Replying to LO24259 --
>In exploring your thoughts and permutations, a single analogy keeps
>flashing through my mind: "afferent" and "efferent" nerves, which depend
>upon embedded neurological programming to determine the perception of, and
>response to, a given stimulus. This, in turn, brings to mind the quote
>Dr. Covey uses (but can't recall the source of): "Between stimulus and
>response, there is a space. In that space lies our freedom and power to
>choose our response. In those choices lie our growth and happiness."
Covey is quoting from Viktor Frankl's book, *Man's Search for Meaning*
Frankl survived Nazi concentration camps and, based on his experiences
before and during this time, developed a psychotherapy that he called
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