--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Ann" wrote: > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "seventhray27" wrote: > > > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Xenophaneros Anartaxius" wrote: > > > > snip > > > Something must be wrong in the approach, understanding, or technology. > > > > > All those fancy words and analysis on ones side, (as well as as some > > not so subtle condescending remarks previously), and the person Share on > > the other, and I'll take the person Share anytime. > > > > That is, a person who seems happy, optimistic, very realistic and > > grounded. > > Then, if that is the case, why this forever searching for the next better technique, the continual need for healing, guidance and advice?
To rephrase: someone continually looking for greater insight into themselves, and wishing to bring into greater balance, unresolved issues. Last I checked, that is a lifelong process, and one that more people would benefit from if it were made a greater priority. That is not grounded, possibly not content (happy), I would say yes to the optimistic ( surely the next healer will be able to help me), Again, I'm afraid you miss the mark. There is no desperation there. Just a desire to deepen one's understanding about themselves and their environment. (both near and far) negative on the realistic (I will find the answer when I try solution #100). I think that covers it. But I might be convinced if you want to give some examples, especially of the "grounded" part. Share? You mean one who expresses herself well, captures nuance in a remarkable way, and whose relationships with friends, family and community seem quite balanced. > > As far Matthew, mainstream, I liked your comments. Caveat emptor. > > Whew, we have less in common all the time Steve. if you are referring to my comment about Matthew (whatever his last name is), what is it that you find at odds with my comment? Do you feel he should be censored? It seems to me that all I said, was that the man should be able to speak his peace. Is that offensive?