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Smell the roses, w/purpose and gusto AuntieMel

Posted by 64bowtie on August 9, 2004, at 18:14:22

In reply to Re: the cart and the horse chasing each other 64bowtie, posted by AuntieMel on August 9, 2004, at 12:38:30

(((AuntieMel))),

Wow! ...just Wow! Thanx so much. Ya' made my day!

A stategy comes to mind that you might try is to roll up your sleeves and study to expand your awareness of what are adult mankind's talents, skills, abilities, and attributes. Earmak those items unique to adults, that those dang carefree kids don't have and can never do. Then evaluate one by one which are most important. If you go back as far as mid-November posts here, I list

You already dealt with one, that is you can't be blackmailed by misplaced feelings of guilt created by your feelings of obligation to your Dad. As a kid, that wouldn't work. As an adult, you're fine.

Kids don't deal in love, really. It's an asif love more like approval/disapproval. Tis do to the way they store memories as feelings. After the genetic remapping of puberty, things work so much better for the aesthetics. They then store memories as pictures to be called up quickly anotated by a value (feeling), attached to help us organise the storage.

Adults can create in their minds accurately and undistorted in three or more dimensions. Kids have trouble because they must conceptualise in six, two dimensional renderings to equal what adults can do in one, three dimensional rendering. Where would this be important? Piloting a helicopter in a battle zone comes to mind. Many, many variables to manage at one time.

Solving the navigation solutions to send satellites to Mars is another. There are so many variables to keep an eye on at once, that engineers and scientists are often overwhelmed. It wouldn't be easier for kids who can't rely on a 3-d sense of where they are and what's next. I suppose if you get six times as many kids together as it would take for adults to do the job, you could make me a liar.

I went in that bizzarre direction with purpose. If your interests are sorta narrow, you won't be impressed with what I say. Expand your interests and see what that is like. Take a couple of years to see and experience the "new". Don't be timid; be daring. Seek goodness, truth, and beauty in large doses.

Keep an eye out for "conflicted-souls" that can obligate you if you aren't careful. Your Dad taught you the obligation process all toooo well. That makes it only familiar, not good.

Rod


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