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Jan 12, 2005


John D. Mitchell

My condolences and my best wishes for your friend.

In terms of talking about dealing with our emotions, a couple of things came to mind as I read your post...

"We need emotional content." --Bruce Lee, Enter the Dragon

Secondly, you said: "Emotional memory is like a wild horse taking you wherever it wants to go." My impression is that most people seem to consider emotions something that we have very little control over. But, isn't that the fallacy that lies at the heart of so many of our emotionalizational dysfunctions?

Troy Worman

Excellent post. I have been very confused over the past 30+ days. The enormous amount of suffering in the world makes my thoughts and my writing about anything else seem a little trite.

But I am doing it anyway. It is hard. I feel distacted. I feel selfish. I feel silly. But I am doing it anyway.

I'm counting my blessings. I am trying to focus on what I need to do. It seems to be working.

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