May 1, 2005
Troy Tolley, Channel
MICHAEL SPEAKS – Open Floor
[M Entity] Hello to all of you. We are here.
[freyaisissuz] Michael has said in the past that in the teacher-student relationship we may learn from them and they learn from us. That indicates to me an evolving teaching. Do they still say that is true, and in what ways are we learning from each other today? How are we All doing?
[M Entity] Of course we remain learning from you as much as you learn from us.
[Excerpt from TT: 2005-05-01]
[Tibtyc] Greetings, Michael. Where do you stand on the subject of copyright? I would like to write about you, or rather the ideas coming from you. This would probably mean quoting from different channels, but the prospect of doing that is kind of scary, from the viewpoint of copyright… Any advice? That was my question.
[M Entity] When you are working with material from the physical plane, however inspired from non-physical sources, the question of ownership and copyright is valid. It is quite within the rights of any fragment to quote another. There are very few restrictions upon that freedom.