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Mulder

Fragments

This morning I found a couple of bits and pieces intended for future journal entries. Their context is lost to me since their writing, but it's interesting to stumble upon them nonetheless.

From 10 October 2006:
We are all too willing to make choices that aren't available in order to avoid the choices we must eventually face.

From 14 October 2006:
Not everyone wants to be well. The gospels don't record Jesus getting bogged in trying to make anyone want that. He doesn't shut anyone out, but He does move on. Perhaps that's part of recognizing the dignity of others' free will. I get frustrated when people don't seem to want to be well, but maybe I need to learn to let that go and move on.

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Your October 10th observance fits me to a tee... tea... T.
We are all too willing to make choices that aren't available in order to avoid the choices we must eventually face.

All too true.
I can't believe the number of those I've met on LJ alone who want me to think they want to be well (and probably believe it themselves), but really don't. They are the most frustrating and time-wasting of all.
Are you sure that you didn't expound upon these? I am certain that I heard ponderings from someone or another on the second item last year, and it seems logical that it would be you....
Oh, I'm not sure at all. These are pretty regular themes for me, so I wouldn't be a bit surprised if they came out in one form or another. Besides which, I don't have all that much new material (reading back over past entries provides me with ready proof of that).