Vincent J Cataldi

A Curiosity of Spirit (FULL DOCUMENT)


If you already read Parts I through III and want to skip the preface, you can jump to the beginning of Part IV.


I am publishing this story somewhat hastily in response to the hue and cry on the Above Top Secret forums. Apologies in advance for those areas that I would have improved or omitted entirely had I spent more time thinking about what others wanted to hear and less time thinking about what I wanted to say. I attempted, where it occurred to me, to explain the terms and workings of the things I mention, but I may have forgotten to explain some items which could cause confusion and/or Google searches. I will attempt to update this document in the coming weeks as I have time, to improve the clarity and eliminate elements which may unnecessary or uninteresting to others.


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About Vincent Cataldi

Address 2516 E Menlo Blvd. Shorewood, WI USA 53211-2612 Neighborhood Milwaukee Websites 189433 (ICQ) My Three Favorite Quotes: 1970-2004 1. Peer pressure makes everyone average, average is less than everyone’s potential; the difference is courage. 2. 'Power comes from knowledge, timing, and its assumption ... I assume ' 3. Courage yields Genius if, your genius yields to your courage. These three quotes I invented to paraphrase long stories which I routinely used as motivational assistance. These three each took ten years to condense, and were created ten years apart, taking thirty years to complete the recursive trinity lessons. Vincent J Cataldi - October 2006 * Note on Jan. 3 - 2012 : "Courage" is NOT "courage", "Genius" is not "genius", and "yields" is rather the antithesis of "yields to". Also, the last line of the first sentence ends with "courage", as does the last sentence end this way. "Genius" is 'beyond' our conscious ability and comes through the heart from the sub-conscious; "genius" is the brains we are born with and the experience we push through while living. Admittedly, the grammatical use of "Courage" & "courage" is ambiguous, intentionally. Note also, in sentence one - 'find your own path' message - ends with "courage", yet I did not yet have the courage to tell my 'students' that I was directing them to their 'Own "Genius"', until the last word of sentence three. And notice the use of single quotes around sentence two clearly defines No ending punctuation, intentionally. These (all) 'fell out of my mouth - are from beyond me - and thus this is an example of creation through "Genius", not "genius" ... :)

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