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Re: I chickened forward instead Dinah

Posted by 10derHeart on March 30, 2005, at 12:15:47

In reply to Re: I chickened forward instead, posted by Dinah on March 30, 2005, at 10:29:07

>>The very unbrave thing was to just get the d*mn thing over with.<<

Well, I think I get most of what you've said, and understand. But I'd disagree just with this. Would it truly have been brave to suffer in this case?

I don't think waiting that week fell into the category of *righteous* or *necessary* suffering (in the M. Scott Peck kind of way). I think it would have been unnecessary and accomplished nothing. So, I still see it as braver and wiser to have jumped in instead of waiting and possibly ruminating. Sometimes waiting and stewing is, in a way, less brave, because it requires no movement. No decision, no change. And that to me, is a hard part - doing something. Anything at all - especially if it's different.

I hope that wasn't rude at all, and made a tiny bit of sense. I didn't construct my thoughts very well. (Foggy today after weird T. session.)




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