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> <ps-the frustration of driving a car in heavy traffic is the same
> everybody. If you are waiting to pull out into heavy traffic you
> will tick off either the person you pull out in front of or the
> person behind you when you don't pull out in front of someone.>
> Haha, do you believe that everything in life is a symbol? If so,
> what do you think heavy traffic means?
Just as in dreams where each element of the dream is an aspect of
myself I think everything I notice in life is an aspect of me.
Symbolically it may mean I am being pushed around because I fear
others being ticked off at me. Or maybe I want to avoid trouble but
can't. Or I get impatient with people who do that to me.
What do you think it means, Onniko?
> --- In email@example.com, "texasbg2000"
> <Bigbobgraham@a...> wrote:
> > Frustration has some interesting facets I think.
> > The frustration of a scrub lady working twenty years to get by
> > pay bills would be different in type from the frustration of a
> > socialite of wealth spending twenty years buying things and is
> > frustrated that the thrill has gone out of. The depression of
> > would be similar but the connection to the environment is very
> > different.
> > The frustration of someone who feels they are missing something
> > their life of going along with the status quo of culture would be
> > different from the frustration of the revolutionary who can't get
> > message out.
> > The frustration of the star crossed loser would be different from
> > frustration of the religious leader who can't get people to see
> > they would be if they took up his religion.
> > The frustration of the artist who cannot make the perfect
> > would be different from the frustration of the person who wishes
> > could express themselves as an artist.
> > Being foiled just seems to be part of what happens when we see
> > ourselves in relationship to others.
> > Love
> > Bobby G.
> > ps-the frustration of driving a car in heavy traffic is the same
> > everybody. If you are waiting to pull out into heavy traffic you
> > will tick off either the person you pull out in front of or the
> > person behind you when you don't pull out in front of someone.