Sith do take a more Darwinist approach. Survival of the fittest, and all that. I guess we just go in it for the benefit of all.
Ah I see, thank you.
I feel like like I'm talking to a shoulder angel and devil xD