Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Verbatim

“Kabbalah has helped my soul. I was brought up Baptist, and there’s religions and all that stuff, and the Bible’s written – everything’s in codes. And the thing that drew me to Kabbalah is, it all comes from the light. This sounds so weird, I know, but I’m just trying to explain it in a way that – like, it all stems from the light. And Kabbalah, out of all of ‘em, is the oldest, er, it’s so rich, I think it kind of overrides everything. Like, if I read a normal self-help book – I think that the people who write these (Kabbalah) books are so on a different level, that if you can come into contact with their consciousness, it’s like, so profound and enlightening.”

Damn, Britney, if you write this stuff yourself, you’re not leaving me much room. But okay, I’ll try.

So, I guess I didn’t realize that if something’s the oldest it overrides everything? Huh. Because in light of this information I’m thinking that all the Catholics and Muslims and Buddhists and Christians and probably even atheists and flight attendants will have to rethink.

3 comments:

megan said...

Betsy, I think you should write one of those (Kabbalah) books, 'cause you're on a different level, and then I could come into contact with your consciousness 'n shit.

Teodoro Callate said...

I am so glad that my spiritual journey can finally come to a fulfilling, I mean, resolution.

Betsy said...

I know, guys, right? My Kabbalah book would be so totally short though, cuz it's like, after "it's all about the light?" It's totally about feeling the light? And like, being the light? And turning off the light? You know?