Hi Mayka,

I hope this helps to clarify.

You wrote:
>Third Paragraph; (I've copied everything here because I don't see 
>this in the same way as you do)

Jody wrote:
> Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we are here we 
> might
> > aswell dance.

I wrote:
> Again, by hoping for something in the future or for some other 
situation different to what we have now, we never truly face this 
moment and learn to accept what we have. Why should the taxi-driver 
be feeling that the old woman's life is somehow terribly sad and that 
he was her knight in shining armour? Maybe she felt she had a good, 
long life and now was her time to say goodbye to this life. Should we 
feel sorry for Muhammed Ali because he has Parkinsons disease? Or 
that that Jody is blind? How do we know that they haven't embraced 
and accepted what life has dealt them? When we become sentimental we 
tend to see the world, and the people in it, the way we think it 
>should be and not how it actually is."



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