--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <authfriend@...> wrote: > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "RoryGoff" <rorygoff@> wrote: > > > > No, it's not too late, Judy; thank you; I much appreciate it. Yes, part of > > me did get a kick out it all, and it was blissful -- and then my physiology > > got a KICK out of it all on a whole new level! :-D > > > > You are quite right about my projecting an invulnerability; that is indeed > > a part of me, but (obviously) not the whole me. Some election results from > > outlying precincts come in a bit later, particularly where my body is > > concerned, and as I have found, they can be devastatingly uncompromising. I > > went to sleep that night with subtle pyrotechnics in the heart, and awoke > > at 5 with the full-on physical symptoms. But I will try to be more attuned > > faster to the outlying results and reflect a more immediately nuanced > > response in the future. > > > > I remember your supportive comments as well, of course. You are right, I > > have no impulse to go back and look, but if memory serves (which it may > > not), the "Bullcrap" seemed to be in response to my saying something like, > > what I say is not that important; what is important is the energetic > > connection, meaning the healing or assimilation that takes place in me (as > > a result of an interaction). Does that sound about right? > > Nope. Here it is (#352913): > > ======= > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "RoryGoff" <rorygoff@> wrote: > (snip) > > I am sorry if this sounds odd; it has been a sore spot with > > me for some time, some of these wavicles of Us who claim they > > want us and then fight us tooth and nail when we try to bring > > them home! > > Try to imagine how painful it is for these wavicles to > be told we're resisting enlightenment. > > > For some of us it can be quite a painful dance for a while. > > Ever think perhaps your attempts to draw them into that dance > is doing more harm than good? > > > But understandable, seeing as they may deep-down see Us as > > death... > > Bullcrap, Rory.
Ah, right, thank you, Judy! To which I responded something like "I said *may* as that was my experience. Yours may be something entirely different." And again, to clarify, I reiterate that I was not thinking about you when I wrote this post, but myself and another FFL member, long ago, who did appear to do that push-pull routine. I don't really see you as claiming to want me (or "enlightenment" -- whatever that may be), nor as fighting me (or "enlightenment" or whatever) tooth and nail. From my point of view, you're fine; there's nothing to "fix".