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Posted on 2008.09.02 at 14:51
Gurdjieff discusses morality, from "Beezlebub's Tales to his Grandson" (p.342)

"Here it will be very interesting to notice a particularity of this morality which was grafted upon it at the very beginning of its arising and which ultimately became part and parcel of it.

"What this said particularity of terrestrial morality is, you can easily represent to yourself and understand if I tell you that, both inwardly and outwardly, it acquired exactly that 'unique propery' which belongs to the being bearing the name 'chameleon'.

"And the oddity and peculiarity of this said particularity of the morality there, especially of contemporary morality, is that its functioning automatically depends entirely on the moods of the local authorities, which moods in their turn depend also automatically on the stae of the four sources of action existing there under the names of 'mother-in-law', 'digestion', 'John Thomas', and 'cash'.


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