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Re: Please be sensitive Squiggles

Posted by muffled on June 28, 2007, at 15:50:49

In reply to Re: Please be sensitive Squiggles, posted by Squiggles on June 28, 2007, at 15:20:24

> Can't my grown up brother do anything without
> consulting his Therapy Mommy for permission?
> Good grief -- do people every grow up? He's
> 52 and has all the priviliges in the world.
> The rest of the world is struggling with disease,
> poverty, malnutrition, violence, lack of medical care and equipment, slavery and abuse.
> The New Age therapist takes enough cash to support the medical expenses of a kid with malaria in Uganda for a year, in just 2 hours of soap opera chatting. And if the patient is
> flattered enough, will keep taking even when the
> problems have disappeared.
> There is much inequity in the world.
> Squiggles

**Sorry you been burned somehow squiggles :-(
Not all problems are visible...

*And we all make our own choices...*

and I agree AND disagree w/you.

I felt a little disturbed when I read this post, specially on this particular board, on this particular thread. But I understand that it comes most likely from some pain within yourself, and I'm sorry for that.
Pain is pain is pain is pain is pain.
Just IS.
Maybe if you want to discuss the merits of T squiggles, you can do so by starting a diff thread? As this is meant to be a camp comfort thread. A comforting place to be. A place of peacefulness away from the conflict of our lives... You are welcome to come join us, but please keep it pleasant here.
Take care,




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