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Jan 07, 2008

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snape

I wish this went in a bit more depth or a bit different direction. There is in my opinion a modern dis-ease that inflicts many fine minds. That is that we are so habituated to seeking that which we do not have that we don't ever get to enjoy what we do have. A variant is always putting off to "when I can afford it" doing what we hold most dear. Both are of necessity never being centered and fully presented.

Michael W. Kruse

"...we are so habituated to seeking that which we do not have that we don't ever get to enjoy what we do have."

Amen! Thanks.

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