Ten years

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Re: 50 years of regret-don't look back

Postby MagsJ » Sat Aug 18, 2018 4:32 pm

Meno_ wrote:And guilt I feel for closing on this elegy on loss, some say never look back with regret, par example, the half century that only now to mind,

So I double down, and then double again, from an impoverished .minimum, the least of which is that:
the threshold of a curious whom-to the only opportune payback , is its reflexive possibility: the awe generating the greatful humility: in the face off.

Irreversible occurrences..
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With some professionally-suitable CBT/physio program, to help me cope with and ultimately accept my chronic illness, I have ceased grieving for the old me.. and with it, the past.

My little buddy will always be in my heart, but not necessarily my mind.
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Re: Ten years

Postby Meno_ » Tue Aug 21, 2018 2:00 am

For me heart and mind are unluck have it, are irrevocably interconnected and sometimes even change polarity.
Tried CBT and it does help periodically.
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Re: Ten years

Postby MagsJ » Sun Sep 02, 2018 6:13 pm

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Meno_ wrote:For me heart and mind are unluck have it, are irrevocably interconnected and sometimes even change polarity.
Tried CBT and it does help periodically.

For me.. it's heart and gut that are irrevocably interconnected. We are all wired differently, or become re-wired, through profound eventful impacts on our life.. these re-wirings can be rectified, you know?

I have recently (in the last year) been having thoughts I've never had before, and cannot decide whether they are due to age, triggered by a chronic illness, or are simply a natural occurrence in the development of the individual human psyche. :-k but I am glad that they are becoming less, and I, more myself again.
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Re: Ten years

Postby Fixed Cross » Mon Sep 03, 2018 1:37 pm

Ten years is nothing for mourning.
I've learned that too.
Twenty years is something though, it is beginning to appear.

Thanks for the poem.
Before the Light - Tree of Life
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