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by Thaddeus Golas
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The Cosmic Airdrome - Aphorisms & flights of fancy into Space Consciousness.

©2008, Seed Center Books. California, 2011.
by Thaddeus Golas, Compiled and Edited by Sylvain Despretz

The Collected Works of Thaddeus Golas Vol. 2 

By author: Thaddeus Golas
Product Code: ccb-002
ISBN: 978-0-9830574-1-3
Size: 5″X 7.6″ Inches – 140 pages.
Availability:  Book in print/available

The Cosmic Airdrome is a Rosetta Stone to The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment.

Originally written as a series of annotations to The Guide  it contains explanations and further descriptions of its many concepts.
The cosmic Airdrome is a book of aphorisms and wisdom that you can open anywhere, to any page. Thaddeus Golas collected his thoughts and diary entries over a period of twenty years.
The cream of these philosophical gems, compact ideas, and graceful metaphors, is collected in one elegant volume that can work as a decoder to many of Thaddeus Golas’ ideas and visions as first delivered in The Lazy Mans Guide to Enlightenment.  The Cosmic Airdrome is a pocket companion, and friend.

From Thaddeus Golas on The Cosmic Airdrome

Dear Readers: This book is an added reply to those who have written to thank me for writing The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment.  It is a letter to those who merely thought of sending a note.  It provides ideas for those who felt they wrote the Guide themselves. Of course I think you who are none of the above will also be entertained.

Afterthoughts were inevitable, and it occurred to me you might enjoy them. I have some notions I would really like to pass along. I hope here and there a line will set off a flash of pleasurable insight.

From The Cosmic Airdrome:

Once when I took some trash to a country dump, there was an old but well-manicured Chevy pickup truck in front of me, moving very slowly. I had my car completely turned around be­fore the driver, an old man, had backed up to unload. As I was going back to my car after tossing a bag of trash, I saw a little girl about five years old on the passenger side of the truck. The look on her face!

She was shy and proud and pleased and amazed, astonished at the earth-moving machines and how tiny she was in the scale of the excavation, delighted that she had been allowed to go along on such an important trip, full of innocent, lovable pleasure—all this was in her face at once.

If only I could always be so inno­cently grateful to God.

Why is it that the passage of time in a given circumstance, like a job or residence, can be borne for years, but when you know for certain it will end or change, every moment of delay is difficult to bear?

So often under repressive regimes the worst disorder comes when im­provements are made, and hope re­kindle.

At the time of the French Revolu­tion, the King was a most agreeable man, trying to institute reforms.

Perhaps that is why spiritual reviv­als often lead to violence — people have no patience when deliverance is said to be at hand.

Be careful of what you promise, even if you can deliver.
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