2 thoughts on “Another Way to Look at Our Flaws and Ourselves

  • May 16, 2018 at 10:48 am

    Hmmm yes well fine I can forgive myself for not knowing that I was PTSD’d and being a highly strung batty fruitcake for years, which thoroughly screwed up my life and then going to work on myself to remap my cognitive apps, which uncovered a very laid back easy going…and Hmm yes eccentric creative person..
    Fruitcake, even with peel carefully removed, is still fruitcake I guess ..
    However, I have found that many Madame Tickboxers still have intent to want to change me, thus creating the suspicion of a lie that they’d already found me attractive enough as I was in the first place.
    Ah more of the plus ca change c’est le meme chose…and no thank you…

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  • May 21, 2018 at 8:39 pm

    I tend to look back at my life in periods, usually critically and with shame at my mistakes. I think I will try looking back at my life in chapters, with me as the interesting, flawed central character.
    Than you for this insight.

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