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(((Dinah))) Pardon my intrusion please

Posted by 64bowtie on December 6, 2004, at 6:03:56

In reply to Re: I must be crabby lately sunny10, posted by Dinah on December 6, 2004, at 3:04:23

Dinah, Please indulge me...

It has become very important that I stop the train. Being prone to depression and being curious are not mutually exclusive. You can have a history of depression and still have a history of being curious.

Please study yourself while in a fit of deep depression, sorta outta body (objectively). Attempt to be curious about a new thought, investigating its etiology. Notice that for that brief moment of curiosity, you were not consumed by the succumbing feelings of depressive despair. If you can still conjure up intuition, inciteful aha!s, meanful duh!s, while retaining the depressive despair, I'll still eat my hat.

These are not new conditions I put on this statement. I always have maintained they both can't be done at the same exact time in space. It ain't gonna happen.

Why am I going at this so hot and heavy? Because the more often you insist on being curious, the less time you have to be in succumbing depressive despair!

Is this a good thing? I'll eat another hat if you can prove that getting outta depression is a bad thing!

The aha! that comes along with curiosity provides a moment of bliss. Bliss and depression don't mix well, without a nuclear explosion or something...

When nuclear mass goes prompt-super-critical, inside the fireball, everything is a possibility!





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