The Sandorian Grove: Quote of the Day: Fear is the mind-killer    
 Quote of the Day: Fear is the mind-killer8 comments
picture24 Sep 2003 @ 07:46, by Max Sandor

"I must not fear.

Fear is the mind-killer.

Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.

I will face my fear.

I will permit it to pass over me and through me.

And when ...

it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.

Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.

Only I will remain."

---Frank Herbert, Dune - Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear

Here are some links to Frank Herbert
(his picture ripped from this place)

Dune World is here!

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24 Sep 2003 @ 23:32 by Kim @ : Synchronicity beyond measure....
I just re-read Dune, completed it 10 minutes before reading this. I must have read it a hundred times, each time I learn something more.........  

25 Sep 2003 @ 00:17 by jeffolsen : Fear
of the unknown is a fear of diversity.  

25 Sep 2003 @ 01:27 by repsyche : dune
it is an interesting enterprise to compare "Dune" to "Star Wars", especially the female roles. Nice post!  

25 Sep 2003 @ 02:26 by Kim (Ashanti) @ : Dune is Now
Dune is a marvellous map/guide/perspective on all that is happening now (and any time, upwards, downwards, inwards, outwards, and reverse vector-wards). It basically spells out the whole game-plan, and who is up to what. And of course, the litany against Fear is a marvellous tonic in the context of those who are anxious to spread fear. As usual, you are a {link:|brother with perfect timing}, Max. :-)  

25 Sep 2003 @ 04:16 by jeffolsen : Oooh New!
I'm dune foor! Perhaps its worth a second look for me. I wasn't sure what I was looking at the first time. As soon as I finish the Fresco. Or maybe together.  

25 Sep 2003 @ 07:18 by mx @ : Kim: ah, you are here (and now) ;-)
from the note on your {link:|BLOG} I thought you vanished for a while ;-) glad to hear from you. Love what you linked to. Yes, clocks *are* the token of modern day enslavery.. A good time to remember the old quote from JD Flora: "clocks came and time left, writing came and memory left, tv came and now few have the time to read,". I wonder what he would say about the BLOG ;-)
All the best to you, wherever you are now, Kim !!  

27 Sep 2003 @ 13:28 by Ed @ : Frank
I knew him slightly when I was a student in Seattle. His son and I became buddies for a few months before I moved away. Frank Herbert was a stocky man with brown/auburn hair, a full reddish beard, and the bluest penetrating eyes this side of Paul Newman.

His house was full of books. Every room had floor to ceiling bookshelves, including the hallways.
Ed Dawson  

3 Nov 2004 @ 14:51 by dannii @ : band?
is this copyrighted or can i use it as a band name??????? pleez email me  

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