Re: anger, hatred and ignorance
- --- In email@example.com, "Nick Lawrance"
> From Cari
> I would think that humans have to deal with the fact that they do
> have an animal nature. Perhaps the rational guide could be a way
> recognize base thought for what it is and put it in its place, notYou're welcome, Nick. Now, if only I could listen to my own advice
> acting on it, if harmful... transcending it, rather than trying to
> eliminate it entirely, even though, of course, awareness could
> certainly change or eliminate *some* thoughts and behaviors.
> What do you think?
> I have to agree with you, thanks that was excellent advice.
more often. ;-)
- Hi PMCV,
LOL! It makes no difference. My failure to understand that you were
joking still makes it a falure to communicate ;-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, pmcvflag <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> Hey George
> >>>Hi PMCV,
> Another failure to communicate. ;-)<<<
> Naw, I actually got your meaning... I simply played with it a bit
> because I thought the part you made as a sort of side comment was
> actually really on the mark in spite of the fact it was not your
> direct meaning. Againk, I was too subtle for my own good, and the
> did not come through.
> >>>I am quite comfortable here. I just usually don't have anything
> relevant to add to the conversation. Y'all cover it quite well.<<<
> Well, then we shall have to not do such a good job so that others
> get a word in *lol* ;) (yes, I am doing it yet again even though
> ill advised)