Replying to LO24682 --
>>I am very grateful for the clues you
>>gave on inertia stemming from rote knowledge and rote belief.
>Bear in mind that I am a fool for articulating certain things which you
>wisely keep tacit. You said that I gave you the clues. Wisdom is that
>tacit knowledge (intuition, gut feeling) -- and not I -- provides the
New formulation for what I had in mind:
What you wrote on inertia stemming from rote knowledge and rote belief
stirred like a spoon in the usually inert soup of my experiences. The
bubbles coming up from this stirring make me question seriously the
inscription of the spoon: "beware rote ###".
Thank you for your additional stirring. I see the inscription much clearer
now. The temptation for RMB is high, especially in mentally unsecure
environment. In this environment RMB is easily justified, as I have tried.
Now I see that the message of Easter is that nothing can be lost by AMB -
independent of how destructive the environment may be. RMB is a disease,
but I am not yet ready to be cured, just give me a little more reversible
time... yet I am still loved and feel blessed, thanks for the miracle.
Not entering the black hole: is this the core of resistance to change?
Where is the loving (as opposed to demanding) kick in the ass I cannot
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