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For some reason, individuals of a certain type seem to be gravitating toward me.
I have just about had it with listening to sad stories, pleas for redemption and promises to do better next time. It’s not just me, either. It’s just my turn, and we all get one. I should practice saying no and walking away. It might be tough to master at first, but I’ll get the hang of it. Even celebrities are entitled to decide who they want to be a fan, and who they don’t.
I have the power whether I wield it or not. I can let go without losing a thing.
Most of us operate from a narrower frame of reference than that of which we are capable, failing to transcend the influence of our particular culture, our particular set of parents and our particular childhood experience upon our understanding. It is no wonder then, that the world of humanity is so full of conflict. We have a situation in which human beings, who must deal with each other, have vastly different views as to the nature of reality, yet each one believes his or her own view to be correct one since it is based on the microcosm of personal experience. And to make matters worse, most of us are not even fully aware of our own world views, much less the uniqueness of the experience from which they are derived.
We are indeed like the proverbial blind men, each in touch with only his particular piece of the elephant yet each claiming to know the nature of the whole beast. So we squabble over our different microcosmic world views, and all wars are holy wars.
—M. Scott Peck M.D.