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Re: Mercury, et. al.

Posted by Temmie on June 27, 2003, at 21:16:12

In reply to Re: Mercury, et. al., posted by Mercury on June 27, 2003, at 20:14:13

Hi! Just popping in while doing a bit of research (second language acquisition theory), and found your post ....

Re: "But I wonder if we shouldn't rethink the usefulness of suffering. I say all the ways in which one can suffer have already been experienced ... I say BEEN THERE DONE THAT! Thanks but no thanks, I'm through! Time to move on."

I agree! Who knows why we suffer the way we do. And, no, it isn't fair (but sometimes we can't move on. I'd be delighted to move on from depression, but like a hole in my heart that won't go away -- often it's ... just ... there).

With that thought in mind, re. your remark that "life never ends" (or however you phrased it), at times this can seem (eternal life) a hellish twist of fate! For those with spiritual experiences, I think mental/emotional turmoil can sometimes seem especially cruel. You know? How can those who've been blessed with such -- well -- blessings -- continue to be saddled with such woes? (And will pain and despair follow one into eternity?)

Oh well, it is good to talk about these things, and hopefully we can inspire and encourage one another.

Thank you for writing. I'll be checking in.





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