Re: a gentle plea
- Diana said:
> Sorry. Been trying to think of a cute reply but give up.and Frank replied:
Don't be sorry, Di. We all have our strengths and weaknesses, and
isn't your strong point.
I do hope Diana realized it was a compliment, Frank.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frank Thomas Smith"
> > I would also like to offer a special award to Frank, who hasoffered
> > up some of the most hilarious insults it has ever been my pleasure
> > to read.
> > Nana
> Huh? And I thought they were compliments.
>Gosh, I hope so, Nana. I wouldn't want her to think I'm anti-impediment. I
> and Frank replied:
> Don't be sorry, Di. We all have our strengths and weaknesses, and
> isn't your strong point.
> I do hope Diana realized it was a compliment, Frank.
know it's not their fault ("they" being those who have thinking
impediments), that it's not even a question of IQ. Rather that something in
their biography (this life or a previous one) so affected their psyche that
it makes objective judgment where spiritual subjects are concerned difficult
if not impossible, and can result in paranoia, or at least in paranoia-like
actions and/or words.