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Re: Re: Manic vs Panic

Posted by Dr. Rod on November 19, 2003, at 1:05:34

In reply to Re: Manic vs Panic, posted by Speaker on November 18, 2003, at 23:13:33

What we learn can be clues to how we can update our motives... If learning were an event and not a process, I could see how you might be concerned... Also, a process is not defined by a series of incidental events, so don't sit around bored and wait up late nights for that ephemeral event called learning... Try this... Suspend all opinions (yours and others) for 24 hours... I hope you do discover which opinions are yours and which are "overlays"... You can't if your curiosity is stultified...




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